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#2 Ferrari 312 P(b) . This is it, after making a lot of different real cars, I had to make a Ferrari. And not a common Ferrari, I have to say. This car was one of the best phototypes ever made by the prancing horse manufacturer. Ladies and gentleman, welcome back to my last creation, the 1971 #2 Ferrari 312 P(b): . Overall view: Front, that I think it's not that great: Side: Rear: The doors, like most racing cars... Open in scissor style: And what a "fat" door! Interior: Seat: Moving pedals: Smooth base: Pilot view: As always, not only the doors open... The trunk opens too: Engine! Engine²! Detail! Detail²! And this is a feature that I've never seen in other cars... Not only the trunk lid is removable, but the doors go togheter! Well, not much to say here... The lid. The car without the covers: Another angle: oh, that beautiful rear... Details! Those wings... Door intakes: Mirror: Frontal vent... Headlights: Top view: Base view: Random pics: The real car: Thanks for your attention! Can I have your feedback?


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