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Cars > CorvairJim’s Garage > “Phantom Stinger” > Albums > 1967 Yenko Stinger Convertible model: The Stinger that Don Yenko never built > View Photo

 

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From album 1967 Yenko Stinger Convertible model: The Stinger that Don Yenko never built by CorvairJim
The dashboard is out of the same 1969 Corvair reissue that sacrificed it's top boot. The 1967 Annual kit is the only Corvair model ever to come with an automatic shifter molded into the dashboard, so I hoard them when I can get my hands on them. This model has a 4-speed transmission, so there was no need for the Powerglide handle.
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CorvairJim
Sep 27, 2010 at 10:49 pm
Not decals, Stripes! Those stripes (that you not so surprisingly noticed given your screen name) are painted. I had to measure the stripes on an actual Stinger and compute the reduction in size to get them to scale, then cut the masking frisket to the exact width and make sure I had it placed correctly. If you look at some of the pictures of actual Stingers I included in this album, you can judge for yourself how I did.
 
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Stripes
Sep 27, 2010 at 5:30 pm
Great job on the decals!
 
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The_Dude
Sep 7, 2010 at 12:42 am
I can understand why you cut the top off it now. It looks like that missing chunk where it is would have been real hard to fix.
 

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Cars > CorvairJim’s Garage > “Phantom Stinger” > Albums > 1967 Yenko Stinger Convertible model: The Stinger that Don Yenko never built > View Photo

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