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Author:  bezobrazov [ October 23rd, 2010, 8:37 pm ]
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Very cooool Alfa! Now, can you make me a Lancia Thesis??? I just love that car? ;) :lol: (And that's the only time I lament living in the States! - I cannot buy a Thesis here, nor any Lancia for that matter...)

Author:  TimothyC [ October 23rd, 2010, 9:15 pm ]
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Good thing that Jeremy, Richard, and James will never see this.

Author:  MitcheLL300 [ October 23rd, 2010, 9:18 pm ]
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nighthunter wrote:
In the US we have larger versions of those, and some the same size, and a Caravan is a Dodge Minivan.
No way you got larger ones. America has always larger cars and caravans.
I bet their Folding trailer's are also as large as a house? :P
We also got larger ones, but these are for 2 people up to 4.

My parents had the 490 calista at the end (until my dead had his 7th intervertebral disapeared, he shrunk in 12 years from 1.78 to 1.72).
At the start we had a constructam.(with me)
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Like this, but then the rare large version. With one of the first toilets build in.
And a kitchen with 4 pots!
I loved the old smell in the caravan, i just loved the whole thing!(so strong and decent, and beautiful behind a alfa romeo 155, wich pulled it to 201km/h at germany)
2nd one was the largest chateau. Cantara 560 (if i recall), the thing was about 8 meters long in total.

I miss the camping feeling, in my tent at dinner in the caravan when it rains.
As soon as i get my licence i buy a caravan and bully darthpanda on the road! :ugeek:

Author:  Gollevainen [ October 24th, 2010, 8:41 am ]
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*shivers*
Caravans...
wasted pre-teen and early teen years stucked with your parents and little sister into a small box with wheels... :shock:
childhood horrors....hrrrpph...

Author:  Hood [ October 24th, 2010, 9:07 am ]
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I'm beginning to think there is nothing that can't be drawn in FD scale.
I must say there is some awesome artwork in here, the F-5s especially. Caravans though aren't my forte...

Author:  MitcheLL300 [ October 24th, 2010, 1:12 pm ]
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You like lancia delta?
Now we have First serie, and 3rd serie!
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Chateau caravans.png
Lancia thesis?
Its damm ugly, but ok if you want it ;)
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http://www.the-blueprints.com/blueprint ... s-2002.gif
I will do it tonight for you :)

And after that im going to draw the maserati quotroporte.
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Author:  darthpanda [ October 24th, 2010, 3:35 pm ]
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FD is nice, but for cars you can better use carbucket:
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Author:  MitcheLL300 [ October 24th, 2010, 6:01 pm ]
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Like this Darthpanda?

Alfa romeo 166 (2006) 3.2L V6 24Valves Twinspark (240PK/HP) 1500-1600KG weight.
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alfa romeo 166 3.2 V6 24V TS (2006).png
Now its time for the caravan my parents had togheter with this car :lol:

Progress on Chateau Calista CT 450 FHU:
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Chateau Calista CT 450 FHU.png

Author:  Philbob [ October 24th, 2010, 6:40 pm ]
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anyone want to try this monstrosity

Author:  bajireyn [ October 24th, 2010, 8:12 pm ]
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