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1969 McLaren M6GT Bruce McLaren by melkorius
1969 McLaren M6GT Bruce McLaren
The McLaren M6A was a race car developed by driver Bruce McLaren and his Bruce McLaren Motor Racing team for their entry in 1967 Can-Am season. As a replacement for the team's M1Bs from 1966, the Chevrolet-powered M6A's improved design earned Bruce McLaren and his team their first of multiple Can-Am championships. After the M6As were replaced by the M8A in preparation for 1968, McLaren and technical partner Trojan developed the M6B which was sold to customers for use in Can-Am as well as other racing series.

The M6 name was later used in the development of a closed-cockpit sports car for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and known as the M6GT. The company's plan to homologate it for the FIA's Group 4 regulations was, however, never completed, and only a few M6GT prototypes were finished by McLaren and Trojan. Two M6GTs were later converted to road cars, one of which became Bruce McLaren's personal transport.

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1970  Lotus Super Seven II by melkorius
1970 Lotus Super Seven II
The Lotus Seven is a small, simple, lightweight two-seater open-top sports car produced by Lotus Cars (initially called Lotus Engineering) between 1957 and 1972.

It was designed by Lotus founder Colin Chapman and has been considered the embodiment of the Lotus philosophy of performance through low weight and simplicity. The original model was highly successful with more than 2,500 cars sold, due to its attraction as a road legal car that could be used for clubman racing.

After Lotus ended production of the Seven, Caterham bought the rights and today Caterham make both kits and fully assembled cars based on the original design.

The Lotus Seven design has spawned a host of imitations on the kit car market, generally called Sevens or sevenesque roadsters.

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Desoto by melkorius
Desoto
This model is a creation of Ray Montes, see is amazing work here: raymontes.deviantart.com/

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DeSoto by melkorius
DeSoto
This model is a creation of Ray Montes, see is amazing work here: raymontes.deviantart.com/

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2014 Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster Type 117 by melkorius
2014 Lotus Exige Sport 350 Roadster Type 117
The new 350 Roadster weighs just 1085kg, 10kg less than its coupé equivalent, making it the lightest iteration of the current Exige to have ever made production.

The car makes use of the same supercharged 3.5-litre V6 as the regular 350 Sport, which produces 345bhp and 295lb ft of torque, but thanks to the Roadster’s weight advantage, power-to-weight is up by 2bhp to 318bhp/ton.

This small but noticeable saving enables the car to sprint from 0-60mph in just 3.7sec, 0.2sec quicker than the coupé, while top speed remains 145mph.

As standard, power is sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox that Lotus has engineered to be as light as possible. A six-speed automatic with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters is also available, which can be operated in manual or full auto mode.

Like the coupé, the car features a carbonfibre tailgate and side intakes, and there’s also a lightweight battery and engine mounts. Buyers seeking maximum performance can option in carbonfibre aerodynamic addenda, comprised of a spoiler, front splitter and rear diffuser.

Inside, Lotus has equipped the 350 with a lightweight centre console, and a there’s a choice of leather, Alcantara or heritage-oriented red and yellow tartan for the rest of the cabin.

Though pricing is yet to be confirmed, we expect the Exige Sport 350 Roadster to command a £1000 increase on the coupé, which currently retails from £55,900. For comparison, the similarly focused Porsche Boxster Spyder starts at £60,459, but this car weighs a substantial 305kg more.

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Favourite style of art: Fantasy Art
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PaulV3Design Featured By Owner May 25, 2016   Digital Artist
Hey buddy hows everything going? Since I started my new job I've not had much time for any personal projects and my pc is dying on me. I intend to upgrade asap but for now I'm just doing a little bit of artwork.

I wanted to ask what set up do you have now, you scene renders are becoming more and more awesome in detail with a lot of meshes, anything special in your pc? :)
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melkorius Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Professional General Artist
Hi mate! Good that everything is well with you. I still have the same pc, the only upgrade I've did was Ram. 
I have a i7 2630QM CPU @2.00GHz with 16G Ram, it works fine with the things I do. It really depends how you make the meshes. If you push a lot of the turbo smooth you are doom. I don't have more that 2 levels on turboSmooth. What are the characteristics of your pc?
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