And while I’m on the subject of this guy, I might as well post these, too.
I mixed up the order of the arms on the first one but you can ignore that for me, right?
I should probably explain some things about the second sketch… Since Dr. X is a fusion of an organic being and a robot, he has some robotic parts and some organic parts. His Flug arms are organic and his XR arms are robotic, of course. His head is just a metallic box made to look like a paper bag with goggles over it. His shoulders where his Flug arms attach are organic, and the rest of his torso is robotic. His legs are robotic from the knee down and his heelys are motorized because XR has tracks instead of feet. Every robotic part of him can be destroyed and put back together (which is why he’s missing an arm and a leg in the second image, it’s not as big a deal as it seems).
I paused at just the right moment, didn’t I? XD
I like this brief second, and I adore the idea that Nos might’ve actually been fond of XR. That little smile of his is freakin adorable!
Almost makes me feel bad for him when XR betrays him…
The Panda. The Hachi-Roku. The King of Drift. The Toyota Corolla AE86 Sprinter Trueno. This Japanese beauty was named AE86 not because it was produced in 1986, that was a simple coincidence. The “A” stands for the 4A engine that was placed into each Toyota, the “E” meaning Corolla, “8” being the fifth generation (E80 series), and the “6” representing the sixth variation in its generation.
This particular specimen belongs to Sato Hirokazu, who was inspired by drifting legend Keiichi Tsuchiya when he saw his page in a motorsports magazine. Since this moment in his life, he has owned four AE86s, with this particular one being an ongoing project of his for 14 years. This 86 has a Levin conversion and he aspires to acquire some TRD Works overfenders for the front-end.
Some of Hirokazu’s parts and mods include “…a 4A-GE with a full overhaul, FUJITSUBO exhaust manifold, YOSHIMURA muffler, NAGAI DENSHI MDI, WAKO coil, NGK spark plugs, SARD fuel pump, APEXi s-AFC, Hot InaZuma, APEXi intake, KOYO radiator, FC3S oil cooler, and NISMO fuel regulator.” Exteriors claim “OEM kouki Levin front-end, OEM kouki Levin tail lights, OEM zenki front spoiler, OEM side skirts, OEM “double-stacked” rear bumper, UKIYA SYOUKAI fiberglass hood, EC Works Group-A Mirrors, Run Free eyelines, and a BMW M-series rear spoiler.”
Being a huge fan of Pandas, I couldn’t refuse posting this bad boy. Thanks to StanceNation.com for the amazing article. Be sure to check them out in the source. You’re sure to see many more AE86 posts from me… Here is a full list of modifications:
Wheels/Tires/Suspension: SSR LONGCHAMP XR-4 14×8-12 (F) 14×8.5-19 ® + Center Caps DUNLOP DZ101 185/55-14 (F&R) GT-WORKS Coilovers 8k(F) 6k® with helper springs Front: CUSCO Upper Mount GX71 Stabilizer & Short link JUBIRIDE Negative Camber Adapter Adjustable Tension Rods TRD Bushings Rear: GT-V Stabilizer & Angle Correction Links Adjustable Lateral Rod + Reinforcement Bar TRD Bushings Slotted Rotors
Exterior: OEM KOUKI LEVIN FACE KOUKI LEVIN TAIL LAMPS OEM ZENKI Front Spoiler OEM Side Skirts BMW M-series Rear Spoiler OEM Double-Stacked Rear Bumper UKIYA SYOUKAI glass fiber bonnet Aero Catch Pulled Fenders EC Works Group A Mirrors Run Free Eyeline
Interior: BRIDE ZETA II TAKATA Harnesses MOMO DRIFTING Steering Wheel CUSCO 7-point Roll Cage Auto Meter Tachometer OMORI Meter Water Temperature Gauge OMORI Meter Oil Temperature Gauge OMORI Meter Oil Pressure Gauge OMORI Meter Vacuum Gauge Garage Tiara Shift knob E-brake Knob Checkered Flag Floor Mats MOONEYES Dash Mat SK Engineering High Speed Meter
Audio: ALPINE Head Unit DVD Player CD Player MD Player TV Tuner 2-way Speakers Crossover Network 10” Subwoofers Power Amplifier Television Monitors ×3 Door and Interior Sound Deadening