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Ford GT-R race car . . Here is the front of the central "spine" between the contol arms. It extends into the interior and is the center console Here is my 1/9 scale Ford GT-R, the race version of the ford GT. It has a six speed gearbox with reverse, working brakes and working clutch. The interior has a full roll cage. The car was going to be motorized like my R8, but I decided to build on an RC car after I finished it, so this one isn't motorized; however, a motor could be installed in about 5 minutes. I used a new construction technique on the chassis. There is a central "spine" that runs from the front suspension to the gearbox. This spine serves as the center console and as a mounting spot for the front suspension. This greatly increased the strength of the chassis. I also added two large cross members on either end of the floor pans, this adds more strength to the chassis and keeps the floor in place better Update: As Piotr Pilarski pointed out, the front didn't look quite right, so me being a perfectionist, I had to make it look right. Now the car looks much better. Thanks for spotting that! I also revised the chin spoiler as well

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