1966 Lamborghini Miura 1:1

by   17.4k tylerdeveneuxmusic  8 days ago

Italy early 1960s, successful tractor maker Ferruccio Lamborghini buys a Ferrari and finds the car to be noisy and rough for use on the road also being let-down by a clutch that needed replacing too frequently. Being an Italian he let the Enzo Ferrari know of his complaints and even suggested a few fixes, being Italian Ferrari took none of this advice from this tractor maker and proceeded to tell him how a tractor maker knows about tractors not sportscars..
Ferruccio then started work on his first car the 350GTV and was soon working on the car the term 'supercar' was invented for - the 1966 Lamborghini Miura. The engine is behind the driver perched over the transmission like the classic Mini, the headlights were pop up, the doors weren't lambo doors even though on an actual Lamborghini, the gears were 5 plus reverse and for every Miura bought Lamborghini would send a bull to your house every birthday for life.
Thanks to Hyattorama for helping the stability and QingyuZhou for Overload help - the finished product wouldn't be what it is without your inputs you shining examples of SimplePlanes at it's best. This is somehow only my 2nd supercar (Ferrari F40 was the first) but it's going to be the 2nd in a longish list of them so stay tuned for more
AG1 & vtol Up for pop up lights (vtol down to lower headlights), AG2 for hazard lights, AG3 for door openings, AG4 for Gyro and turny over if wrong side up. Pitch to go, brakes have corresponding brakelights

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General Characteristics

  • Successors 1 airplane(s) +42 bonus
  • Created On Mac
  • Wingspan 5.2ft (1.6m)
  • Length 14.1ft (4.3m)
  • Height 3.7ft (1.1m)
  • Empty Weight 1,438lbs (652kg)
  • Loaded Weight 1,657lbs (751kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 289.9lbs/ft2 (1,415.3kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 5.7ft2 (0.5m2)
  • Drag Points 1732

Parts

  • Number of Parts 406
  • Control Surfaces 0