starting to be a fan of the new shaped car, if it will perform like planed, molds from the Coupe will be made to build later a small series of Coupes side by side with the California we will start in spring.
Certainly hope so, it improves the car a great deal.
This is absolutely fascinating - the attention to every tiny detail really shines through in the outcome. Thanks for sharing! Be great to see side by side before & after photos from the same angles when you're finished, if you don't mind
now iam back on the front, have to design the missing items to be able to finish the wanted shape.
For me its a big problem to realize items if iam not able to see in real! So my way to work is allways the same, starting to draw, doing templates to see if it performs or not Normaly it doesnt, some things i have to change a couple of times to get where i want.
Not happy with the hood scoop from the Original, personaly i would like to see a bonnet like the GTO had, anyway...
Thom , is the distance from the mouth to the right hand side air inlet slightly shorter that the left hand side ? i was wondering if the air inlet is low or if the mouth is slightly too far back on the right hand side . i'm sure you have it covered but just in case
made the parts for the front indicator, in real they have to be much smaller , so they don't stick out that much like it was when i got the car, original indicators for the old Ferrari are still available, not that expensive because other Brands like Alfa Romeo and Maserati used them as well.
So parts are ordered to check fitment
Made the inverse shape which is nasty to shape, with a tube made from PVC and the outher part as a trial from foam