That one brings back memories. A friend had a red '67 fastback back in the day. It was a 273 Power Pack with a torqueflite. "Day Two could not come fast enough for him, as he and his Dad installed a set of Hooker Fender well Headers, a Mallory Rev-Pol Ignition Box, and a set of Cheater Slicks the day after they brought it home from the dealer, and they were at the track that weekend running the brackets. He came home with the trophy that night too, as he said the car was super consistent, and quick off of the line.
Thanks for all of the replies on this one, which has a very special place. When I was painting it, I received the call from my uncle that my father passed. I had to finish it in a style that would do him proud. He would have loved it. I just finished another glue-bomb. I hope to photograph it, and post it this weekend. My photo bucket is not working properly, so I have to use another posting site.
I have no problem with most of the kit parts sellers. I do a lot of restorations, and with The Modelhaus closing down, and having a huge backlog, this may be the wave of the future. I tend to seek out new, or lightly used original parts, and the people I buy from has been really helpful to my projects. However, those parts sellers who want ridiculous prices for their parts will not get any of my business .
I have a R&R Resin '68 Hardtop' which is not too bad.I adapted an AMT '68 Road Runner Chassis and running gear. I also did the same thing to a R&R '68 Charger R/T and a Modelhaus '70 Charger R/T. None of them are built yet, just awaiting their turn.