Hey, this is just a teaser, i spent a lot of time on it so i would like to not spoil all the content today. You have a little preview in image 4 I have to go to sleep, i will provide more infos and images untill the release, just a little bit of patience. thanks again for all the feedback, i appreciate a lot. Cheers Serge --- Post updated --- Ha ! Just to tell and before shutting down the damn desktop, after thinking about the fully original work mentionned by VeyronEB: This is a quick summary, i'll show and explain more things later this week. All this stuff was a learning process, and one year ago i didn't supposed i'll go that far. I worked in Video games untill 15 years ago and never did anything in 3D since then. i had to learn Blender, how to do textures like today, so all about this is having fun in making and learning, trying and redoing. Not imagined a second it will be a released mod. That's why i never shown anything here, i didn't want to be another cancelled project and was a bit scared by the quality of some mods. So it was born a trial based upon the Moonhawk Sedan on which i learned to fit a jbeam, see how all this worked. Then i improved the modelling, the textures for monthes, and went a lot more far in the details. Just for the pleasure of having my car in game. Something like 6 monthes later i showed it to Ar162B and he immediatly wanted to join and help. I was very glad as you can imagine. The jbeam was a lot improved, rewritten, and adapted to all actual features of the game. And as those cars are much bigger than the Moonhawk, and as it's a lot of work to do the finetuning, and Ar162B being student, staff member for a while, and having his own mod to update, i finally did the last improvments to the car deformations. I spent a huge amount of time on it, and now it has been beta tested, it seems to be at least a decent model. All of that speech to say this is not a from scratch jbeam, but the cars have their own personnality. Deformation, particularly the front end, is not the same at all. Pretty needed to make those things clear, and all the jbeamers able to do a car or whatever from scratch have my forever admiration. Also basically, i compared the Moonhawk frame with plans of the real one, and they are almost prettty the same, that's why the Moonhawk Sedan was chosen at the beginning. Without that the project wouldn't have ever started, that was the ignition spark.