Revell 2009 Dodge Challenger

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Hey. Scalefinishes Furious Fuschia, Nissan Smoke Gray, and Cobra Colors Nero Osyris Pearl paints, 20" BBS LM wheels cast by Lownslow. I'm not much for words these days so I'll let the pictures do the talking. Thanks for looking in.

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Nicely done! The time & effort made for the masking paid off.

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Very nice. Lots of masking is a pain but looks good.

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Wow!!!,great color choice and diggin' the paint design and nice choice on the wheels.

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oh man...i LOVE what you are doing with this...i am also working on a 09 challenger...havent decided what Im going to paint it yet...and I LOVE the wheel selection...looking good

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Nice color combo!

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Thanks guys! B)

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Wow ! Great job ! Nice little tutorial on masking . I think I'll try it . Thanks !

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got a link to the wheels?

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No link but he posts here regularly. I'll point him in your direction. Thanks again everyone!!! B)

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Looks good Antonio,thanks for sharing/showing you masking techniques

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Awsome!!! Holly Molly. The work you're putting into this beauty is going to pay off really good. Art like this is what I'm inspired for. Thank all the builders out there.

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Thanks guys.

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Love the color that pink is so nice

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Man that colour is awesome.i have Snake skin Green reserved for mine , If i get to it . Can't wait to see this one finished

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looking good toniio as always!

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Nice color combo.your work always looks good.

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Sharp looking Challenger. My most favorite of all the mopars. Like the color combo.

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Hey. Scalefinishes Furious Fuschia, Nissan Smoke Gray, and Cobra Colors Nero Osyris Pearl paints, 20" BBS LM wheels cast by Lownslow. I'm not much for words these days so I'll let the pictures do the talking. Thanks for looking in.

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Nice. What color is that on the Riviera in the background?

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