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Oldtimer retro luxury sportscar 2 . this is my second oldtimer sportscar, but now a lot bigger and it have powerfunctions. I hope you like it. . It's autum, but I have made this beautiful oldtimer/morgan looking roadster. It has a gigantic 14 litre V16 witch works with a powerfunction motor. The front lights work a have a sort a bleuish looking tint like bi-xenon lights. This is the best car I have made. It is made of more than 1300 bricks. I hope you'll like it. For more pictures click here . Or click brickshelf . This is my favourite part of the car. It has working front lights, that have a bleuish tint, like bi-xenon lights. with roof Bird view bird view with roof This is the side view as roadster. Look at the huge wheels. This is the luxious interior. It has satnav, six-speed automatic with sequal peddles on the steering wheel, it has airco, leather seats, etc. This is the rear of the car, look at the big exhaust pipes and the diffiuosor (I don't know how to spel it right). Now with trunk open. Bird view of the rear side. Now with roof This is another view of the side, but now with the roof on. This is the huge working V16 piston engine. Detail view of how the battery is integrated inside the car. Detail view of how the electric pf-motor is integrated inside the car and how it let the engine work. View of how the lights look like in the dark. I'll hope you'd enjoyed it.

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