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Bugatti EB110 GT . '91 Bugatti EB110 GT, built for the 'Speed Champions Building Contest 2017' in 7-wide. I hope the car will be allowed, because the standard width for Speed Champions cars is 6-wide. . Link to the contest: Speed Champions Building Contest 2017 The Bugatti EB 110 was a mid-engine sports car produced by Bugatti Automobili S.p.A. from 1991 to 1995, when the company went bankrupt. It was the only production model made by Romano Artioli's Italian incarnation of Bugatti. Performance: 0–80 km/h (50 mph): 2.6 s 0–100 km/h (62 mph): 3.6 s 0–140 km/h (87 mph): 6.5 s 0–180 km/h (112 mph): 10.8 s 0–200 km/h (124 mph): 14.0 s Standing kilometre: 21.3 s Top speed: 336 km/h (209 mph) (Source Wikipedia) The mirrors should be blue, instead of black, but due to a lack of appropriate parts they will have to do the job. (Yeah, they are made from carbon) I like how the side-profile turned out! The rear was tricky to get to look right... The blue tile on the roof looks a little bit out of place from certain angels. But, since I didn´t want use a custom sticker there and keep the car as purist as possible, the blue tile will have to do the job recreating that part of the roof. The following pictures show the car with its spoiler extended: Engine intakes, just like on the real one! Something engine-ish, I managed to squeeze inside. Here, a better view. Of course, it does fit a minifig. Side intake can be opened, unfortunately the window behind it - not. Oh well... The roof sits a little tight then, but it works. Bonus pic with some other SC creations from me, to show that it's not too much off scale: Ferrari 275GTB and (Improved) Peugeot Quasar.

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