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1950 Ford "Shoebox" Custom that has been resto-modded. I loosly based the design off of my own 1950 Ford Custom Fordor, I pretty much went pedal to the medal on this one. Took my Motor Frame and Grill and started all over again. Ridiculous amount of moving parts. They all run on Vtol. Nothing could be mirrored. The whole front steering is operated by one hinge, and still has working suspension (minimal artificial assistance.5 degrees). Model Flathead V-8 motor. Hidden nitrous bay (not that you'd ever want to use it on a flatty). Doors, Hood and trunk open and close. The list kindof goes on.
It's hard to find time for this stuff.
VTOL controls your doors, hood, trunk and hidden compartment.
Popularly called the "Shoebox Ford" for its slab-sided, "ponton" design, the 1949 Ford is credited both with saving Ford and ushering in modern streamlined car design with changes such as integrated fenders and d more . The design would continue through the 1951 model year.