Description:Looking for a 3D model of my crashed car, that would be printed in some metal on shapeways for a keychain. If you can keep it as close to the photos as possible thats great.
Wants:Similarity to photos, level of detail on the damaged areas, integration of keychain loop (maybe the tow bar)?
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