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[CUSTOM] Set up a diagram PLUS Project: Showroom Stock First Update

As the title says, I've set up a little diagram of my loose diecast cars.

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I call it Stateside Performance and Specialty Vehicles.

The Semi-Fast is the dealer's transport/parts vehicle.

That means there's 18 cars in stock at the moment.

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Aerial view (Yes, those are #2 pencils acting as the showroom border.)

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In the showroom: 2 NASCAR Chargers, Porsche 956, Ford Falcon V8 Supercar, F40, and Enzo

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3 more Ferraris in front of the showroom: F430 Scuderia, 612 Scaglietti, and 458 Spyder

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Front of the lot: Acura HSC, Lamborghini Countach, '63 T-Bird, '65 Ranchero, '68 El Camino

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Back of the lot, aka the Budget Section: '70 GTO (restoration project), Toyota Camry (Project: Showroom Stock, more below), Toyota Corolla, Volkswagen Cabrio, and the Service Dept.'s truck

Now, for that update on Project: Showroom Stock.

The Acetone Nail Polish Remover did a good job getting rid of the tampos, but it also faded the paint, so it's currently sporting a coat of marker on most of the body panels.

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Once I get the means to take it apart, and some paint pens, it's gonna get covered in a nice satin black with other colored details.

Here's what it looks like now (apologies for the bad images):

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...and the slight windshield damage caused by a very slight bit of acetone getting on it. I'll probably figure some way to fix/replace it.

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