Now with all the class and pizazz of post-war motoring! Or maybe mid-war... it's been awhile since European history.
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The front, with its prominent waterfall grilles and suchlike.
The side, where all the side stuff happens. Some say the side sits here all day, and loafs about at its own leisure. Others note that the side is a busy man, who doesn't have time for such arbitrary speculation. All we know is, its made of blue and much SNOT, quite complicated indeed. Took up all my blue cheese and those 1x2 bow/arch/curve things. The nerve.
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The mighty hood. That can't hold itself up, but nevermind that.
The Inline 8 engine, with twin sparkplugs on each cylinder.
The trunk, immensely roomy for storing all your post-war appliances.
RooOOOOOOoooOoooOoOOOOOOooom!!!! And magnets. Now with real magnet action. Sort of.
The doors, which open despite their awkward location behind the enormous fenders.
The interior! Classy! Action! Drama! Exclamation point!
Now with seating for 7/2 people.
Doesn't look bad as a convertible either.
Still convertible-ing it up. On Main street.
Back to having a roof. Small side note for technical stuff, there is rear suspension. It's independent trailing arms with some magnets on them. the front has steering, but no suspension. The chassis was thrown together in 30 minutes out of dark grey plates I didn't know I had, to surprisingly good affect.
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Thanks for dropping by! (You have no idea how happy I am that this ended on blue. Seriously.)