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5-wide family saloon . A simple, 5-wide saloon. . Hi guys, thanks for the great comments on my Ferrari. Now to a whole different scale. This is my first 5-wide, a normal family saloon in 5-wide. I came up with this in quite a funny way. I was bored at the airport gate, I had nothing to do and my camera had bad zoom and didn't want to focus so I could not do any planespotting. I was just staring at the ramp, and suddenly I just saw this little yellow Toyota going VERY fast over the runway. I thought: "I'll build that." So I got out my laptop, started LDD and got building. I was actually planning to build it like an aiport vehicle chequered black and yellow, and with an orange siren. However, that one will be posted soon too. I used some of Alex B's technique here, except I lowered the the curve, used a longer curve and added cheeze slopes with air intakes. Credit to Alex B for that. Pretty simple, this car. I used quite a bit of Sven Jagdmann's interior, credit goes to him, and to Starscream Soundwave for the steerign wheel.

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