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HI! I build at least one Bonneville car per year... so here's my latest member of the FLAT EARTH SOCIETY: FULMINE DI SODIO (salt lightning in Italian). I started with the hull of an unknown battleship found in the junk bin at a model show, fabricated the lower "pan", frame and monocoque driver's pod, front and rr canteliver air suspensions & reservoirs, Optima battery, rear-wings actuator, steering linkage, electric system, Paxton blower air intake (I inverted the OEM plenum), vertical wing, parachute tube, push-bar, modified the front wheels pods (from Carl Casper dragster, modified) fuel cell from Phantom Vicky, lipstick tube canopy & various other parts. The air scoop, twin oil filters & radiator are from the Hays Tbird, the rear wheels from AMT's XJ220 Jag supercar, the engine from Revell's Ferrari California Spyder, the quick-change rear from MT's Challenger, the steering tiller from an old Monogram show rod, all modified. Fully wired and hosed. Special mix of Tamya TS-84 + clear orange, Wet Look clear, Molotow's chrome, home-made decals. Hours of fun with styrene. Long live the salt! CT