The designers at World Works Games must really like this model as it is one of their most ubiquitous vehicles, appearing as a taxi, a police car, and, in slightly modified forms, a hearse and a stretch limousine, as well as the sedan cars shown here. Hey, if you have a winning design then stick with it!
These cars appear in the Mayhem Bank set in the colour schemes shown here, blue and crimson. There is also a kitbash set of Sedan Cars designed by Bob Cooper, which offers a further eight colour schemes - black, blue (a different shade to the one shown here), green, pink (yes, honestly!), purple, red, white and yellow. I have not made any of these yet but they are on my "to do" list. I just wanted to get these two under my belt first before I start on the rest of the fleet.
As you can see, these are four-door sedan cars. You can see from this side-on view how the back of the car is raised higher than the front.
This rear view shows how the sides of the car are sloped, narrow at the top and wider at the bottom. Sadly, they both come with the same number plates. ABC123 is not the most imaginative of number plates, now is it? Still, as this is my only gripe about the model I can't grumble.
This is a fairly easy vehicle to make and I made these in two to three hours. Having made them, I can fully understand why the WWG designers like this vehicle so much. Its simple design lends itself to conversion and modification. The bigger your gaming board, the more of these you will need to populate your roads. I know myself that these two are not enough for me and I will be making the other eight variants to add to my motor pool. Next time, I'll take a look at the taxi variants of this wonderful model.