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1967 hemi gtx

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hi im new here, i see alot of awesome builds here and cant wait to see more! heres my latest build, first completed of 2007. Its the revell gtx kit, the hemi has been wired but other than that its is box stock. comments are welcome. thanks

-nick

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oh, yeah, baby! One of the coolest cars OF ALL TIME! 8)

Your version looks terrific!

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Great looking GTX, I love it in silver!!

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Very nice! That is a great kit and you did a fine job on it!

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Welcome to the forum. Great build. It really has that muscle car stance. I look forward to seeing more of your work. :)

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That is a fine looking muscle car. Very menacing. Clean build!

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Just beautiful. Great color choise.

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Looks good,did you have any issues with the kit?I need to build one of those myself.

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Sometimes simplicity can be the best attention to detail! Very nice GTX!! I bet it looks good on display.

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thanks guys, i had no problems with this build out of the box, i had to change the motor mounts to have the motor sit lower because the wires wouldnt clear the hood. but that wouldnt be a problem box stock.

-nick

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great looking build! luv to see a resin caster offer a convertible version. :D

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