What to do with the rear window once the top was chopped posed
a bit of a problem. With the top chopped, the rear-window did not flow with
the projected lines of the car. The problem was solved by flipping it upside-down
so that the wide portion of the window is on top. This will also enhance
visibility out of the rear window and reduce the blind-spots in the rear
Once the window is tacked into place, the contour and fill
work can begin.
Flipping the window also simplifies the final contouring and
give the car a completely different look while retaining the original glass
and window channel.
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