I built the bottom of this (it's built upside-down) a year ago but put it aside because I couldn't get a studs-up chassis on it in a way that was solid and rigid enough to support the car. But now I finished it, and it's rigid.
Some pics with the top down:
And everything opens:
The bottom is built studs-down because I hate the look of tubes from the bottom of plates, and I wanted to add the necessary details to the bottom as well:
The yellow thing in this picture is to support it by the sides, because the roof isn't strong enough to support it upside down. I should try to fix that, but the main reason is that the front of the roof isn't attached to the windshield because of the convertible option:
Wow! The body shaping alone is enough to make this MOC great, but the interior details, the engine, and the undercarriage really make it a "luxury" MOC. I love the way you formed the hood.
I like it
March 27, 2018
Attention in the Ready Room…The rules for the third iteration of Decisive Action have just been posted in the DA3 Ready Room. We built the Ready Room so motivated competitors could study the DA3 rules and gain understanding before the game begins on 7 April 2018. Well, the rules are now posted. So report to the Ready Room. Get the information, get your head in the game, and above all… get ready. Build! Post! Review! Attack! This is Decisive Action.
Fantastic Work on this beautiful Classic! You made an amazing model with a very smooth appearance on both body and chassis. Only thing i`m skeptic about are the rear wheel covers. I guess they should be flush with the sides of the car.