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FORD P68 (F3L) Alan Mann Racing Team (LDD) . More pictures added . Anyone has a better idea for a brickcount in LDD? No words, at least, not much :-) I finished this LDD, thought it was well. I didn't add that much detail, 'cause I'm not good at it. Features opening doors, removable rear and... er... the wheels turn? Enjoy, and please rate and comment. This an entry for the 'Classic Race Teams' Group , please look at the magnificent work of the other group members. I was asked by the great Mortalswordsman to join his team : 'Alan Mann Ford'. Please go look after his entry : Alan Mann transporter Also go watch our other teammember Austin Nomorinfo and his 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe Door open: Opening hood: The engine, not the same as in real, but I had only one picture to work with, and less talent then needed. The interior, not much detail, but don't expect a navigation system and dolby surround. A view from behind the steering wheel. mmmm... What would I want to race this car. (at a slow paste, as it was never good on road-holding). You can also see the little antenna's. Couldn't do it in LDD, but there has to be a small tube attached, to make the window borders. The car has exactly 1007 parts... ...if you try to make a scene in LDD, as I tried, the program is quickly overloaded (the piece of road I made is again 1000 bricks) Thanks for watching!!!


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