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DaveL86

847 posts

57 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
ScottishSamurai said:
You didn't read this thread did you? Mong.
He may not have but I think we need to see some build pictures of this zonda rep he's talking about, sounds like it could one of two ways.... kak or amazing.

Airbag

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3,466 posts

76 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
Dear god, of all the threads to resurrect.

Papa Hotel

12,750 posts

62 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
EnvyDesigns said:
If you are still looking for a zonda replica I have one in the works, the body will be done in two weeks. It is of the zonda cinque coupe, convertible version later on. The donor car is a mercedes s600, only using the v12 out of that and other componets. It's a full tube chasis kit, no hack and slash fiero
I lolled a little then just felt sad. You made me sad. Does making people sad make you happy? Does it fill that void inside you? The void you're trying to fill with a Zonda? A fake Zonda? That will ultimitely leave you feeling sad... just like you've made me feel.

ShadownINja

53,870 posts

162 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
4rephill said:
Looks like the donor car was a Smart Coupe.

dudleybloke

7,769 posts

66 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
what annoys me is if people have the skills to make a replica kit why dont they put their time into creating something original.

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Papa Hotel

12,750 posts

62 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
dudleybloke said:
what annoys me is if people have the skills to make a replica kit why dont they put their time into creating something original.
For the same reason as joiners aren't architects. Skills with tools don't equate to creativity or being clever.

Rocksteadyeddie

7,184 posts

107 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
ShadownINja said:
4rephill said:
Looks like the donor car was a Smart Coupe.
WTF??

ML

123 posts

50 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
EnvyDesigns said:
If you are still looking for a zonda replica I have one in the works, the body will be done in two weeks. It is of the zonda cinque coupe, convertible version later on. The donor car is a mercedes s600, only using the v12 out of that and other componets. It's a full tube chasis kit, no hack and slash fiero
Why? As far as I know the Mercedes is a perfectly good car as it is.

tstain

163 posts

119 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
i never understood why there's not more replicas of concept cars that never made it to production. would be more interesting to see imho.

ShadownINja

53,870 posts

162 months

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Sunday 28th March 2010 quote quote all
EnvyDesigns said:
ShadownINja said:
4rephill said:
Looks like the donor car was a Smart Coupe.
No that thing is ugly.


this is the model that im working with, end result will look excatly like the 3d model.


If you can do that, why not do your own car. Post up some 3d images and let PH help you refine it.

piquetuk

151 posts

64 months

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Monday 29th March 2010 quote quote all
tstain said:
i never understood why there's not more replicas of concept cars that never made it to production. would be more interesting to see imho.
I like your thinking tstain thumbup

Pininfarina Modulo anyone?

Or that Stratos update fom a couple of years ago,

Or the Stratos zero from the '70s.

Edited by piquetuk on Monday 29th March 00:11

tstain

163 posts

119 months

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Monday 29th March 2010 quote quote all
piquetuk said:
tstain said:
i never understood why there's not more replicas of concept cars that never made it to production. would be more interesting to see imho.
I like your thinking tstain thumbup
makes so much sense to me, hell of a lot more street cred than a fake ferrari etc.

Rocksteadyeddie

7,184 posts

107 months

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Monday 29th March 2010 quote quote all
Looks great Envy. Post up some of the photos as you go along.

LukeBird

17,079 posts

89 months

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Monday 29th March 2010 quote quote all
Rocksteadyeddie said:
Looks great Envy. Post up some of the photos as you go along.
+1 If it looks like the 3D one thumbup

Mr Gearchange

4,287 posts

86 months

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Monday 29th March 2010 quote quote all
Please post up some pictures

Rawwr

14,021 posts

114 months

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Tuesday 30th March 2010 quote quote all
It's a bit, you know, penisy.

Luke.

6,280 posts

130 months

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Tuesday 30th March 2010 quote quote all
To be honest, I can't jude very much from that.

Streetrod

5,168 posts

86 months

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Tuesday 30th March 2010 quote quote all
EnvyDesigns said:
here you go, right side rear quarter pannel that was finished cutting today. you can jude for your self on the quality


Is that a model or full size? If it’s full size then expect a law suit to be heading your way soon. Not only are you trying to copy a very exclusive car but one that is still in production. In effect you are steeling and devaluing the Pagani brand. Not clever I think.

As others have said, if you have the skills then have the guts to produce your own design, take inspiration if you will but have some respect for the original



Steff

1,371 posts

143 months

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Tuesday 30th March 2010 quote quote all
ShadownINja said:
Post up some 3d images and let PH help you refine it.
I bet a tenner it ends up looking like this.


Utterpiffle

466 posts

60 months

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Tuesday 30th March 2010 quote quote all
piquetuk said:
...
Or the Stratos zero from the '70s.
Ahem
http://www.andysaunderskustoms.co.uk/car%20-%20lan...



I do like the idea of making replicas of concept cars though, rather than copying something that made it into production. Actually, Andy also restored a concept car from the 50's. Weird looking thing, but a huge amount of work to restore:

http://www.andysaunderskustoms.co.uk/car%20-%20aur...




Edited by Utterpiffle on Tuesday 30th March 08:10

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