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Revell 1969 Dodge Daytona 440 Restoration

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Built this Revell 1969 Dodge Daytona 440 several years ago before I used BMF. I wanted to do a mild restoration to bring the model up to my current building standards. It originally had a white wing and white deck stripe and silver paint for trim. Changed the tires from redlines to white lettered.

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I love it Randy!  As usual, your attention to detail and the clean building is very apparent!  Excellent job!

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Your updates look great.

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Look at the SHINY :D:D:D.  How can you not love it?

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Nice!  The foil work is great, those wheelwell trims are a bear.

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You are on a restoration before I finished mine.  not sure why mine stalled but it's been over 10 years and 3 moves and 2 wives I guess since I last worked oon it.  Wonder where it is?  It will turn up again...  lol   GReat work, as usual.

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Great job. I can never see too many Daytonas or Superbirds.

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Nice one Randy. Looks really good!

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Nice work ,really like them cars ,one of my all time favorite.

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Very well done! Nice job on the foil.

WF

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VERY nice as I just love dem Mopars!

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sweet looking Daytona, looks great. fine work

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Thanks everyone. Somehow my post got posted twice.

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A real beauty Randy!

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Outstanding restoration job!!!

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Very sharp!!!!

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Randy, this has to be the best build of a Daytona I've ever seen. Everything is "just right".You used to call me or e-mail me when building a Chrysler Corp. vehicle for technical advise. You clearly don't need me in that capacity any longer. Take a well deserved bow. Dave, AKA Fury 3

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Randy, this has to be the best build of a Daytona I've ever seen. Everything is "just right".You used to call me or e-mail me when building a Chrysler Corp. vehicle for technical advise. You clearly don't need me in that capacity any longer. Take a well deserved bow. Dave, AKA Fury 3

Thanks again everyone! Dave, yes your help with Mopars helped me a lot but my knowledge of them is still very sparse.

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Thanks again everyone! Dave, yes your help with Mopars helped me a lot but my knowledge of them is still very sparse.

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a pair of Awesomeness Mopar Muscle I love it nice work !

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I built a Daytona about 30 years ago and it got lost in a flooded basement and tossed. I had put so much work into it, ah well, another one to put on the bucket list.

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