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Michael Kröger

1978 Dodge Monaco Brougham 1/25

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Hallo

I am new in this Forum.

Send you Today Pics from my Last Build. a 1978 Dodge Monaco Brougham.

Build from the MPC Dukkes of Hazzard Kit.

Ad some extra parts.

Interieur is most Scrach, the Hubcaps are turned Aluminium with Aloy Steel Spokes and the rear lights are new. The Kit parts are for an 78er Plymouth and not correct.

Hope you like it!

Greatings

Michael Kröger

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That is a great looking model Michael.  Welcome to our plastic playground.

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WOW!  THose wheelcovers are beautiful!  The rest of the car is as well, but those wheelcovers blow me away!  Welcome to the forum.  

 

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That is very Nice. I would love to get a set of those wire wheel covers mouldings and tail lamps.

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That is a beautiful showroom stock type build. The vinyl roof and interior look perfect. After seeing so many of these as Police Cars or Taxis it's nice to see a top of the line model.  

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Nice work Michael! Are you the guy who sells the Mopar Volcano hub caps on ebay?

 

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Awesome job,  beautiful work,  impressive job on the hubcaps  !

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Looks like it was pulled straight from a 1978 factory catalog. :)

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Nice work Michael! Are you the guy who sells the Mopar Volcano hub caps on ebay?

 

;) Bingo

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Excellent craftsmanship. Well done, and welcome to the forum. Post more models please

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I remember when I was 17 I went to a used car lot and was going to buy one of those (except blue with a blue top) but someone did a spray can rebuild on it, even sprayed the carburetor black. Naturally I passed on that.

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Outstanding Dodge! The vinyl top is just perfect, as are the other details built into this.

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Now THAT is nice! Many years ago, I owned a '76 with this body style......it did NOT look this sharp!

Welcome to the forum, and I ordered a set of your volcano hubcaps not long ago........they are that nice! B)

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Looks like it was pulled straight from a 1978 factory catalog. :)

I agree. Wow!

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Absolutely fabulous. I cant see anything, that needs to be built better on this Dodge. Oh well if there was the engine under the hood, but this is just great as it is.

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