That's going to be a hard one. You may have to "cut and shut' a couple of cars into one !
As a very young slotracer in the depths of Woking in Surrey, I had occaision to hand carve a limmo from a picture in the "Observers book of Cars" It was the last entry in the book and was called a ZIL. It was a russian diplomatic Limmo and was made about 1960. I carved it in wood and then moulded it in fibreglass and let my imagination do the rest! not bad for a 14 year old!
The car had two MRRC 5 poles end to end with a 3/4" gap between them.
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