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1973 dodge challenger


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i used harts parts resin  73  challenger  conversion parts to restore this  preaty much fully totaled parts car  i bought for 7  dollars 
i used a revell 68 dart rear drive train  and leaf springs  since the challengers one was missing 
i  used a 70 challenger  shaker hood  and a custom  hood scoop and a front splitter  and custom twin side exhust pipes 
i used a custom shifter from my parts box 
i painted the body rust-oleum 2x gloss purple 

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  • michelle changed the title to 1973 dodge challenger

looks good. i love that aggressive nose down look

I modified a 70 AMT kit into a 74 

by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/87459383@N07/]aus_mus[/url], on Flickr

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3 hours ago, slusher said:

Real nice Challenger.  The bars on the back glass don’t belong on there but other then that very nice work Michelle..

thank you 

3 hours ago, kruleworld said:

looks good. i love that aggressive nose down look

I modified a 70 AMT kit into a 74 

by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/87459383@N07/]aus_mus[/url], on Flickr

 

thank you and nice job 

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1 hour ago, ewetwo said:

Very Nice Michelle. I like the purple with the orange in the interior. Very sharp.

 

thank you 

36 minutes ago, RAMBENNA said:

looks great, you did a super job

thank you 

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36 minutes ago, bluestringer said:

Nice. I remember that type of stance from back in the day. We would hop up that rear anyway we could, shackles on leaf springs or rubber/metal inserts on coil springs. 

thank you 

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51 minutes ago, doorsovdoon said:

Nice aggressive look on this one. Nose down, fat rubber on the rear and side pipes, that thing is ready to move! Nice.

thank you 

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