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So, this is my first post in this forum, but not my first finished model.

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The color is rattle-can white, clear coated as well, but don't know why it isn't shining.

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Nice work on the T/A, they look great in white, and welcome to the forum.

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Great Subject.....Great Model...Great Build....

You got it all...Cheers...Don

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Nicely done. Got one of those myself in Sublime Green. Where did you get the license plates? I'm looking for a set of those for a current project. Building the "Vanishing Point" car.

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Looks like a clean, tight build- nice painting detail.

Welcome to the MCM forum too!

David G.

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Very very nicely done. And as David mentioned... Welcome to the MCM forum!!! ^_^

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Sweet! don't see alot painted white. One of my all time Favorite MOPARS!

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Nicely done. Got one of those myself in Sublime Green. Where did you get the license plates? I'm looking for a set of those for a current project. Building the "Vanishing Point" car.

WHOOOO!

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Nicely done. Got one of those myself in Sublime Green. Where did you get the license plates? I'm looking for a set of those for a current project. Building the "Vanishing Point" car.

These licence plates came with the kit decal sheet.

And thanks for all the good responses.

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Karl,

Sweet job! I give you credit for taking the plunge and painting it white ^_^ . I shy away from white paint jobs because EVERYTHING shows up :lol:

BTW, I was lucky enough to visit Latvia about a year ago, beautiful part of the world you live in over there. The pine forests are amazing.

Hope to see more of your builds..

Cheers, Ian

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Looks great but man I couldn't put a model that close to the edge of a building like that.One good gust of wind,and lets just say cars don't fly to well...

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Nice work buddy! I love the black n white combo.

Can I make a couple of tiny suggestions? Try sanding the seam off the tyres...it looks nicer and helps the tyre make better ground contact. The hubs on the inside of the wheels would look better in gunmetal or black, in my humble opinion.

Not disrespecting your build in any way...I love it. It's just that these tiny details make a lot of difference. I hope you don't mind me saying this.

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hope a good wind don't come by. that looks like a long drop down and i think even a muscle car like that would not survive the fall.great looking build. NOW GET IT OFF THE LEDGE.LOL :D

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This summers next big blockbuster "Car on a Ledge" staring Leonardo DeCario.In theaters soon.

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Very nice work, and a brave one to go with the white, but you did a cracking job on it, another one of my favorite Mopars, I could be tempted to build one after the Charger is finished .... Love it !!!

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Nice. I agree with everybody else, the white was a good choice for that model. A well executed build.

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