Ruf Ctr3 . Now with McPherson strut and Wishbone/bell-crank suspension and only half the calories! .
Hey wait, don't look at this! Or read this caption. No, wait, read the caption but don't look at the photo. Yeah, that's it.
Originally intended to be my first 16-wide technique supercar, I soon realized my gravity-powered crankshaft wouldn't work on a flat-6 supercar. Foiled again. =P
The front still has McPherson strut style suspension and the rear has wishbone axles with a drivetrain(to nowhere! =D)
Upon typing this caption I know realized I forgot to edit out the abyss. You'll just have to master the Fushigi bear with it.
The side, with some vents.
The back, with lots of new "tech". I used the Malte-cheez technique, but by using pneumatic hose instead of flexy bar it reduces the pressure on the mounts. Also, the end bits of cheez can be set at a fancy angle. I'm learnding.
Epic shot. I just need some smoking tires and a highway. I can draw neither =P
Plenty of Opening goodies!
Some engine greeblies.
Google has about 2 pictures of the rear engine bay, and nothing much about the engine itself. So here's a generic flat six.
Spiffy red interior, since I don't have any red cars built currently, the interior is what I can do with a car's-worth of red cheez and jumpers.
Behold, Sir Fancy Dashboard the 3rd!
And the seats, which get no such grand entrance.
Here's some pics of the suspension for the front. Go add it to your MOC's, you know you want to. =P
1x1 antenna, with pneumatic hose covering the stick, the ball of the antenna fits into any technic-pin sized hole like a ball&socket joint. Doesn't fall out, either.
The United States has never lost a war in which mules were used. Fun fact alert.
There are twice as many kangaroos in Australia as there are people. The kangaroo population is estimated at about 40 million.
Edit: And working pop up spoiler.
Thanks for viewing! =)