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Carrera 4 models also wear bodywork that stretches 1.7 inches wider than a rear-drive Carrera’s, a barely noticeable change given the overwhelming perception of girth that comes from any 911’s shapely rear fenders.
Project Sledgehammer was also the first time Callaway started modifying bodywork in addition to tweaking the oily bits, and the AeroBody was offered as an option that same year.
Note that there are no obvious air ducts in the upper bodywork.
Opting for the Takumi brings niceties such as LED headlights, distinct bodywork, and heating/air-conditioning vents for the rear seat.
The three-piece bodywork is made from fiberglass, carbon fiber, and aluminum honeycomb, which sits atop a tubular chassis made mostly from steel with some magnesium bits here and there.
The grille has also been integrated into the bodywork, which Rolls-Royce says produces a cleaner look.
Customizers bought cars, stretched their wheelbases, added new bodywork and sold them as trucks.
One of his team’s creations, the lightweight 1983 Jeep Cherokee, with its integrated chassis and bodywork, fostered a huge market for the family sport utility vehicle.
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