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Hi Guys,

Some pictures of one of our firsts adaptations....Porsche 356 Speedster....

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Best regards,
Francesc
 

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nice conversion, but the front tires should be under the body as well. A driver figure would stop it from being a ghost car

great conversion of the wheel caps!
 

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QUOTE Maybe it is the angles, but there seems to be a lot of the (hard to miss) chassis showing?

Completely agree with you.....but as a manufacturer we like to see our product...
 

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QUOTE nice conversion, but the front tires should be under the body as well. A driver figure would stop it from being a ghost car
great conversion of the wheel caps!

Peter,

Agree with you...it was one of our firsts conversions...
 

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You,ve got the chassis as low as it can go, superb simple design, i bet it goes really well with that low COG. Its up to your customers how low they want the body to sit on your chassis. Lovely well thought out design. john
 

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Is it up to them though? Can the front wheels go in any further for example, or are they as close to the chassis as they can go already?
 

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QUOTE You,ve got the chassis as low as it can go, superb simple design, i bet it goes really well with that low COG. Its up to your customers how low they want the body to sit on your chassis. Lovely well thought out design. john

John ! for your comments..
 

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QUOTE Is it up to them though? Can the front wheels go in any further for example, or are they as close to the chassis as they can go already?

They are to close to the body and they can touch it...
 
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