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ANovaScotian

Who needs a Keg when you've got a Six Pack

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Greetings Model Cars Forum!

It has come to my attention that I haven't posted a build here for the better part of two years!  Not saying that I haven't been busy in that time, but being a military modeller first and foremost, the cars sometimes get forgotten about.  Fear not!  I have been visiting the forum regularly and in another couple of weeks my fantasy 1962 Bel Air stock car should be finished and hot on the heels of that I have plans for a Cherry Cola Candy 1966 Pro Stock Nova.

In the meantime, you'll just have to get by with this 1970 Roadrunner I built two years ago for the 36th Ajax Model Show in Ajax, Ontario, Canada.  I even managed to wrangle a 3rd Place win in my category... Factory stock was so full it had to be split into Mopars and Non-Mopars.

I present Revell's 1/24 1970 Plymouth Road Runner with a 440 Six Pack

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Best Regards,

ANS

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Nice 70' Roadrunner yes the color combo works well together .

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Because I like you guys so much, here's a few more pictures of the Road Runner...

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Very nice clean looking build and I like the detailing in the engine compartment. Would like to see more pictures if you have them.

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Very nice build on that "road chicken" as I just finished one earlier this year. I just love dem B-body Mopars!

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 Super nice and I love the vinyl top and your front grill detailing is excellent! Mopar to ya!

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Very nice. The 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner is one of my favorite mopars.

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Great subject! Awesome color and finish. Great attention to detail.

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Nice and clean, excellent!

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