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Fixed the nose cone

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It's interesting how people want to perpetuate a design feature that was originally mandated by the needs of the internal combustion engine. The same reason I suppose why early motor cars looked a lot like carriages.

I'm fine with the current front styling of the car, if that isn't clear.