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1964 Dodge 330 426 Max Wedge

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This is my '64 Dodge 330 with a 426 Max Wedge engine. Paint is Tamiya TS-30 Silver Leaf with a Russet interior.

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Nice job Mike! What's next?

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Turned out great! Looks like you got all the parts aligned - I noticed on my 330 the interior tub and inner fenders are kind of "mysterious" locations on the instructions and don't really have locating pins on the body. Thanks for posting the WIP and finished project!

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Looks good finished up, Mike. I think the Silver/Red combo looks very nice together, and the 426 Max Wedge looks right at home in the fenderwells.

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Nice car :). I bet it could burn the rear tires right off the wheels.

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Really sharp Mopar, Mike!

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Thanks guys!

Turned out great! Looks like you got all the parts aligned - I noticed on my 330 the interior tub and inner fenders are kind of "mysterious" locations on the instructions and don't really have locating pins on the body. Thanks for posting the WIP and finished project!

Erik, I glued the interior into the body before I added the chassis. Since there are no really mounting points on the chassis for the interior, mounting it to the body was the logical way to go.

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