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That's sweet. Is it yours??
 

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By any chance do you know LowcosBigBody? He showed us some pics of some Fleetwood Coupes in progress. I'm curious to see how the interior looks.
 

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the Vegas supershow was today?!?! damn time sure flies, i swear i just read about last years supershow. in any case, that is damn nice. i wish it was mine too.
 

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509Rider said:
Thats actually me I changed my name, no interior pics yet probobly by monday though.
I was wondering that. I was thinking same cars, city, might be LowCos. But the paint job on the"Coupe" is wet. Those doors must be huge. I can't wait until I can customize a ride like that.
 

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93fleetwoodlowlow said:
the Vegas supershow was today?!?! damn time sure flies, i swear i just read about last years supershow. in any case, that is damn nice. i wish it was mine too.
Its actually sunday they were just setting up, I stole these pics from layitlow.
 

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the convertible top kills the roof line of the car.... I am sure it looks better with the top down...

not really my kinda thing tho.... but lots of good work went into that car!
 

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That is an awesome car. But it would be even cooler if it was a hardtop!

My dream, if i have the money ever, is to build a Coupe 1986-92 Brougham or a 1993-94 Lincoln Town Car Coupe.
 

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Hmm, I like it. But IMO the roof slants too much towards the back. Probably has something to do with the mechanics of the system though.
 
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I~LUV~Caddys8792 said:
That is an awesome car. But it would be even cooler if it was a hardtop!

My dream, if i have the money ever, is to build a Coupe 1986-92 Brougham or a 1993-94 Lincoln Town Car Coupe.
Would it not be easier to just by an older coupe and update it? :cookoo:
 

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I LOVE these cars, particularly the beautiful convertible conversion. Only problem is the extremely tacky paint job on it that really messes with the genuinely sweet lines and, of course, the tiny little toy wheels supporting the barge.

On the other hand, from what I can see, the coupe conversions in the back are also gorgeous and look more sophisticated and like "they had been that way all along" with their "normal" color schemes.

Either way, I am trully amazed by the effort these people put into making such awesome "never been" creations out of a car that's so remarkable in the first place. Any way to get more pics? I'm DYING to see more up close and personal of each one :worship:
 

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i like the green one next to it better. The top dont look right on such a big car. But must have cost big $$$. Which the owner will never get back.
 

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509Rider said:
Its actually sunday they were just setting up, I stole these pics from layitlow.
damn, i was wanting to go to it this year but i ended up not being able to. i might go next year. did you go to it today? yeah i agree with dave, the back end of the rag slants a little and it kind of screws the look of it. other than that it looks great. how much does that conversion cost you think?
 

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I am waiting to get more pics, remember the wheels are 14s that is only one inch smaller than stock, I would not call them toy wheels as far as the paint, it is patterned out a typical lowrider look, lots of time in that paint.
 

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93fleetwoodlowlow said:
damn, i was wanting to go to it this year but i ended up not being able to. i might go next year. did you go to it today? yeah i agree with dave, the back end of the rag slants a little and it kind of screws the look of it. other than that it looks great. how much does that conversion cost you think?
I heard the conversion for the coupe is 12,000, a rag is 21,000, I am not there, missed it again this year.
 
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