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50's Cruiser . This car was inspired by Vinny Turbo's awesome 5-wides, and by the Cadillacs of the late 50's. For my first attempt at a 5-wide model, I think it turned out pretty cool. I had thought about working in some lowrider-style suspension, (See Dylan Denton's page) but I didn't want to tear up the body to make it fit. But despite the lack of detail, I'm really starting to enjoy building small-scale vehicles. . Update: January 11th, 2010. I'm just playing around with the lowrider suspension idea. Okay, so it fits into the front just fine, thanks to the angled fenders. It's the back that's giving me trouble. While the construction isn't quite the same as Dylan's, it works the same way. Pretty cool, huh? *SCREEEEEEEEECH* Can you do this, Megabloks?


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