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this is the last of the rebuilders i had custom decals made for i painted this krylon shimmer metallic green shimmer i used white primer instead of the black primer i used on  my  69 cougar  so the grren was much lighter instead of dark green it was on the cougar 
the only thing i wish the hood fit right 

 

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I like those stripes! The green looks very good on this Charger!

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17 minutes ago, Classicgas said:

That's nice.

thanks 

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7 minutes ago, Bucky said:

I like those stripes! The green looks very good on this Charger!

thank you 

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1 hour ago, Bucky said:

I like those stripes! The green looks very good on this Charger!

Me too! 

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37 minutes ago, dragmodels44 said:

Good job Michelle. Keep building!

thank you 

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57 minutes ago, shoopdog said:

Nice!

thanks 

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38 minutes ago, Hmann68 said:

Nice!!

thank you 

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Color is fitting this car nicely; looks like something that would have been offered with the "high impact" colors of yesteryear!

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5 hours ago, bisc63 said:

Color is fitting this car nicely; looks like something that would have been offered with the "high impact" colors of yesteryear!

thank you 

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1 hour ago, PappyD340 said:

Very nice Michelle!

thanks 

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A tip that might come in handy next time, test fit things like the hood before painting, if it doesn't fit, put it under some hot water and it often becomes soft enough to be bent into shape until it fits. But I like your build!

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7 hours ago, Classicgas said:

Looking forward to what you do with a fresh kit.

i have done  one  that fresh kits the 71 duster i did   was a new kit  
and i have  a few others i am working one that were unbuilt kits one a 74 road runner that i did a wheels swap  with a  custom set of tires and rims from another  unbuilt kit a 62 thunder bird and i have a un built 70 road runner  that i am moding into the 70 rr rts show car and a unbuilt 71 gtx i am moding into the the 71 rr rts showcar  and a unbuilt 69 dart kit i am moding into the 69 dart swinger 340 concept car i also have a unbuilt original  76 matador kit i am working on and a unbuilt  75 dart sport kit that amt/ertl mis labled as a 75 duster hard top that i modded into a 75 duster 

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4 hours ago, ewetwo said:

Looks sharp in that color. Nice.

thanks 

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4 hours ago, Cpt Tuttle said:

A tip that might come in handy next time, test fit things like the hood before painting, if it doesn't fit, put it under some hot water and it often becomes soft enough to be bent into shape until it fits. But I like your build!

thank you 

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Awesome work. Love the color. Your paint work has come a long way. I love it and keep up the good work.

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