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Concept Convertibles . I've seen plenty of other people posting variants of previously posted MOCs, so I figured I'll give it a try. These are my two Concepts that I've converted to convertibles (Yes, puns definitely intended :P). Not much time spent on the mods, just a 10 minute job. . New engine. The old one was a little dated in comparison to my other 2 cars. Le V8. The air filter is located way back in le engine bay to keep the bonnet all smooth-like. Not ideal, but anywho. Now, my favourite part of the upgrade ;) Roof'd up! :D Even though the roof takes up a lot of space in the boot, I still managed to include a little spoiler. Easily the best angle, yes? I like the way the contours of the back half turned out. I might as well take advantage of all these pictures to show off my adjustible suspension. Now, we have Concept II. I'll be honest, I didn't put much effort into the mods on this one. It's a more advanced car to begin with, so there wasn't much to improve on IMO. Mods are; wider spoiler, no roof (obviously :P) and a wider, shaped engine window. Also, it doesn't actually convert. So technically it should be called a "roofless", not a "convertible". I would have liked to, but le engine takes up far too much room you see . . . . Once again, just showing off my suspension. And no, it's not fake. It actually does work. Picture for le doubters ;) Once again, if you have any feedback or suggestions, please share! Its helpful critisism that helps us builders improve. Hope you liked them :D


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