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Old 02-04-2007, 12:04 AM   #1
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Caterham Super Seven

This car was originally built by Lotus as the 'Seven' in the middle of the last century. Caterham was their main dealer, and when Lotus stopped making them, Caterham took over and started building them under licence. They continue to this day.


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Nice!
pretty detailed.
but erhm.. why the holes in the tires, and you seem to have a pretty strange windshield material..:P
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Some slicks have little 5mm deep holes in them, I think it's a marker for when they're worn (as you can't tell otherwise). The windscreen goes funny when there is 'nothing' on the other side, unfortunately it was the last thing to render!!
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Car looks great! I really like the amount of detail . Good work
Nothing much to crit.
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Old 02-04-2007, 06:30 AM   #8
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I love the caterham. Great model aswell! Although, imo I wouldn't have made that muffler so wide.
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Forgot the one with the roof! Muffler has a heat shield around it!

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mmmm love the block, nice modeling too, looks better with the top down if i do say so myself
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