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2012 Shelby GT500 Super Snake . And following my last post, yet another car. Shocking stuff, I tell you. Who would've guessed? . So.... yeah. I rummaged up enough white to build a full-size car. I did have to "rent" some brick from the De Tomaso and the VW Bus set, but they'll be returned... soon enough. Also, I found a use for dynamite, attaching the side vents to the C-pillar. A random side view to end the monopoly of my normal routine. The "Overly done and I wish I hand't taken this photo at all" front view. Seriously, nearly EVERY 'Stang ever posted has this view. Now I know exactly what you're thinking, "But RH, if you didn't want to do what everyone else did already, then why'd you build a GT500? There's like... 500 of them!" Because this is a 2012. And also because race car. Dat cheezie side view Dat other nearly as chees slope ridden side view. And suddenly, this Mustang looks different than all the others =P I'm reasonably pleased with the back, except for that neon blue clip that has popped out in the photo. But wait, call with in the next 15 minutes and we'll double the offer! Door open. Everything open! * *Except the trunk, which is too weak to stay open. Behold, the pit of doom! Quiver with fear, for nothing that has ever entered has ever returned! Do you dare look into the dark depths of the PIT of DOOM? No mortal fool has ever ventured into it ever to be seen again. Quake with terror at its, hey wait, don't change the photo yet, NOOOO!!!! I wasn----- Mmmmm V8 superchargered goodness. Fun Fact: It gets 2mpg BETTER than my dad's Toyota 4-Runner. Nuther close up, except I kind of made it to dark. The dashboard, the perfect spot for the new cookie bricks. =P Notice the new dark red interior. I'm just full of new color surprises today... Also notice the gas/brake/clutch pedals, steering wheel, glovebox, shifter, gauges, parking brake, and cup holders. Door handles, and interior trim. Some snazzy editting for the suspension view. It now occurs to me that I usually type up a caption for every photo, something highly unecessary and time-comsuming, so in an effort to save some time, I'll just leave a couple photos un-captioned. I lied, sorry. You can't make me be quiet, I have the power of a computer and a keyboard! =P Flying from London to New York by Concord, due to the time zones crossed, you can arrive 2 hours before you leave. *Your ad here* And now, the chassis Nuther random view Thank you for coming to visit my humble page, and I welcome you to return in the future whenever you wish.

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