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1969 Charger Daytona

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Just completed my 1969 Charger Daytona. Painted it about 10 years ago and never got around to finishing it until now. I believe it was painted with MCW Light Turquoise and then clear coated and polished alittle bit. Keith Marks decals for the stripe since kit decals were messed up. Used the kit supplied 440 instead of the kit hemi. Not everything came with a hemi back in the day. Tires are AMT Parts Pak White Walls with kit supplied wheels.

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One of the nicest paint jobs I've seen on this forum, I love that colour! The car just looks amazing, very well done.

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Great looking paint finish and I like the color also. Very cleanly trimmed. 

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Nice looking Charger.  Color is great.  Are those turn signals in the hood?  Seems like they would be mildly annoying.

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Very nice Daytona. That color is amazing and looks perfect on there.

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Love the color and, well, everything about this build. Paint looks flawless.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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She's stunning.  Great color.  I did mine in that as well but  went with a white interior.  Only 2 Daytonas were done in turquoise with white interior.  Not sure how many had turquoise and black. 

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Love the color rare combo .....Nice work !

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Beautiful Paint and trim work !  Very nicely done !

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Thank you all for the comments. I hate not having any work to do but, I am grateful for the time for modeling. It's been a while since I've been sleeping to get much time for models. I do want to get back to work though.

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Very nice! How did you do the black stripping on the nosepiece? 

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11 hours ago, Snake45 said:

Very nice! How did you do the black stripping on the nosepiece? 

Thanks. It's molded raised up, i taped along the each and brush painted it, untaped and done

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10 minutes ago, jjsipes said:

Thanks. It's molded raised up, i taped along the each and brush painted it, untaped and done

Very cool, thanks! B)

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