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[Paper Craft - 1 24] FF TD '71 Chevy Monte Carlo by claudespeedlc [Paper Craft - 1 24] FF TD '71 Chevy Monte Carlo by claudespeedlc
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MODEL CREATED BY ME ONLY FOR FUN! I AREN'T EVOLVED WITH THE BRANDS THIS CAR HAVE AND THE BRANDS BELONGS TO THEIR CREATORS! I ONLY MADE THIS CAUSE I THINK THEYRE TOO COOL THAT DESERVE A PAPER CRAFT TO STAND NEAR YOUR COMPUTER DESK!! MODIFICATIONS/COPIES ARE PROHIBITED! DONT SELL IT EVEN IF YOU BUILD THIS CAR IF YOUR HANDS! BUILD IT FOR YOUR ONLY PLEASURE!



Maker: Chevrolet
Model: 1971 Monte Carlo
Style: Fast & Furious/Muscle/Rat
Country: USA
Dificulty: 3/5 - Medium: Isnt hard...just with some details to look even more better :3

Hello people after so muuuuuuuuuuch time I came with another car that somewhat isn't too much beautiful but....Is a brutal example of force.

This one was featured in the beginning of the Third (Or Seventh?) movie Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift.

Although this is a Luxury Car, this one is amazing because looks like a NASCAR race car and...the coolest thing about this is the DIY looks that MOST of the old cars gearheads that are being restored feature...

The feeling of get a old car and modding the way you want...Just perfomance, no aesthetic stuff is nice!

And this is why this car is BRUTAL, not beautiful!

For the paper model, Isnt a hard deal...just a simple model that looks great with the popped out exhaust that I put for a increased effect and NASCAR wheels with Goodyear Tyres....

Download Link: sta.sh/021oos4tvecx
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MBED14 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is cool dude?! you did a free hand fantastic Job on the paper model car to realistic too! and I have the DVD version of this model car custom design! and don't worry I'm just a collector of paper cars! ;)
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DVD version of this model car? How?

For the fact that I made on my hands is because I am too lazy to learn how to use eletronic programs :P

BTW feel free to try to build this... :v

Just need some 120G cardboard, chopstick wood, glue and some patience... ;)
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