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Old 11-05-2008, 01:09 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Jay2TheRescue View Post
I agree. If that design was made with modern materials, powertrain, and manufacturing methods it would probably be a lot lighter, and more fuel efficient. If made now it probably wouldn't be too bad. I especially like the front & rear blocked wheelwells. It almost looks like the car is floating.

Yea, the metal is probably 1/4 inch thick. The engine is probably a v12 or at the least a big ol monster streight 8 under that football field long hood. They made some very large motors back then.

Make the body out of carbon fiber and solar panels and shorten the hood a little, downsize the thing a little without trashing the looks and aerodynamics. Mod the cockpit to resemble those on a fighter plane for better aerodynamics. Then you could just fly it over any traffic jam and you'd never have to stop until you got where you were going.......haha

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