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Mitsubishi EVO . Here is my entry for Dan the Man's 8th Car Contest: Japanese Cars. I am very happy the looks of this car. It is certainly not the best on Mocpages but I'm happy with it.
I also built this car 'cause I am a huge fan of it. I just think this is a gorgeous car.
I hope you guys are going to like it. I'm sorry if the pic's are crappy, it is 'cause I use printscreens to take the pic's. . The back with a little diffuser and exhaust pipes at both sides. Here you have a better view of the diffuser. The taillights weren't easy to built, I needed to restart several times. Here you see the exhaust pipes running from the front to the back. Yep, you did see that one right: the 4 doors and the trunk open. The stereo just can't go loud enough, that's why the trunk houses 3 extra large speakers. A zoom on that frontlight. The hood removed. Yes, the owner of this car is just mad about the color yellow. Top view of that engine. The engine removed. Wow they remove a lot off stuff today on this page. You can see the steering system. I think this could work in real life. You will see more pictures on the bottom of the page. Detail shot Haha, here is my insane interior. Here you see a bit of the chassis. The yellow (Again? Yes!) drive shaft. Top view of the steering system. Detail shot. Only the chassis. Picture of the front of the car. It took me 10 versions before I was statisfied with the EVO. Here you see my 1st attempt(right) on the left side you see my 2nd attempt. Here you see the chassis. Because Japanese people love to tune their cars. This is a track version of the EVO. It has a roll cage in it, all the seats removed and the stereo has also been trown out. Only the front doors open. Two huge lights have been added so the driver has better visability at night. Rollcage The 2 EVO's side by side. Thanks for watching and reading this long page. If you have any question/thoughts feel free to comment. I hope you enjoyed it!


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