This car papercraft is designed by Sas. The Alfa Romeo 156 is a compact executive car introduced by Italian automaker Alfa Romeo at the 1997 Frankfurt Motor Show as the replacement for the Alfa Romeo 155. Cars were assembled at Fiat Group factory in Pomigliano d’Arco, Italy and General Motors facility in Rayong, Thailand. Between 1997 and 2005, 680,000 156s were produced, a huge success for the brand.
The 156 was available in saloon and estate ‘Sportwagon’ bodystyles with seven engine configurations and it went through two facelifts, first in 2002 and second in 2003. The Sportwagon advertising campaign was made with Hollywood actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.
The 156 saloon was discontinued late in 2005 in Europe, the four-wheel drive Q4 Crosswagon was produced to the end of 2007. The 156 was replaced with 159, which also spawned the Brera, the two door coupe that replaces the Alfa Romeo GTV along with its convertible sister the new Spider.
About this vehicle paper model:
Please cut out along the line.
Left portion of the light, please turn off to leave the white part above the light.
Fender part before, you may cut the margin to paste up. Please put the notch cut is not only overlap width portion, to the portion of line on the side of the body.
Make a circle Paste the first part of the front and back.
Turn on the fold lightly in the corner of the front and back.
Give a crease on the inside portion of the line lightly on the side.
Turn on the crease at the border of the ceiling and windows.
Turn on the fold lightly trunk, hood also.
The trunk section, first put on the inside portion of the left and right ears, such as trunk, covered with a side on it, cover it over the trunk.
The front is handled from the tip of the side (front side of the cut).
Put the side to overlap width on the light, (so as to overlap a little) the remaining portion of the cover, paste the bonnet while adjusting the surface afterwards.
Repeated by adding and subtracting this part of the line will change.
Before and after the crucifixion from the back window at the end, the lid is completed.
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