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Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/2 Daytona . A purty old Alfa... with a V8. And many functions. Most of them completely useless and barely noticable, but nevertheless there. . Here's a view of some red. Lots of red in this, you see. Quite a lot, to be honest. Maybe even a bit too much.... ...Nah. You can never have too much red, can you? The other side, now with real other side "I-forgot-the-white-circles-with-the-numbers-in-them,-this-happens-entirely-too-often" action. Aerial view! And now for a pointless demonstration of the steering. Last week I tested it out and it turns out that a lorry carrying a lorry carrying a sports car has a better turning radius than this thing. See what I mean? But let's move on... to the back, with it's many vents. Maybe it'd be better to call it a giant vent with a small bit of sheet metal? Another artsy shot before I become very serious. One last shot of the headlights. Rather adorable, this car. The real model didn't seem to have any doors, so I added some anyway. Could've left it door-less, it'd have been easier, but that's not how we do things in America. Oh wait....=/ The cockpit, with more than enough dials and gauges and knobs. Some seats. With real seating action, I tried 'em out and they're rather comfy. =P Hark! A cheesy and blatantly useless photograph! Call in the Sarcasm Detector! Never fear, the whole back does open with a bit of wriggling and effort. Those intake bits don't make it easy. Here's the engine. The intake cones should be plain grey, but I only have 2 in plain grey. So this model has 'em in plain gold. *Sarcasm detector sighs disgruntledly* Another handy feature... this thing. Don't know what to call it. Another shot of the V8, with its gilded goblets. A good time to point out this thing has rear trailing arm suspension! Removing the front panel provides access to the brilliant steering system. Have you ever seen such technic mastery? *Sarcasm detector explodes* It even comes with something an abstract artist would call a lawn chair. Just in case you were wondering about the display stand... thar she blows! here's another picture of it. Thanks for stopping by! Oh, and also, this is all Ape Fight's fault.


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