Hello everyone! I'm now starting a whole new series of Formula Drift Championship vehicles! I'm starting with one that I had built a while ago. Vaugh Gittin Jr.'s 2010 Ford Mustang GT. It is sponsered with Monster Energy, Falken Tire and Drift Aliance. The one part that is simmilar to his Mustang RTR-X, is the green lights.
But please enjoy!
About this creation
The front. I used the grille on the bottom at first, but I thought I should change that.
The side. It's now much easier to see the "Falken" stripe. It's excactly the same as all of the Team Falken cars have, only except in white. And the black part is supposed to be the Falken Tire logo. Also there is the RTR-X logo on the real one, but I didn't want to add that on.
The rear. Now.... the real one doesn't have the Mustang GT badge. Instead, it has been replaced with intakes.
Rear side. Noticed the K&N logo on the roof?
A close up of the green headlights. I seriously have to say, the SNOT studs really do come in handy for things like this.
The K&N logo. On my first one, I forgot to add it! D'OH! So I deleted the whole roof, except for the windows, and fitted that in.
The Drift Aliance Logo is here on the real one. Also on the RTR-X too! But having it transparent didn't look right to me. So it ended out being white.
Close-up of the Monster Energy logo.
Close-up of the stripe.
The Cars 2 wheels from Finn McMissile and Jeff Gorvette, look exactly like the real one's HRE rims!
Here is how I did the angle. Yes, I did do the drifting pictures on an angle. Not with the camera, but with the car and skid marks. I placed a 1X1 tile underneath the car, on one of the holes, got out the Hinge Tool, then put the car on an angle. Then I cloned the 1X1 4 times and put them close to the wheels, then put on a 1X2 tile for the first mark, a 1X3 for the second, a 1X4 then a 1X6 on the top. Then deleted all of the 1X1's then selected all of the marks then moved them down that one stud.
Well, there is Vaugh Gittin Jr.'s 2010 Ford Mustang GT Falken Tire/Monster Energy drift car! I hope you liked it, and stay tuned for more FDC(Formula Drift Championship) cars, 4-wides, and MORE TRIBUTES!
Next in the series: Ken Gushi's Scion tC