1970s Ford Mustang

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1970s Ford Mustang by Ford Jan 4, 2013
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do you need support matierial

thats not a 70's mustang its a 1970 model mustang, 71-73 is a different body style

This makes my 3d printing software crash/hang. Lots of errors in the model.

Thanks for the heads up.

Can someone at Ford do me a favor and make the tires their own component, or move them away from the body? I spent an hour cleaning the tires off the model only to find that I had a corrupted save file, and I'd rather not start over if the model can be altered from the original easier than we can do it.
I'd print the car, but simply cant in the file's current form. Also, a lower poly car would be pretty awesome if you had the time.
Thanks for the sweet ride!

Download Netfabb (free) and in the software you can export shells, and since the wheels aren't actually connected, it'll be easy. I would do it, and upload it, but Ford might not like that.

My general rule is if it doesn't print dont post it....
why dont you make sur everything is connected and make it print in two halves that can be glued together?

So...how are the wheels attached to the car? I don't see any axles, and the tires and wheels don't touch the rest of the vehicle. Am I missing something?

Where is the pinto model? Kidding this is perfect!

In the wise words of Tim Allen... "Ugh, ugh, ugh!"