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ci maximum: The ci maximum is ci racing’s GT1 class aircar. It goes really fast.

Inspiration for the shape was the Toyota Supra Esso Ultraflow. Thanks to everyone who encouraged and/or threatened me to finish this. I’m really happy with the build.

The last three pics are new, showing its racing attire.


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  June 25, 2006
this looks a bit more like a futuristic sports car. nice work.
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  September 25, 2004
Awesome color scheme you've got going here. You're also getting the modified street-racer Supra style exactly right. The oversized rear wing, the hood scoop, the empty holes on the front bumper (where the fog lights would be on the production car, but they've been removed for racing). I like it!
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  September 24, 2004
Another good 'ol Phillip Paiter design, but Phil (can I call you Phil?) you need to start buiding spaceships again, that's were the talent lays.
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  September 23, 2004
Nice job! Car designs never really appeal to me, but yours had a certain charm!
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  September 23, 2004
Philip, you did it again! Very nice work.
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  September 23, 2004
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