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Found 5 results

  1. Binge watched all 4 mad max movies. So i wanted to build something different.
  2. 1955 chrysler 300

    Kind of an up date on an older post. Got some better pictures and more of them,
  3. Chrysler 300

    Came out looking great. It's a nice kit.
  4. Here's another one from my way back machine. I built this chopped top Johan '68 Chrysler 300 back in '89. It's full of all the trendy '80's style custom touches from that period. You can read all about and see more pics at the link. http://www.svensworldofwheels.com/68300page.html
  5. So i started one more kit (dont ask why lol) and some ideas popped in as i went along. I`m pretty sure it`s been done before,but it is a first time for me trying to scratch build things as frames and modify the body. The donor is the Dodge Viper GTS from AMT. Only thing left of the original frame is the mid section. I also modified the firewall to get engine enough backwards so it went clear of steering components. This again gives a lot of room in front of the engine and in real life,nice weight distribution. Well,here are some progress. Comments are welcome.