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Something I've been working on this weekend.
A few spy photos for your consideration



Far from finished but getting there.

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I am simply amazed at how you can use
so little amount of body and still get so much style.
This one will be fantastic too!
 

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Well Back in the stone age. B.D. ( Before dremel) We used a hot xacto knife heated on the kitchen stove. Vauge memories of Mom yelling " Dont drip any of that plastic on my stove" and Dad chiming in " That's a good way to get burned" Not to metion the fumes of the plastic as we carefully carved up valuable bodies for larger wheels mostly or to copy our favorite local dirt track car. Ahhh The good ol dayz'
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Ditto what slotto said! I can't make out the body's origin... Looks super as modeled though!! I would stick with the yellow on it. It really fits the design! :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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Thanks for the kind words all. This started life as a body of one
of these

A Nash Metropolitan made from 56 to 62. Can't tell you where
this idea came from, just did. Working on the back bumper so
we will see where that goes. This car has already hit the junk
box twice, so anything can happen LOL
More pics later.

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That would take first place in the guess what it was category.
Would have never guessed it was a Nash!
Hit the junkbox 2wice? LOL
 
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