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#23

These are some of the prettiest cars I’ve ever seen


#24

Thank you :slightly_smiling_face:


#25

The taillights on the Turbo.


#26

The 1972 JFM L80 2800S

L6, 160hp


#27

I´ve playing a little bit with fixtures…


#28

That’s really a lot of good detail work. Can I get these two cars for a review? I really would like to compare them to my builds.


#29

That would be tricky. I only have these models to test my new mods. They don´t have the right engines and the rest of the technology is not tuned.
I could give them to you, but some of the mods are not public available yet, so it won´t work for you. Sorry :wink:


#30

Very good lookin’ sedans, especially the black one with the rectangular headlights.


#31

some mod testing


#32

The faceliftet GT-version

Testing for my colored badges and letters


#33

Wow your most recent creations are massively better. Its great to see someone who’s design skills and style have progressed. Also thanks for the mods!


#34

A car for everyone from 1966 to the JFM Tangenta 1900




#35

The 1952 JFM 1904S deLuxe


#36

2012 JFM Denea 3.0 V6 BiTurbo 4x4 Sport, 300hp, V/max 264 km/h





#38

1965 JFM Sport S, 100hp, 0-100 km/h 8,1 sec, Vmax 174 km/h


#39

the 1972 JFM Giftzwerg


855 kg, 270hp

0-100 km/h 4,2 sec, 80-120 km/h 2,53 sec

if he is too strong, you are too weak

to have soon …


#40

The 1950 JFM 1500 deLuxe





#41

The 1952 JFM 2500 Crown






#42

Played a little with my new body :slightly_smiling_face:


#43

The 1976 JFM AL100 GTZ, a little car with a big heart and 100 horses