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ZED CORP® Hover racing
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So you want entertainment well here in the ZED CORP® corporate galaxy well have a special kind of racing it involves Hover Cars
About this creation
here is a standard hover racer. it is white so easy to see its is aero-dynamic

The front


the rear with its engines


the boot


Here we have a racer being repaired after a rather nasty game.





please watch out for the soon to be released ZED CORP® Hover racing stadium



Comments

 I made it 
  March 7, 2011
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 MR THORNE;mmm, we need that kind of vehicle, as police cars in GLOBOLOPOLIS! only, we need a closed cockpit, could you provide? i like the complex servicing compartments, very nice!
of course ZED CORP could adjust this into a police car its just the speed would need to be lowed slightly for urban use,after all its is a race car. as long as your police have a nice big budget we will make you a nice fast protected hover car!
 I like it 
  March 6, 2011
MR THORNE;mmm, we need that kind of vehicle, as police cars in GLOBOLOPOLIS! only, we need a closed cockpit, could you provide? i like the complex servicing compartments, very nice!
Hayden .
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A. A. (AKA Noname)
  February 4, 2011
Nice! But I have some advices to you, not related to the build. a. Pay attention to capitalization, grammar and punctuations; it is really annoying to read spelling mistakes, grammar errors, ALL-CAPS text or 'no caps' text. b. Put some paper sheets behind and underneath your creation, so the color of your carpet or the texture of your shirt won't distract us from the creation. c. Set your camera to 'Macro' and no focus (if you don't know how, ask your parents), so the picture won't be blurry. d. Use some strong lamps to avoid to many shadows or a completely dark image (it also enhances the overall quality). e. Use a stand (stack a lot of big books ) and put the camera on it, so the pictures won't be too blurry (holding the camera is too unstable).
 
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