, 2023-01-21 11:30:06,
The Lego Group
Long before Minifigures, Star Wars sets, movies, theme parks, or even injection-molded plastic, there were cars. Vehicles have been core to Lego since before the brand from Billund, Denmark, became synonymous with bright bricks the world over. Back in 1932, Lego’s founder, Ole Kirk Christiansen, made wood versions of utilitarian vehicles such as fire trucks, trains, and pickup trucks years before he invested in an injection-molding machine—and changed toys forever. When it comes to cars, few brands spark excitement in kids and adults like Ferrari. Lego’s first Ferrari came out in 1998, a year before the first Star Wars–branded toy, and the relationship with the prancing horse has marched on ever since. From the most basic Duplo sets aimed at toddlers to lust-worthy models it would take adults a long weekend to complete, Lego has replicated some of Ferrari’s most impressive machines, from inside to out. This is every Ferrari set Lego has produced.
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Ferrari Formula 1 Racing Car
Release date: 1998
While it bears the prancing horse stickers, the first Ferrari that Lego produced, in 1998, was a collaboration with Shell and sold at local gas stations. Shell…
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