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Buick Grand National, Intercooled turbocharged OHV V6, 3.8L/ 245 Hp.

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Looks great Pat!  I work on mine in my 76 a lot....

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8 hours ago, slusher said:

Looks great Pat!  I work on mine in my 76 a lot....

Does it look like this one?

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Bonjour Pat , your dioramas are always very neat, there are many details to see, i like !😀👍👍

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21 hours ago, slusher said:

Looks great Pat!  I work on mine in my 76 a lot....

 

11 hours ago, grodudulle77 said:

Bonjour Pat , your dioramas are always very neat, there are many details to see, i like !😀👍👍

Merci Carl and Phillippe.

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On 3/26/2020 at 9:44 PM, RAMBENNA said:

those are fantastic, great job on all.

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Ford 4.6L Triton truck engine. SOHC V8, 4.6L/220 hp.

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WOW Pat! That's an extremely nice collection of engines that shows obvious and extensive researches on colors and technical data.

Would be fun to see a Chrysler 413 Cross Ram added to your collection... Maybe you have one already and I missed it... There so many and diverse kind in this thread!?!

As other said, fantastic job on the equipments and every parts of the diorama too!!!   Cheers, Francis

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1 hour ago, AmericanMuscleFan said:

WOW Pat! That's an extremely nice collection of engines that shows obvious and extensive researches on colors and technical data.

Would be fun to see a Chrysler 413 Cross Ram added to your collection... Maybe you have one already and I missed it... There so many and diverse kind in this thread!?!

As other said, fantastic job on the equipments and every parts of the diorama too!!!   Cheers, Francis

Comme ça? I don't have one and I wonder if it was ever kitted.

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Yes! this is the right one and they are pretty cool looking... isn't it?  I thought that JoHan made one but you may be right.  Would be a good challenge st make that intake manifold from scratch...

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On 3/20/2020 at 6:54 AM, landman said:

Does it look like this one?

Yes pat your Pinto engine looks like my 76 Pinto engine...

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Dodge 2.2T. SOHC turbocharged,l4, 148 to 175 hp.

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Sweet little Mopar engine, Pat!

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7 hours ago, slusher said:

Sweet little Mopar engine, Pat!

Thanks Carl. It is from the AMT Shelby Charger kit.

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On 3/29/2020 at 3:08 PM, landman said:

Comme ça? I don't have one and I wonder if it was ever kitted.

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Yes , the 2 in the foreground are Hemis for MoPar Muscle Cars WIP's . Back Row are a '60 - '61 Chrysler 300 ; F-G WIP's . These are Modelhaus Copies of JoHan Engines . AMT placed the same Engines in Imperial Kits ? Why ?? The MoPar Green is a ''61 DeSoto Mill . Modelhaus replica of the JoHan Kit .   Thanx .. 

  PS I enjoy every Engine you Post . Top Quality stuff and I appreciate every one  .  You are another builder tempting me to stone what I build . I cannot think up a greater Kudos .  

 

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1 hour ago, dimaxion said:

Yes , the 2 in the foreground are Hemis for MoPar Muscle Cars WIP's . Back Row are a '60 - '61 Chrysler 300 ; F-G WIP's . These are Modelhaus Copies of JoHan Engines . AMT placed the same Engines in Imperial Kits ? Why ?? The MoPar Green is a ''61 DeSoto Mill . Modelhaus replica of the JoHan Kit .   Thanx .. 

  PS I enjoy every Engine you Post . Top Quality stuff and I appreciate every one  .  You are another builder tempting me to stone what I build . I cannot think up a greater Kudos .  

thanks. Now i have to go hunting.😉

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Hope you'll find one Pat!  Base on what I've seen so far I'm pretty sure you will, you are a very good hunter... of engines of course!   Keep doing your good work my freind!!!

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15 minutes ago, AmericanMuscleFan said:

Hope you'll find one Pat!  Base on what I've seen so far I'm pretty sure you will, you are a very good hunter... of engines of course!   Keep doing your good work my freind!!!

I saw one on the internet in a newer Chrysler. Kit was $179.00. I don’t think so. Will keep looking.

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1 minute ago, landman said:

I saw one on the internet in a newer Chrysler. Kit was $179.00. I don’t think so. Will keep looking.

I will keep an eye open so if I see something interesting I will contact you.  Francis

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10 hours ago, AmericanMuscleFan said:

Hope you'll find one Pat!  Base on what I've seen so far I'm pretty sure you will, you are a very good hunter... of engines of course!   Keep doing your good work my freind!!!

That is something the 3D printers should do, at least the intakes.

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Dodge V10. OHV V10, 488 cu.in./300 hp.

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With the 2.2T SOHC to the Viper V10, nobody can say that you do have a bias!  You're really dedicated to this amazing collection of engines my friend!  You do have enough horsepower to bring back the economy to its rails...

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