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Boy that " EZ-RID " top remover sure works great!!. :thumbsup: .

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I know it coming eventually .. I'm just a little anxious
 

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carnut2256 said:
the top is down on the new Coke '68 Impala :thumbsup:
The problem with the Coke conv. is that even after all the tampos are removed from the hood, you wind up with a lily-white hood, while the rest of the car is lime green.
 

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Both of those cars look so much better with the tampos gone. I picked up the Coke Super Bee yesterday and the first thing I did when I got home was wipe the tampos off. Looks great pure white. By the way, I have the same Riv from the Kustomized release, but I added a few things....




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AQUA XK8 said:
The problem with the Coke conv. is that even after all the tampos are removed from the hood, you wind up with a lily-white hood, while the rest of the car is lime green.
Which is exactly why one didn't come home with me yesterday
 

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AQUA XK8 said:
The problem with the Coke conv. is that even after all the tampos are removed from the hood, you wind up with a lily-white hood, while the rest of the car is lime green.
My issue as well. Where do you find that exact shade of lime green? I did buy one though with the intentions of taking it apart, painting the interior white with black dash and putting it into one of the Grecian Green ones with the rally wheels and whitewalls. It will be a duplicate of my 1:1 68 that way. I will then experiment with turing the coke version into a Bel Air by using the interior and roof from the light green casting.
 

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AQUA XK8 said:
The problem with the Coke conv. is that even after all the tampos are removed from the hood, you wind up with a lily-white hood, while the rest of the car is lime green.
Hmm, scrap the hood. Black paint the engine compartment. Add one chrome blown big block. Potential.
 
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