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Mitsubishi Starion . The famously engrish sports car from the company that brought you such vehicles as the "Fuso" and the Evo X." . Starting out with some views. Like I viewsually do. Le front. The back, which I forgot to double check for accuracy until right about now. *2 minutes later* Erm... its not. Ignore the lack of black paint between the taillights. It's a glitch, really. The roomy trunk, mind you, is no accident. I even reverted to my homemade tiny shocks to free up more space. All the space, all of it! The 4G63 engine, now with real turbo action!* *Real turbo action isn't actually real in any way... sorry. The interior, with seats that desperately need to be redone. Still with the independent gloveboxes, too. A bit of rebuilding is required, but you can have it with the lights...er... lit. Dat exhaust pipe. Moments earlier I thought to myself, "Why did Lego go to the effort of designing a special paint can brick when the flower-pot brick in light grey would've been just as good?" Now we know. I may never doubt Lego again. O_o And it's also worth noting this thing still has full independent suspension and what could pass in a few countries for steering. America is not one of them. Thanks for taking this time out of your busy schedule to visit Chinchilla Motors.


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