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  1. Greetings, Hoping as I've had to at least get my project up on wheels before any ACME release of the same topic, this would be a Hwy. 61 based 1970 Trans Am AAR 'Cuda with resin wheels, turned aluminum outer rim lips and prototype tires intended to be done by me. The rear wheel housings were opened up to the edge of the rear subframe rails, whereas subtle work in the form of wheel arch lip reduction or removal of the same was performed to the body. A longstanding Autodynamics Challenger exists as a sister ship project, whereas it too will likely be fitted out with the tires seen in utero here. The rectangular thingy seen inside is a Wink multiple element rear view mirror. Notice too how well Hwy. 61 glass looks when polished up with pure carnauba wax. Thanks for skimming this post. Mike K.
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