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Have a nice time of day, this is my new car black arrow,50′s ,

my fancy car and his name is also coined by me.

Happy viewing:

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Interesting 4 wide car, quite odd looking in places.....strange windscreen and two tone fenders ? (aw, well it pays to be different sometimes :blush: )

Keep them coming 'SAN'....Brick On Drive On ! :wink:

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The curves on the front of the car look very good. I like the design. Thanks for sharing! :thumbup:

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I like the use of the axle piece for the wing mirrors and so many uses I have seen lately for the arms and hands of minifigures!

- Michael

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I like the overall shape of the car. However I'm not sure about the mix of light and dark grays and the dark red backside.

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I love the curved front and also the windscrene it is lovely

Thanks.

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I like the overall shape of the car. However I'm not sure about the mix of light and dark grays and the dark red backside.

I agree. The shape is neat -kind of like a classic British roadster- but the colourscheme is a bit of a mess. It should be possible to build it in black, or red perhaps. I'm also very curious how the cheese slopes on the front are held on. Unless they are 1x2 cheese slopes, I can't figure out how they're attached.

Cheers,

Ralph

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I agree. The shape is neat -kind of like a classic British roadster- but the colourscheme is a bit of a mess. It should be possible to build it in black, or red perhaps. I'm also very curious how the cheese slopes on the front are held on. Unless they are 1x2 cheese slopes, I can't figure out how they're attached.

Cheers,

Ralph

Thanks...

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Thanks...

So how did you attach those cheese slopes?

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So how did you attach those cheese slopes?

Just keep,and all.

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Since there seems to be a gap between the two parts - is it maybe a technic connector, like this?

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Since there seems to be a gap between the two parts - is it maybe a technic connector, like this?

I wasn't sure whether the gap was caused by a technic half pin (and whether that even fits properly into the bottom of the brick) or whether it was just the little groove around the bottom of the cheese slope.

Cheers,

Ralph

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