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Game designers and model builders use them to make their automotive creations more life-like, though car voyeurs are known for geeking out on them for hours when we should be attending to other (read: Hi, honey, how long have you been standing there?) responsibilities. We're talking about blueprints, a huge collection of which exist on the Webosphere, though we've been taken by the site of a 27-year-old 3D designer from Denmark, which offers a broad range of such graphics. And not just production models, either. He's also got 'prints of the Benetton Ford F1 94, Lotus Super Seven, Porsche 911 GT2, Nissan Pennzoil GT-R and the Lancia Rally. No GTOs or Chevelles, though. It's Japan and Europe, mostly.



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