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Mercury Cougar 1967
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If you have any idea on back end bumper, I do not want to relinquish at all !!! Open to any suggestions....thanks
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  September 11, 2013
Quoting hank erchief im building a 71 cougar xr7. be sure to check it out when im done.
Sure; absolutely....Ciao
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  September 11, 2013
Quoting Alexander Paschoaletto looking fowards fot the finished model - this is a beatiful piece of brick :D
Thanks Alex; I plan to complete the front & rear bumper this w-end; awfully next week; I got some ideas..... :)
  September 10, 2013
im building a 71 cougar xr7. be sure to check it out when im done.
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  September 10, 2013
looking fowards fot the finished model - this is a beatiful piece of brick :D
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  September 10, 2013
Quoting sam the first so far so good! can't really give any pointers as i'm not sure on how this can be much better than it already is! ;D
Thanks :-)
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  September 10, 2013
so far so good! can't really give any pointers as i'm not sure on how this can be much better than it already is! ;D
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  September 10, 2013
Quoting Aaden Hughes Looks great at the moment! I like the change in the roof that the person below suggested, it looks much better now! In my opinion, you should maybe make the tail lights by using two 1x2 trans red grille pieces instead of the grey grilles. Or you could put two 1x2 trans red plates behind two 1x2 grey grilles. Also, maybe put four cheese slopes on the bottom sides of the car, just to give it a bit more of a curve-ish body shape, like what Starscream Soundwave did with his 'Cuda. These are just a few suggestions, but it looks great so far mate!
Thanks for your suggestions; I do really appreciate
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  September 10, 2013
Quoting Starscream Soundwave Looks great, your four wides are improving a lot :)
Sure.....until I will be able to stand out....ah ah ah ah !!!! Thanks pal.
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  September 10, 2013
Quoting Stephen Barnes Very good. You have got the proportions right overall. Check out my Dodge Charger, which is roughly the same type of car in this scale. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/351428 And lose the bobbles at the back.
Thanks a lot Stephen. I plan to moc a Charger since 2 months but I have a bad itch that pull me away from build that model.....I do not know why, but it is really unpleasant. I got to find myself in a quite mental position.....and then I will try :-)
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  September 10, 2013
Very good. You have got the proportions right overall. Check out my Dodge Charger, which is roughly the same type of car in this scale. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/351428 And lose the bobbles at the back.
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  September 10, 2013
Looks great, your four wides are improving a lot :)
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  September 9, 2013
Looks great at the moment! I like the change in the roof that the person below suggested, it looks much better now! In my opinion, you should maybe make the tail lights by using two 1x2 trans red grille pieces instead of the grey grilles. Or you could put two 1x2 trans red plates behind two 1x2 grey grilles. Also, maybe put four cheese slopes on the bottom sides of the car, just to give it a bit more of a curve-ish body shape, like what Starscream Soundwave did with his 'Cuda. These are just a few suggestions, but it looks great so far mate!
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  September 9, 2013
You are welcome! Anytime .
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  September 9, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti That's it exactly! What do you think
Got it !!! I like much better than before :-) Appreciate your support. Thanks again.
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  September 9, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Just my 2 cents but what if you tried replacing the 1 x 4 curved slope make the roof flat and use 1 x 1 red cheese slopes and 2 black tint ones for the rear windows. Then you will be at the same hight as the back bumper if you know what I mean? My mother owned a 67 in Atlantic blue it was cool and my brother wrapped it around a tree :-( any how it looks great
Thanks Clay. U mean like this?
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  September 9, 2013
That's it exactly! What do you think
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  September 9, 2013
Just my 2 cents but what if you tried replacing the 1 x 4 curved slope make the roof flat and use 1 x 1 red cheese slopes and 2 black tint ones for the rear windows. Then you will be at the same hight as the back bumper if you know what I mean? My mother owned a 67 in Atlantic blue it was cool and my brother wrapped it around a tree :-( any how it looks great
 
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