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PostSubject: Monte Carlo Convertible   Monte Carlo Convertible Icon_minitimeMon 24 Dec 2018, 11:31 am

Brookfields  1995 Pacecar for the Brickyard 400. I didn't like the colours or the white wheels, so I decided to make a stock version. Which meant much filling and sanding on the roof were the Pacecar lights were. After a few attempts I gave up and warmed up the Dremel.

Voila! A convertible. I'm working on the top boot and rear interior sides ATM. Tamiya Mica Blue and Deck Tan.

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PostSubject: Re: Monte Carlo Convertible   Monte Carlo Convertible Icon_minitimeMon 24 Dec 2018, 6:24 pm

Lovely looking Monte. The modification to convertible looks like it worked a charm. Monte Carlo Convertible 1705482731
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PostSubject: Re: Monte Carlo Convertible   Monte Carlo Convertible Icon_minitimeThu 17 Jan 2019, 7:27 am

Done and in the NMA section. This was an easy convertible kitbash, unlike the stalled '96 Impala SS or '69 GTO. Hardest part was the convertible boot. Not 100% happy with that aspect, but it will do.

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