Wow, that's cool and really close to the original. The front really looks rather long, but I'd already call the 1x4 bows on the front your "trademark" :-)) If you want to get the front 1 stud shorter you could take a look on Rhys Pieces' 5-wide F40: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/282270 - I used this design for my 4-wide F40 and Testarossa. The whole design is great, I especially like how you changed the width of the different parts. It's like a 4-, 5- and 6-wide model now. Great job! :-))
v Thanks everyone for your concerns.@ Nathanael : Rhys said it best, the slopes indeed have certain limitation, but I think the car's proportion is close to the original.@ Marcus : It's nothing new, really.Other builders have been using iPod on their creations for years.
Awesome Testarossa (I love this rear end very much!), awesome presentation. I thought of using an iPod in a similar way, but you are first ;-) Or is it something usual, and I simply don't know it? Anyway, I like it a lot, there are many great possibilites in this, I think. You combined it ingeniously with the bricks here.
Like Nathanael said, the front looks a stud too long, but you can't fix that without the fenders looking too high. Other than that this is a superb model! Very realistic and great details such as the air intakes. I really like how you increased the width by a stud at the rear too :)
You keep making remarkable accurate cars on this scale! It's so recognizable. Perhaps the only questionable part is the front which looks rather long, but I do not know if that's easy to fix on this scale... Anyway, well done!