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Evolution of an American Classic . These are the 20 versions I built of the Cobra until I got the "final" version 2.0. . I tried a lot of different shapes for the Cobra, especially for the curves on the side. It was rather tricky, so I tried a lot of different versions. In the first models I tried a 2x1 log brick as air intake in the front, but it was too high to get a curved shape for the front hood. I built 15 versions until I got V1.0. Update April 21, 2012: Later I decided to shorten the wheelbase by one brick and tried out some more designs for the front and the rear end. Finally I found my version 2.0 of the 4-wide Shelby Cobra. That's the best feature of LDD for me: You can built as many versions as you like, keep all of them and never get out of bricks :-))

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