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2013 Aston Martin V8 Vantage . The Vantage is a sports car produced by the British company Aston Martin. The newest version comes in a V8 or V12 version. The 4735 CC V8 engine in the front produces 420 BHP at 7300 RPM. To increase practicability, the Vantage has a hatchback-style rear, and a large trunk. My Lego version doesn't come with a large trunk (most of it was consumed by the suspension system) but does have: -working steering, not connected to steering wheel -working independent suspension, rear wheels only -opening doors, trunk (boot), hood (bonnet) and most importantly, an opening glove box! It also features detailed exterior, interior, and engine. To increase accuracy, the wheelbase is 16.5 studs long, meaning that there is 12.5 studs space between the wheels. . Shame on me for this, but a little free advertising. If you're a fan of LEGO cars, and haven't already done so, please join The Car Builder's Club Also i would appreciate it if you support my friend's Cuusoo project I hope you like it, and have a nice day! :-) Updates Okay so taking some of your suggestions i used cheese slopes over the rear wheel arches: After that i also thought to see if i could use traditional shock absorbers instead of rubber bands. this added a little more space (and a probably better suspension system) to the car:

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