You know, aside from the roof and those two parts on the rear of the vehicle not meeting together well, the rest of the vehicle looks spot on with a Ferrari Testarossa. No other attempt at one that has been done on MOC Pages, let alone anywhere else, has looked as accurate on that as your model. I hope that you can find a way to bridge that gap somehow, though, but, otherwise, it is a good example of what to do RIGHT with a Ferrari Testarossa. Here is what I mean, sir. Here are some pictures of a real life Ferrari Testarossa. You can find them at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrari_Testarossa , http://jfs24.com/reviews/ferrari-testarossa.html , and http://onlytruecars.com/ferrari-testarossa.html . My suggestion to you, sir, would be to make the roof one stud longer and then replace those 1x2 red flat tiles with the curved ones that are on the end of the roof on the two rear parts that are on the end of the vehicle that are in question, thus (hopefully) giving it that seamless look like a real Ferrari Testarossa. I hope that you understand what I mean now, sir. Finally, I hope that you check out my friend Greg 988 and his work and leave some comments for him and he may also do the same to you in return, Sariel.
Wow, that's amazing! On the thumbnail it looks like a die cast scale model. The wheels and the windscreen from the F40 look great on the TR, too. With the RC function it's one of my absolute favourite Lego models. Great job! :-))
I'm gonna join the "this car looks pretty good actually" chorus. This steering linkage is still quite bewildering to me, never would've thought it's possible to link it to a motor.
Are the pics missing for everyone, or is the error in my apparatus?
This car isnīt ugly, as you say in your video. In my opinion it is one of your best models. I really like it. For its scale it looks very good and the steering and propulsion mechanisms are amazing. Keep it up!