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Watch this Lego Ferrari F40 come together in under a minute

Too busy to put more than 1,000 pieces together on your own? That's what the Internet is for.

By December 11, 2015


Lego rolls out '80s-tastic Ferrari F40 with removable 'V-8 engine'

The latest in the Lego Creator series is a classic Ferrari from the days of Jordache jeans, perms and Cyndi Lauper's debut.

By June 25, 2015


Ferrari F40: Analogue animal

The Ferrari F40 was born to race. John Pogson, an F40 expert and former racer, takes a couple of these Maranello monsters out on the track for some old-school fun.

September 15, 2014


The Liberty Walk Ferrari F40: Is it OK to modify a legend?

For some the Ferrari F40 is a deity on wheels -- its perfect lines, stunning engine, and blistering performance can't be bettered. For others it's a blank canvas to be tinkered with.

By September 25, 2013


Ferrari F40: Can you improve on perfection?

All Ferrari F40s were red but in the hands of some owners that wasn't to stay the case. We take a look, and listen, to what can be done when you think you can do better than the Italian masters.

September 25, 2013


Lee Iacocca's Ferrari F40 headed to auction

A 1991 Ferrari F40, built specifically for Lee Iacocca during his tenure as chief executive of Chrysler, will be auctioned off Friday, January 20, through RM Auctions.

By January 17, 2012


Lee Iacocca's 1991 Ferrari F40 could be yours

A unique 1991 Ferrari F40, built specifically for Lee Iacocca and with only 300 miles on the odometer, will be auctioned Friday, January 20, through RM Auctions.

8 Images By January 17, 2012


Fujifilm F40fd

We take a look at the Fujifilm F40fd here at CES 2007. This digital camera has face-detection technology that is sure to improve the photos of amateur shooters.

May 22, 2008


Fujifilm FinePix F40fd: Pub cam

The compact FinePix F40fd has low-light capabilities and features such as face recognition and image stabilisation that make it ideal for shooting your debauched nights out

By June 19, 2007


Short Take: IBM cuts server prices

IBM cut prices today on its mid-range and lower-end RS/6000 Unix-based servers as much as 30 percent. The systems are targeted for applications such as e-commerce Web page delivery or enterprise resource planning. An RS/6000 F50 with a single 166-MHz PowerPC chip was cut 30 percent from $19,900 to $13,900; An RS/6000 F40 with a single 233-MHz PowerPC chip was cut 29 percent from $13,995 to $9,900.

By February 9, 1999