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Don Grotheer 1970 Cuda

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Looks great. You did a great job. Thanks for sharing. I built one the other year and had to paint all the colors on it. Did you or were you able to get the Slixx decals?

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very, very, nice build here , Roger....one of the nicest early pro stock Mopars  in my book......terrific work....best,,,the Ace....:D

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Well done Roger.  I saw over on the "Show us your Mopars" thread you have a great collection. 

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Outstanding.

 

I assume the sides are decals and top artwork is paint ?

if so what colors did you use ,,it looks like it matches the side pretty well

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Thank you all for the comments.

My first try was with paint but the blue cracked and crazied badly. This one is slixx decals with testors Hemi Orange on dupli-color medium blue BFM0382.

It took a bunch of micro set to get the decals the behave but overall I happy with how it turned out.

I will say fitting the chassis into the body on this kit is quite a chore as it fits real tight.

Again, thanks for the kind words.

 

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I think you nailed it! Thanks for sharing.

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That turned out great, What kit did you use? and where did you get the wheels? Good luck on your next project, Rick

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Great result Roger.  Always loved that period of pro stock and one of my all time favorites was the Motown Missile.  What's on deck next for you?  cheers, tim

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Rick, it is the new Revell Sox & Martin kit.

The wheels are from forward resin off of ebay.

Tim, I am working on a Ramchargers Duster and getting ready to try a 70 Motown Missile Challenger.

Thanks

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