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Crazy Horse . A supercharged twin V8 1965 Ford Mustang Hard Top (I'll bet that's the first time you've heard those words in the same sentence). My first large scale, based on a real car that isn't a movie car... CRAZY HORSE! PS. The main pic is the final front end design, I had to employ new techniques to get it looking as close to the Mustang's as possible . ... the view from the driver's seat... nice ... the rear end was a real pain to do, but, I finally got it looking like a Mustang's ... I played with a lot of pipe configurations before settling with this one ... originally the pipes were just going to be straight down the side of the car, but I opted for leg pipes so the doors could open ... the petrol cap is a bit big but there isn't a 1.5 diameter round plate ... from the side it appears to only have one engine ... surprise!! It has two. I didn't want to have the engines end-to-end, that would've made the front riddiculously long, my only option was to have them side-by-side. ... I tried to make it look as realistic as possible. To make this creation even remotely possible in reality, things like the batteries, fuel & water pumps etc, would have to moved to the boot. ... I chopped the roof by so much I had to take the head rests of the seats ... making the engines fit was a tough job, originally this was going to be a Mustang hot rod with no front panels at all. I gave the engines yellow accents to differentiate them from the red of the car ... inspiration? No inspiration, just wondered if it could be done. I was planning to build a twin engine car, then I started thinking of a name (Crazy Horse), and thought of cars that were named after horses


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