By David Thomas on January 5, 2007
USA Today got a sneak peek at the building process of the Ford Interceptor concept, which we first got word of Sunday night, and delivers an interesting look at the preparation of a car show concept. Cars like the Interceptor are usually hand-built, often with just a clay model as a guideline.
The best part of the USA Today story is the revelation that Mazda’s Nagare concept car shown in Los Angeles in November was damaged during transport to the show and was fixed minutes before its public unveiling.
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