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Posted 11/14/2011 6:21:33 PM


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Who? Me? Mate if I had the time, the means(room), and the skill I'd LOVE to make a life size replica of this car! While I think I could have the skill to do it, I most certainly don't have the room.

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Posted 11/14/2011 9:49:11 PM


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It sucks that the game dosn't show you how the cockpit opens. id say it opens like the cockpit on the Animated series batmobile toy. and flips forward. there should be just enough room where it wont interfere with the engine.
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Posted 11/15/2011 12:09:25 AM


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Well I heard back from Carlos D'Anda lastnight who designed the car. He says, "I imagine it opens like the 89 sliding canopy." I'm not sure how because of the open engine block so I'll have to be creative when I get to that part.

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Posted 11/15/2011 4:00:42 AM


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Thats cool when you can get insight from the designer. When i look at my hot wheel it looks like it would clear but when i look at my screenshots in looks like it needs come up a few inches then forward Batmobile
If i come up with something i will share it with you good luck
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Posted 11/15/2011 11:17:50 AM


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hey Arkhambatmobile, I think its just a matter of hieght. With the 89 it pops up a couple inches then slides forward. With your vehicle it may have to pop up 8 inches and then slide forward. If you get a chance check out the entry system on a Sterling kit car. The whole roof with doors pops up and moves forward and does not slide. So even that would work. You could even piano hinge it so it accesses only from the drivers side. Clamshell hinged at the back like the Carmel batmobile. Lots of cool options. Cut the roof down the middle and hinge it up so it can be accessed like the old Can Am race cars....just some suggestions....BWD
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Posted 11/15/2011 11:47:38 AM


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I've thought up a few ways of doing it too. But to have it open like the '89 means it wouldn't look "clean" IMO? You'd need actuator arms or something?

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Posted 11/16/2011 2:11:56 AM


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big wave dave (11/15/2011)
hey Arkhambatmobile, I think its just a matter of hieght. With the 89 it pops up a couple inches then slides forward. With your vehicle it may have to pop up 8 inches and then slide forward. If you get a chance check out the entry system on a Sterling kit car. The whole roof with doors pops up and moves forward and does not slide. So even that would work. You could even piano hinge it so it accesses only from the drivers side. Clamshell hinged at the back like the Carmel batmobile. Lots of cool options. Cut the roof down the middle and hinge it up so it can be accessed like the old Can Am race cars....just some suggestions....BWD


Wow big wave dave your very knowledgeable when i get a kit i will have to pick your brain. I took a look at the sterling cool car looks like a newer version of the Bradley. Ive been wanting to see a few builds on the site but im still too new so the site wont let me :/ anyways thanks for the tips
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Posted 11/16/2011 3:00:54 PM


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Some more done today. Far from finished.

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Posted 11/16/2011 6:50:21 PM
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that looks really cool once again awsome work

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Posted 11/17/2011 1:08:41 AM


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Thanks mate.

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