70 SILVERBIRD

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Hi There

Here are some Pic,s of one of my Latest builts

It,s the Monogram 70 Superbird with a lot of modifications i do on this Thing

i Realy love Superbirds......for me one of the Greatest Car,s ever in this Ära :D

Hope you like it

Uwe

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Here are some Outside pic,s

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Very nice! Love the stance!

Mike

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WOW!

That's one of the best engine compartments I've ever seen.

Thanks,

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HOLY SCHUTZI , Ewe! That is TOOOO cool! You guys over in Europe sure do got a good hold on American Street Machines! That engine compartment is just too much! Where you been Ew? I see you didn't just join, so quit beein so stingy an share some more pics of your builds, they sure are worth it! The Silver Bird is too much! :D;)

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This is the best looking super bird i have seen in years, the engine compartment detailing is very impressive, the interior is well detailed and very clean the paint is just perfect.

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Man what a Nice clean Build.. I Like it...

that engine compartment is a thiong of Beauty.. Must have taken a little time doing that..

Thumbs Up.

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OUTSTANDING!!

I love super detailed Hemi's!! :D

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WOW! I have always loved Superbirds and this one is just amazing. Wonderful job, and that engine compartment is ... words can't describe how great that is. Is it possible to get some info on that kit (if it is a kit)? Just out of curiosity, what scale is that?

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OUTSTANDING!!!!!!!! The outdoor photos, could be a candidate for REAL or MODEL. Nice job, man.

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Mike, it looks like the 1/24th Monogram kit. A nice kit in of itself and a lot more accessible (and cheaper) than the old Johan one. :D

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I love it pro streeted, but think these big birds fit into the more modern pro touring catagory better. With that out of the way, this is a beautiful build!!!! It looks real, and to me that is an accomplishment in itself. Very nice build all the way!!!

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:D That's 1:24th scale? WOW again, the detail and craftsmanship is again complemented, that much detail in a 1:24th is AMAZING.

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I thought it was real at first. Wonderful detail on this one.

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looks great love the detail wow!!!!!

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Sweet build - excellent work!!

...I love super detailed Hemi's!! :D

Yeah, but is the wiper motor correct? ;)

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Yeah, but is the wiper motor correct? :D

;) ;) :lol:

Yup! His certainly is!! :lol:

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Yowzuh! That's an amazing build; breathtaking detail and scale realism from every angle. If you start building traditional rods and customs, I'll have to give up and go back to 72nd scale WW2 planes!

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Wow! This thing is bad *ss! Definitely love the detail of the engine. Kudos for a very nice build. B)

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That is a bad Mopar. So fresh and so clean. Very nice indeed!

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Wow, I thought you actually shrunk a real superbird. that engine compartment is unbelievable!!! Excellent work you have quite the talent!!!

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That is one super clean flawless build. The Hemi setting in the middle of that engine bay is perfect...good enough to fool most people into thinking that it is the real deal. It has been a while since your last post, so I guess we know what you have been doing between then and now. I love the stance and the huge rear tires. I can see absolutely no mistake on this car...I mean the vinyl roof looks perfect. Well done. Coming from Germany, I would love to see you tackle a Bimmer or Porsche with this kind of precision.

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WOW VERY BEAUTIFULLY DONE B) B) :wub: I don't think I have ever seen a Cleaner & Highly Detailed fullsize Superbird, let alone an engine compartment, heck not even at a Ferrett Jipsome Auction :blink::o

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I call B.S. there is no way that is a scale model, that has got to be real. VERY impressive. B)

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That is one super clean flawless build. The Hemi setting in the middle of that engine bay is perfect...good enough to fool most people into thinking that it is the real deal. It has been a while since your last post, so I guess we know what you have been doing between then and now. I love the stance and the huge rear tires. I can see absolutely no mistake on this car...I mean the vinyl roof looks perfect. Well done...

I'll second that, and everything that everyone else said, too!

That is one beautiful model!!

Thanks for sharing!!

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Come on!!! Posting a real car!!!

Kidding!! AWESOME BUILD!!!!!!!!!!

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