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mrmike

McNally's 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8

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This is McNally's 2009 Challenger SRT8 painted with Dupli-Color Forest Green Pearl with a Tamiya TS-29 Semi-Gloss Black interior.  The tires are from the Revell '65 Chevelle SS396 kit.

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Now see that, I knew you'd get her done and done nicely.

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Fantastic build!the color really suits the car.

Edited by kelson

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Great looking Challenger Mike!!!

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Very nice build Mike.

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Came out great... That Challenger is a real head turner

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Love these cars. Great looking build. Thanks for sharing

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That looks good. The factory should have offered the one-to-one in that color combination It is classy.

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Man that is one sharp Challenger you've got yourself there Mike!!! That turned out spectacular after all the troubles you had with it there at the end!!! You pulled that one off nicely bud.

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Thank you everyone!  When I have a build with a story, it feels really special for me.  The issues I had during final assembly, were mostly of my own doing and putting this build aside for a few days allowed me to refocus my abilities and finish it the way I had envisioned it.  The dark green color is a nod to the cars driven by Steve McQueen in Bullitt and by Robert Urich in Spenser For Hire.  I have noticed the lack of color in new cars today and I am starting to dislike silver, black, and white for car colors and I long for the colors that more or less stand out like yellow or green.  

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Very nice Mike

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Thank you John!

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