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Chaparral 2J . Chaparral 2J 0-60mph:--- 0-100mph:--- Top speed:--- Please comment and rate :) . This is a really simple car to make, I just made a shell to fit on the back, and built the bodywork around that. Two huge fans mounted on the back, connected to the engine, and when the rear shell is took off, they stay in place like the real thing. The scizzor doors open. The interior is hard to access, and quite cramped. The front is very basic, but looks quite good. I thought the holes with the tyres showing looked cool, even though this was an accident, so I left them how they were. The rear shell removed, to show a detailed 4 cylinder engine. Apologies, again, for the blurry pictures. The huge shell removed from the back of the car, is qite heavy compared to the rest of the car. A small portion of the body work stays where it is, when the engine cover is took off, like the real thing. This picture reminds me of a go-kart! A distant view of the engine. Aerial view of the car, the interior is really basic, I don't know if this is like the real 2J's interior, but it looks alright and fits in with the car. This picture makes it look like it has teeth.


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