The 4-seater Karmann cabrio's hood is bulky, and very much in the tradition of the great German cabriolets of the 1930s. As I've fashioned mine from Milliput, it's also quite heavy, and negates the advantage of the lightweight polystyrene body.
¿Has probado de hacer estas cubiertas con algún tipo de tejido?.
Hay tejidos plásticos (o cualquier otro material sintético) muy finos y con una textura que puede servir para estas cosas. Suelen ser tejidos intermedios de otro objeto. Por ejemplo, desmonta una mascarilla, un pañal, etc. Todo es cuestión de mirar a tu alrededor.
Have you tried making these covers with any type of fabric?
There are plastic fabrics (or any other synthetic material) very fine and with a texture that can be used for these things. They are usually intermediate tissues of another object. For example, remove a mask, a diaper, etc. It's all a matter of looking around you.
Mmm interesting... how many times a year can you open the hood of a cabrio/spyder car in UK? I mean without suffering the weather.
Many years ago, when in high school, a fríend on mine had a Chrysler Shadow cabrio and he used to give me a ride to school, but in Winter time by early morning, we hated the cold in the car even with the hood on, as it didnt make great difference...
Unusually warm weather across the HR2 postal district has proved excellent for drying paint quickly, and for increasing grumpiness throughout the farming community. Three weeks ago it was too wet "to do anything" and now it's too dry.
I shall ignore their BS, as I've been doing for many decades, and get on with my Beetle, which is more important, and plausible.
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