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1/25 Revell 90 Mustang Drag Car

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So glad to see the project isn't abandoned. Wish I had money for a coyote for my 1:1 though, I'm settling for a twin turbo 351. Are you gonna use a coyote from another kit (if there is one) or scratch build it?

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Nope, haven't abandoned it, just very busy at the shop (I own a chassis and fab shop)

I found a very nice resin Coyote on eBay from Outlaw Speed Shop. It came with a stock intake, Boss 302, and a Whipple.

Coyotes are pricey, I picked up one out of a supercharged Roush Mustang with one burnt piston. It's being sleeved now.

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I'm learning that I love fab work, might have to open my own shop one day. Also digging the work on the model. Does your 1:1 have both seats like that?

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Well....I installed mounts for the passenger seat, but the seat hasn't made it into the car yet !

 

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Ah, it happens! I've been considering doing the same with mine, since I do drive it on the street here and there. But idk, extra weight....

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18 hours ago, Dr Cobra said:

the cure for extra weight......more boost !!

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Almost looks like a Revlon 1800 watt blow dryer.... 😀👍

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Well at first I was painting the car car a dark blue,but that came out like garbage.So I stripped the paint,and decided to go with black.Just sprayed and clear coated the car.Im pleased with the paint,but I just hope the rest of the kit goes together just as nice.

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4 hours ago, NYLIBUD said:

Crown Vic's?

Crown Vic police cars in the background.

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