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I know that GM never made a '67 Z/28 convertible, but what if?
I used the windshield and top boot from a RS/SS (I ended up with a hardtop RS/SS)
I also detailed the wheels with silver paint and blackwashed the centers.
The tires where replaced with GMP RWL.
Lastly, the baseball sized antenna was cut and replaced with the largest part of a paper clip.
I did not do an "Eddie" :giggle on the engine just yet as I have not decided to remove the two part Maisto or tey to work with it.
 

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When did work to the engine become an "Eddie" Job?? :giggle Al, I think it looks like it came out of the box that way! The wheels look great. I do have one question though, in regards to the engine. Is yours like mine, in that Maisto seemed confused as to whether they wanted to do a big block or small block? Because the engine in my kit looks much more big-blockish when it comes to the valve covers, and especially the exhaust manifolds. A small block always had siamesed ports and Maisto clearly put on exhaust manifolds with individual ports. If you replace the engine in your Z28 convert, what will you use as a donor?
 
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