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66' Shelby Mustang GT 350 race car . This model is my most technically advanced to date, with several features, Steering, suspension (only on rear wheels, as the engine took to much room for me to add it with steering also D:) working rear wheel drive drive train (no gearbox sadly, though my next car might have enough room :)) and working engine (a modified version of Senator Chinchilla's mechanism, (www.flickr.com/photos/88064955@N03/8660326575/in/photostr...) since when i built it i found that if the wheels spun too fast, the pistons would fall out, also because the standard engine mechinism requires too much room for this scale), opening doors, hood, and trunk, and it also has a roll cage :) and all this in an 11 wide car! (due to rendering problems, i added some grey lines to the main pic) . detailed/functional chassis working V8, mechinism by Senator Chinchilla , but i changed a bit of the peices so the pistons don't fly out if you spin the wheels to quickly ;) top everything but the hard to open (on ldd) trunk opened interior rendered pics (using LLD2Povray) , Blackout on Flickr rendered it for me, thanks! (i added custom 'decals', or at least that's what they would be in real) sides with decals side without main pic without decals, and added grey lines, as you see, the white background blends in D: on flickr (i posted it there earlier, click on any but the main pick, and it'll bring you to the pic on Flickr) Rolands (Rolic on Flickr) suggested to try and improve the roof, any better? I hope you like it, and have a good day!


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