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BassMan90

Member Since 11 Nov 2012
Offline Last Active Apr 07 2014 06:58 PM
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In Topic: 71 Duster,416stroked monster SB..update 12/3/12

04 December 2012 - 06:44 PM

Great build I will for sure be fallowing this one!!! 


In Topic: My first 70's pro touring challenger

03 December 2012 - 06:58 PM

PLEASE HELP... If anyone has or knows someone who has front and back glass for this kit its a 70 dodge challenger I don't like asking for help often but I really need a break here... thanks everyone!


In Topic: My first 70's pro touring challenger

30 November 2012 - 02:26 PM

So I worked on this for about an hour rattling my brain as to how I'm going to make the back suspension, Looks okay to me kinda got the idea from a simple design on a friends dirt track car. I'll have more pics soon here's a teaser!


In Topic: My first 70's pro touring challenger

30 November 2012 - 02:19 PM

I know exactly what your talking about. Wish i could help but all the extra wheels and tires I have are from DUB edition cars. Couldnt you just remove some material and run that metal rod through the center of the rear end so you could connect the wheels? You seem talented enough that your building your own frame im sure you could mod it up some how to work. I'm sure there are guys on here that could tell you how to run those wheels. Just start asking around or make a separate post about it. Good luck

Yeah I Could do that if I had the supplies, I'm just getting back into model building so I'm limited to my supplies I think I'm going to save them for a future project! 


In Topic: My first 70's pro touring challenger

30 November 2012 - 11:10 AM

For being your first it looks like your really nailing it. I personally really like the stance and wheels you had in the first post and I would agree about the red seats. Keep it up, it's looking good.
Btw, welcome to the site, lots of great projects and people here to learn from.

Thanks man, means a lot, yes I would of loved to use them but the holes were too big (if anyone has some wheels they'd be willing to part with i'd sure appreciate it, but they have to fit a normal 1:24 scale rear end like the one that comes in kits. if that makes sense) in them they actually came off of a "dub edition" dicast model car i had years ago (that was a challenger as well, you could say I like mopar) Yeah there's a ton of talent on this site!