Hello There! It's time for the classic blue to make its comeback, this time in a rather agressive shape. Rawr.
About this creation
This is a Prowler. For the ones who don't know, it's Sam The First's own brand, currently with a 6-model portfolio and one of the remaining plastic supercar makers on the market whose still gives us life signs. Packed with an elegant design and competent, well-built engines, Prowler has been awarded with the *insert some unknown prize that seems important* when the latest model, Python, was launched.
Seriously, important prize.
So after a few studies on the maker's designs, here we are with my idea of shaking the invented car scenario with a plot twist: I built a Prowler, not him. And he made a Tonagari, not me. Brazilian expression that fits here: xablau.
So, without further ado, let's move to the project. Two months on it. I'm very happy with the results. For the first time ever the steering wheel does work in a closed-wheeled car of mine. For the first time ever I'm able to put a decent lateral shaping in my car, much better than a younger time.
And Sam, this is for you. Really hope you like it.
...And this is it.
If you wish so, feel free to leave your thoughts on the comments section below.
Thanks for seeing and have a nice day! :)
Now I have all the pictures I'll leave a proper comment. I loove this. THe write up is brilliant, way better than mine of Flickr haha. The exterior is gorgeous, that front end design is stunning and really does look like something I'd try to make. If I were to be picky, I'd say I'm not a fan of the square splitter (not easy to fix) and the length front the back of the cab to the end of the car, the "boot" is a little too long. But that's that's the only negative thing I could say about this thing. :D THe interior has some genius solutions in it, and you've really captured my style, especially with the 1x2 slopes. Like my model, the engine is possible more your building style than Prowler's style, but that is definitely a good thing - it's so intricate and gorgeous! And the details are stunning. And the way everything opens is perfect! Love this thing and the though put into it, thank you for the idea. I shall make the MOCpage on mine soon!