First 2 pictures are showing off the very partially completed interior, the dashboard being the only piece that’s really done (it has already taken an eternity). Currently left with the door cards, transmission tunnel, instrument cluster and other misc components to do (current items are placeholders from the old car).
Considering how different the latest build of 4.27 (LCV4.2.29) is from 4.1, it makes sense to start from a clean slate. Anyway, is this trim street-legal? If not, you should make one - and it should be milder, but no less striking.
sorry for the late reply, just opened the forum recently. this trim is not street legal (using all racecar parts), and it’s actually entirely another model based on 2016 RWD XS-II, a car that I’ve been planning to release but I chose to not to for some reason (I want to add interior to the cars I design from now on).
here’s how the base model looked like. 4.0L V8, and manual transmission. unfortunately the car suffer from the same fate, I lost the data of the cars so…
my first car that i posted please give feedback i take inspiration from mclaren and farrary’s
i think its cool but please tell me otherwize and how to make it better and more refined PLEASE NOTE this is not the final veshen and if you have helpful fixture mods please do shar without adue
Like its predecessor, it was available with a wide range of engines, both the OHC inline six that had been introduced with the first generation, as well as various iterations of the classic Vaughn V8, even if the power outputs generally went down towards the end of production, as with many other american V8s of the era.
Also, various trim levels were available, with the basic one only called “Silverbird”, there was the slightly more upmarket “Rallye” (shown here), the “STC” that was kind of a luxury trim and the sportier, top of the line “GTC”.
The second generation Vaughn Silverbird was produced until the 1981 model year.