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A sunny coupe I got, and put 17/20" wheels on that came off my 65 ford econoline van. I had to modify the floor to fit the rear wheels and also the piece of metal that acts as the suspension was removed, so it's just as much work modding these things as it is a full size car.
It sits next to my computer now.

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Posted: 2007/5/6 22:22  Updated: 2007/5/6 22:22
Home away from home
Joined: 2000/5/6
From: Wellington New Zealand
Posts: 962
 Re: Sunny coupe model
Very cool.....

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Posted: 2007/5/7 1:45  Updated: 2007/5/7 1:45
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2005/10/16
From: Perth WA
Posts: 2137
 Re: Sunny coupe model
haha Maaaaad!

You just need to go over the window trims in silver to break up all that blue.

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Posted: 2007/5/7 1:53  Updated: 2007/5/7 1:53
Home away from home
Joined: 2005/11/15
From: Gold Coast Australia
Posts: 753
 Re: Sunny coupe model
I have been tinkering with different colours on the computer for all the little trims and things.

It's quite addictive, I started with this one and since then I have done one for my work ute, a mazda freestyle cab (which I used a nissan navara for a base) and also a corvette for our other car.
My next one will probably be an old beetle or karmann ghia.