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1970 Dodge Challenger

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Hi all! It's been quite a while since I posted any progress on any of my models. I recently set up a new model desk and finally finished up my Dodge Challenger, so here are some studio pictures of the finished build. Enjoy!

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Nice.. Interesting color combo, really snaps.. Was this a factory color option, I don't know much about factory paint schemes, just curious..

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VERY Different. looks good and very clean......... 

Nice.. Interesting color combo, really snaps.. Was this a factory color option, I don't know much about factory paint schemes, just curious..

No that wasn't a factory color option!

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Really good build and nice pictures too. I would like to know what camera and lights you used to get them so realistic?

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Nice.. Interesting color combo, really snaps.. Was this a factory color option, I don't know much about factory paint schemes, just curious..

Thanks for the comment. The paint job was actually inspired by the Kia Provo Concept from a couple of years ago:

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Oh ya that is cool, can the roof be removed?

Thanks, and yes I left the roof removable, I will take some more pictures soon with the top off to show the interior. 

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Really good build and nice pictures too. I would like to know what camera and lights you used to get them so realistic?

The setup is very simple, the model is sitting on a large piece of black glossy paper, with a matte black paper as a backdrop. I have an LED bicycle headlight which I basically just hold in my hand and try to find different lighting positions as I snap pics, keeping the room lights off. The camera is a Nikon D5500 with an 18-140mm zoom lens on a tripod and I use a remote for the camera to trigger the shutter. I will post a picture of my setup when I get a chance. 

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