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DumpyDan

Super Bee into a wagon

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I was looking around my model room thinking of what I felt like working on and while going through a box of old built ups I found a  Monogram Super Bee from the 90's.  So I went to the internet and looked up a Cornet Wagon and thought I would try this, and this is how far I am on the build.  Thanks for looking.

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I like your progress! I used to have a 68 Coronet wagon.

When the 66-67 B-bodies were updated in 68 the 2 and 4 door models got a slight top chop but the wagon and convertible models did not. This should not be an issue with your build since the Monogram 69 Coronet has always looked a little tall to my eye.

Carmak

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Thanks for the info Craig, also great pictures they even help.

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Very cool Idea Dan, I`m going to be building a model of my 66 Fury 1 wagon I used to own.  I`m going to start with a cherry rag top I picked up a while back... I`ll be watching your build, Thanks for sharing....

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What a cool, fun thing to do! I've occasionally seen coupes/sedans of various makes/years converted into sedan deliveries and wagons, but never a Super Bee, and never from scratch! I also like how you're keeping the style of it within the Dodge family/era by referencing that Coronet wagon.

I'm currently working on converting a Monogram 58 T Bird into a chopped sedan delivery. I have plans to make it look like a custom from the late 50's by painting it similar to Larry Watson's iconic 58 T Bird. I'll post pics in 'On The Workbench' soon. 

Looking forward to seeing more of your progress!

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A very cool creation! Looking forward to seeing more of this one!

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