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1970 Challenger T/A


Keef
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This is just a project I’ve been working on for a few years off and on. Life gets in the way and sometimes I just stand at my bench looking at everything lol. I’m also posting this to see if pics show up from my iPhone or not. 

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5 hours ago, Oldcarfan27 said:

I enjoy the color choices. Looks good so far.

May I suggest continuing the 2-tone theme into the back seat area. Rear panels and seats look unfinished this way.

Good eye and good catch. I have been working on this thing off and on for awhile now, I’m sure it was on my to-do list and just got overlooked. Thanks for reminding me 👍🏻

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49 minutes ago, Bball said:

I'm loving the body color! I'm really loving the detail on the carbs on the engine. Keep it up! Excellentt work!

I try to do something new/different with every build. I drilled the carbs out and found these little rivet things at Michael’s a couple years ago. Thanks for the compliment. The paint is a factory Jeep color called Rescue Green

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On 9/19/2021 at 9:35 AM, Keef said:

This is just a project I’ve been working on for a few years off and on. Life gets in the way and sometimes I just stand at my bench looking at everything lol. I’m also posting this to see if pics show up from my iPhone or not. 

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Nice and by the body pictures you molded the front pan..Very nicely done..Most should mold the pan in for a better look..

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32 minutes ago, moparfarmer said:

Nice and by the body pictures you molded the front pan..Very nicely done..Most should mold the pan in for a better look..

Yessir that’s one thing that drives me nuts!! The front pan on these Mopar kits has to be molded in to look right !!!

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On 9/20/2021 at 3:31 PM, Keef said:

I try to do something new/different with every build. I drilled the carbs out and found these little rivet things at Michael’s a couple years ago. Thanks for the compliment. The paint is a factory Jeep color called Rescue Green

Being a Jeep guy, I am familiar with that shade- it looks great on a Jeep, and looks great on your Mopar build as well.

Did you use a can of Mopar touch up spray, or was it colour matched airbrush paint? It looks like it laid down very nicely for you, and was thinking about using that colour on a :gulp: '37 Ford build in the future.

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2 hours ago, gman said:

Being a Jeep guy, I am familiar with that shade- it looks great on a Jeep, and looks great on your Mopar build as well.

Did you use a can of Mopar touch up spray, or was it colour matched airbrush paint? It looks like it laid down very nicely for you, and was thinking about using that colour on a :gulp: '37 Ford build in the future.

I actually had it mixed in a spray can at my local automotive paint store, rather pricy but I have plenty left over for other projects 

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