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#1 stevez

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Posted 25 August 2010 - 09:40 AM

Besides sanding off the charger scrips on body & dash, and getting aftermarket superbee decals, what are the changes that need to be made (those that are visible to the eye on a model that is)? Thanks for any help!

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Posted 03 September 2010 - 10:55 PM

Or- if you choose to go with optional body colored bumpers the louvered taillights would be correct

The Super Bee needs to have the R/T only door "vents" filled and uses a different hood

Engine for the Bee should be a 340, 383, 440 Six Pack, or Hemi rather than the R/T's base 440 4 barrel

Hidden headlights weren't available with body colored bumpers as the factory front was coated with a plastic and had less clearance for the doors

The Street Machine version engine builds into a nice street Hemi if you add some parts ie exhaust manifolds, non AC belts and pulleys from another source. The engine in that kit is not based on the 1:1 wedge block conversions- AMT just took a bunch of shortcuts producing the kit