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:
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.