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1964 Plymouth Belvedere drag car


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I finished this build last week, and it looked pretty weird with the way it sat in the rear. Just way too high. So I decided to correct the stance before posting. I was going to change the rear tires altogether, but decided to leave them on since it sits better than it did. I really think a better choice could have been made for the scoop also. 

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Love everything about this build!! Clean execution, details where they matter most, stance. Beautiful job all around. Only nit-pick would be to remove the wipers, leaving only the posts, as they likely would have been blown off during the first pass down the strip anyhow! Love it,man!

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