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Upgrading an obscure casting (again)

Oops,I’m afraid this has become a new habit. I’m working harder on pegwarmers. But, oh well, it’s just as fun so why not.

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This time it’s the Mach Speeder. Sounds familiar? Not? I won’t blame you. It’s not a Datsun 510, or’55 Gasser. I chose it because of its sleek aircraft-like design. Kinda looks like a B-2 bomber from the side.

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Custom parts include wide fenders, front splitter, rear diffuser, deep dish wheels, and a new tail, inspired by the Porsche 917LH.

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And finished it off with this Hand-painted graphics, by yours truly.

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Alright,NEXT!!

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