Not the kind of car I normally do, because I prefer American cars that were made before 1975. However, this one was done for a friend. Thought I'd share it before mailing it to him.
First, the actual car:
The completed model. My friend wanted me to use an adhesive vinyl covering instead of colored paper on this model. With colored paper, I can print the details from my master sheets directly onto it. The vinyl, however, will not accept print when going through my copier. I had to place the master sheets onto the vinyl, and scribe the detail lines onto the vinyl by going over the master sheets with a pen. Then, I had to ink in the detail lines on the vinyl.
With colored paper, I can glue the features such as lights and grills directly onto it. With the vinyl, I had to take a razor blade, and cut and peel away from the vinyl the area where the features would be, so I could glue them to the exposed cardboard underneath.
I think this will be the last time I use self adhesive vinyl as a surface covering for my models.