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1963 Chevy Corvette Sting-Ray . Here I am again with the new car. I hope you like it. I just had to build it because I am a big fan of this vehicle. . It’s in red again since, well, again - most parts come in this colour and Corvette in red sounds just… right. :)) If anyone asks that split window part is actually trans clear cone from Millennium Falcon sets and I did a custom print for it. This thing is also modular concerning the roof unit which can easily be removed and replaced by a convertible unit. Whichever you like at the present moment :)) Lights can be opened or closed just like on the real vehicle. On the model it happens by pressing the 2 central parts with licence plates on the back side. Lights Out / Lights in. It sounds catchy for a customised licence plate but it also tells you how the functions work. Of course everything opens. :)) Both roof units and the model :)) As for the engine, I had to make stickers because there just wasn’t any room left to pack in a some LEGO made engine. Functions involving lights and bonnet got in the way but I think it works this way :)) All the illustrations turned into stickers made for the model

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