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    Daihatsu Copen drivers will soon be able to customize their cars with 3D-printed parts in a variety of designs. The Japanese carmaker is said to be one of the first to be making mass-customization available in this way and is working with 3D printing firm Stratasys to develop the system.
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    There's a version of the re-booted Morgan 3 Wheeler that has a WWII British fighter plane motif, (Spitfire, I think) with the target flag, shark's mouth with teeth and as I recall, fake bullet holes. A bit much. But, leather helmet and goggles are a plus.


    • #3
      Bill, this one?