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"Tricky" Rickie Smith Stroh's Light Firebird Pro Stock

chris coller

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My first detailed pro stock. It was a fun and tedious build using a plethora of aftermarket parts and some scratch built parts. 


Wheels are from Dancing Bear, shift linkage and throttle linkage is from RB motion, Detail Master fittings with Pro Tech braided line, Replicas and Miniatures of Maryland distributor, scratch built wheelie bars with Future Attractions wheelie wheels and dzus plates, Scale Concepts parachute, Detail Master dzus fasteners and Top Studio fuel blocks










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On 12/16/2022 at 11:50 AM, redzed said:

detail is unbelievable - just how long did this build take ? do you have a 'real' car that you restored or race ?

About two and a half months. I used an old Super Stock magazine and what I could find online for reference 

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On 12/20/2022 at 10:52 PM, Scott Colmer said:

Very, VERY well done. Super clean. How did you get the back to sit down correctly? The stance is perfect!


Exactly what I wondered.  These kits never seem to sit quite right.  And thank you for the answer Chris. Like everybody else said fantastic build brother.  Merry Christmas Chris and  Scott and everybody else reading this!

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