Attention tech-heads, here’s one for you. If you like CAD drawings, stress-tests, loading simulations, suspension pickup point design, and a whole bunch of other stuff that’s way over my head, then you’ll enjoy this build. This is one mans quest to design and build his own mid-mounted turbo LS1 powered track car over in Germany, reminding me a bit of the previously featured Bentley Speed 8 replica build.
Thanks to James from carthrottle.com for submitting.
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Every now and then I like to change it up completely on you guys, just to break the chain of the drift/race cars, engine conversions, and uber cool tig welding shots that we all love so much. Whether it be a left-of-field car, a trike, or even something electric powered, a bit of variety keeps things fresh. Well, today I’m really gonna change it up! Jake emailed me a link to this build a while back, and to be honest I didn’t know what to expect when I saw the title, but a quick browse of the first page had me hooked.
An ex-military truck converted into a camper van? Yeah, I think that qualifies as “different”.
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Finally back to our regular programming. RC submitted this one a while ago, a Factory Five AC Cobra replica built by some of the team at SolidWorks. I love seeing 3D CAD work in some of the more big-dollar builds, so it’s great to see the people behind the software building something for themselves. When I say ‘for themselves’ I should really say ‘by themselves’, as the car will be auctioned off with the proceeds going to charity. Teamwork, a cool car, and a good cause, all that good karma should spare them from any speeding tickets.
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