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Convertible
A 14-Wide convertible with some nice details such as opening doors.
About this creation


The front, with a chrome grill.



More chrome.



Side view.



Rear, with lights, license plate, and exhaust pipe.



Top.



The bottom, completely covered by red plates.



Opening doors.



Mirrors and steering wheel.


The back of the seats.



Comments

  January 18, 2013
First of all, this is overall a nice model of a convertible. You've captured the sides nicely - the curves really help to break up the square outline of the car, and the SNOT on the front bonnet and rear wheel arches is nicely executed. However, The bonnet should be longer, to make up for the relatively large diameter of the wheels - the angle is fine, it just cuts off too quickly resulting in a "blocky" front. Also, the back may look better if you put some red inverted 2x2 dishes/slides on the rear wings to resemble tail lights. A good looking "old school" car - just work on the details!
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  July 4, 2012
A Great Build!!! very nice look accomplished here! 5/5
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  June 21, 2012
Quoting Michael Rutherford This build is highly evocative of older Lego car kits. It looks very old school with all the studs showing like that. Some people like that. I generally seek to hide studs where I can. Perhaps a layer of tile over the trunk and hood? Well photographed. the crooked sticker is sort of highlighted in one of your pics. Might want to fix that as well. A very good overall build! I dig it. Attack!
Oops, I hadn't noticed the sticker. I don't have many tiles as most of my sets are quite old. Perhaps I could use SNOT to make it smooth,
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  June 21, 2012
This build is highly evocative of older Lego car kits. It looks very old school with all the studs showing like that. Some people like that. I generally seek to hide studs where I can. Perhaps a layer of tile over the trunk and hood? Well photographed. the crooked sticker is sort of highlighted in one of your pics. Might want to fix that as well. A very good overall build! I dig it. Attack!
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  June 14, 2012
Good car! I think this is a good MOC. I like the wing mirrors and even though you didn't use snot techniques, I think it gives the car a nice look. You could improve on the the length of the front nose/bonnet of the car because it seems just a little too short. Also you could add some more detail inside the car on the dashboard, such as speed dial and gear stick etc. Overall a good MOC.
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  June 13, 2012
It's good. Probably my favorite one of your cars so far. I like the shape and size of it and the seats are well done. But try tiling it so there are no studs showing. That way it will look more like a car. Also, would it be possible to make a roof for it? One that folds from the back.
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  June 11, 2012
Nice doors and such.
 
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