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Trendsetta68

1970 Rare Green Charger

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Just completed this FJ6 Charger a few weeks ago. I've been waiting on the white side stripes for a month to no avail ...
So I decided to post it anyway ... I added a 440 instead of the kits Hemi engine and the rare M51 power sunroof.(Only
a 112 were built with this option.)

Door locks, radio antenna, and a window sticker were a few items that I added as well.
I also added a close but not perfect M91 Luggage rack...another not to often seen option.
It sports a V1W white vinyl roof which was supposed to bring out the side stripes ... :-)
The deck lid was cut out and a few minor details were added...
The front grill has the black surround added as well, by making a template then cutting it
out of black electrical tape.

 

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WOW, Very nice build and I like your color choices as well as modifications and detail to your '70 Charger build. I just love dem B-body Mopars!

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Very, very NICE.  Just promise us that when you get the stripes you'll post more photos.  It's gonna look GREAT!

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Stunning craftsmanship here, very nicely done...

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Awesome work!

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Wow outstanding, my that is nice, great trunk detailing.

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It is gorgeous

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Would love to have done something like that with mine, but I don't have the money to throw around to get all the parts to do it.  Absolutely beautiful.  Something I'd love in my collection.

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Wow sweet ride ....like the sun roof !

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very very amazing work 

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Wow! Beautifully done!

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Awesome! I love all your added details.

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Looks fantastic, love all the added detail.

David G.

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Looks like the real deal.

 

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Really great looking work. A note on electrical tape - If it was stretched at all, it will try to return to it's original shape. That's why it's so good when wrapped around something. It tightens. But on a flat surface, not so much. The adhesive isn't good enough to hold it on a flat surface.

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Great result and certainly not a "typical" Charger for a change. I especially like what you did to the trunk. Does it only look like that on the photos, or did you not open the exhaust pipes?

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That is beautiful.    It does look real

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Super work! Looks real!

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14 hours ago, berr13 said:

Very, very NICE.  Just promise us that when you get the stripes you'll post more photos.  It's gonna look GREAT!

agreed.

it Looks gorgeous.

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Wow nice work .. looks great.. almost every option under the sun.. great details and super clean 

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very, very impressive.  I love the hood spring detail, never would have thought of that.

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Tony, I'm droolin' all aver everything lol. That absolutely rocks.B)

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Very nice work! :)

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