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Old 02-02-2020, 05:08 PM
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Ford GT paper model?

Has anyone see a Ford GT paper model with interior? I'm working on a tribute to Jim Steranko Nick Fury Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. action figure display and I think thats one of the cars that Fury drove in the comics.

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Old 02-02-2020, 05:18 PM
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a GT-40?


or the present day GT?


there are GT-40 models, none that I am familiar with, with an interior
there are Ford GT models, but those I know of, are Hot Wheels/Matchbox size
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Old 02-02-2020, 05:33 PM
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All paper car models have an interior.
Theres an inside and an outside to all!

What is in the interior is a whole other Gallifreyan mystery.

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That new GT is a work of art, isnt it?!
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yes, the GT is a great car, miss it in endurance racing though
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i have made one but there is no interior in it sorry???

it's here! that if you want it!?


papermodelmatersexclusive's: April 2015


https://mbed06papermodelmastersexclu...gt+concept+car
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I'd really love to build a GT40 Mk.II, I think the body shape looks more like a prototype sportscar than the Mk.I.
There is an Mk.I model with interior over here, but I don't think the designer ever shared the model in full resolution... But it's still worth a look at.
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a GT-40?


or the present day GT?


there are GT-40 models, none that I am familiar with, with an interior
there are Ford GT models, but those I know of, are Hot Wheels/Matchbox size
The original GT40 I think is the right one. In several issues of the comic it had the flying option similar to Doc Brown's Delorian. If I can find a good GT40 I might be able to design the inside.

Thanks for all the replys.
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Old 02-03-2020, 04:25 PM
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grace Papercraft

This one LOOKS great, but I've not figured out how to download it.

Hmmm ... sussed ... it's quite big ... 10 page .pdo. but 10 x .png are given too.
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If you use the link in N96HBK's post and scroll down 8 posts, you'll find the 5 thumbnails. Select each one ... R.click and save as ... to get the .jpg files. There are assembly photos there as well.

It says it's a Mk1 on the chassis.

http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/r...D55%26t%3D3168
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Thanks N96HBK and JohnM. I'll post a build thread when I start on this one.
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