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WOW, that is Gorgeous. Do you have a copy of the Elise? I plan on sending this to some friends of mine who I think will pick one up for me. :D They are decorating my remodeled garage. :D
 

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WOW, that is Gorgeous. Do you have a copy of the Elise? I plan on sending this to some friends of mine who I think will pick one up for me. :D They are decorating my remodeled garage. :D
Yes,

I can make an Elise version with no Supercharger ect.

Let me know,

Zach
 

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This is really awesome. I would seriously consider purchasing one if it were say... a Chrome Orange Elise ;)

Also, is the drivers hand position is kinda weird to anyone else? Maybe I'm just weird or something, maybe both?
 

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This is really awesome. I would seriously consider purchasing one if it were say... a Chrome Orange Elise ;)

Also, is the drivers hand position is kinda weird to anyone else? Maybe I'm just weird or something, maybe both?
I can make a chrome orange Elise version. I can also change the drivers hand/arm position to a desirable location.


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Looks great. Is the side sill really that low on our cars? It seems huge when you're sitting in it.
I like the look of the artwork too, but the engineer in me would like to see a more representative rendition of the aluminum extrusion that is the key design feature that makes this car light and stiff. The extrusion is 10 inches tall from the cockpit floor. I can place a straight edge from door sill to door sill across my hips. The driver's posterior is also a little high in this illustration. The stock seats place your back end within 2 inches of the floor.

Tom
 

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