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Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder LP560-4 Performante (with folding roof) . Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder LP560-4 Performante (with folding roof) Tops Speed: 201mph 0-60mph: 3.8 seconds 0-100mph: 6.8 seconds Please comment and rate. :) . I would say this is my best model yet, It is certainly different to anything else I have ver made. I Never thought I would at least try to makle a gallardo, because the front in quite complicated. But here it is, halfway through, I converted it to a performante, after deciding I wanted to do one with a functioning roof. (it was going to be a superleggera) I made a different style of back at first, but i wasn't happy with it. So i printed some pictures off of Firas Abu Jaber's model, and try to incorperate some of his design into it. The Italian flag colours on the rear deck. The trunk open, it opens really wide, but there isn't much room for things inside it. The doors open. One of the doors don't shut properly, I have tried putting tiles over it to hold it in place over night, but nothing works. The open doors from the back, Thgis is my first model ever to have a different colour on the inside of the doors! This is how the roof functiuons... I have double hinged the engine cover on the back, so it opens more realistically. The back end of the engine cover pops up slightly... ...and slides backwards, and upwards. The space where the roof fits into. I was going to make an engine in here, but I am now on a shortage of parts due to this car, and decided it probably wouldn't look too good if I had done. An overall view of the car, with the roof down. I am very happy with the interior, it is inspired by the real car's, and has some complicated angles to it. I am suprised I managed to fit it in. The head rest on the seats features a Lamborghini logo. The whole of the car open, and the roof stowed away. The roof folded down. The lights, with the trunk open. The lights, with the trunk closed. The agrressive front, note: the two tiles at an angle are wedged in. This car actually steers! (like all my other cars) I decided to remove some of the body work to show you how it works. I have removed the engine cover to show the double hinge. These are the hinges I use for all my convertible cars. Here I have compared it to a 1/64 How wheels Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Superleggera.


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