Using polystyrene sheets from home depot (they really are the cheapest I could find) for the main bulk of it and for shaping, then sheetrock mud or plaster to cover it and further refine.Scott - are you using some sort of putty or body filler for your mockup?
It's looking nice!
Ya, it definately adds something. Could be more of a "street version" also if a guy didn't want to add the larger wing too. Will get to making it soon.The 'wing' between the fenders ties in nicely. That 'fixes' whatever it was about the tail that I was not crazy about. Keep up the great work!
PS. The diffuser, as is, is going to drive you nuts when it comes to ground clearance.
They did not have the exact concave forgings I needed to get the size and offset I wanted. Instead of picking a different one, they ordered the correct ones for my wheels, and they should be here in another week.Any news on the wheels?
I like the round taillights with your design much better!Kept going with the last one, and the more it was finished the more questionable it was. So, here is the next. Still working on it, but the side profile really needs the drop down behind rear fender. Only way to even out the atrium.
Cut off little protrusion that was in front of rear tire. It flows to the back abit better now.
Thought I would try some cheap round tail lights. Might be able to look really good with stainless trim rings. Area behind light, will all be open and vent around either tail light choices. There will also be amny cut outs on the rear side of fenders.