1969 Johan Roadrunner

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used AMT 69 GTX interior, chassis, and motor/transmission

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Looks GREAT Keith!!!

The Johan body looks MUCH better than the AMT offering...

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Wow! Beautiful Mopar.

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Nice clean build. Good foil work.

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The stance is just right for that car. Well done!

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Oh that is just so nice the wheels and tires are perfect

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Looking real good, perfect stance :)

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Awesome. B)

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Nice clean build. Good foil work.

lol thanks but it isnt foil, its a silver sharpie

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I like.

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SHINY :) :) :) RULES!. Gorgeous Mopar that sits just right.

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SHINY :) :) :) RULES!. Gorgeous Mopar that sits just right.

I* agree , shiny rules . Nice build . Just right . Thanx ..

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Boy, AMT sure blew it when they did their Roadrunner body when you compare it to the Jo Han unit! Great job, and the Mickey Thompson Indy SS tires on the back belong there.

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Since I'm building a '69 GTX kit, Keith, I was wondering what you did for the stance. Lower the front or kick up the rear? Obviously the rear panel that the comes in the GTX kit wasn't used in your build and I like the cleaner look. Did you do anything there or just leave the part off? I did my grill like you did but I'm going to steal the blacked area that you did to the tailllight doors. Sorry - but at least you know.

Once again - gorgeous build.

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Sweet. Great job.

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Since I'm building a '69 GTX kit, Keith, I was wondering what you did for the stance. Lower the front or kick up the rear? Obviously the rear panel that the comes in the GTX kit wasn't used in your build and I like the cleaner look. Did you do anything there or just leave the part off? I did my grill like you did but I'm going to steal the blacked area that you did to the tailllight doors. Sorry - but at least you know.

Once again - gorgeous build.

in regards to lowering the front the answer is very simple, i cut the mount for the wheel backs off the front spindles and superglued them back on higher up

as for the body, its actually a Johan Roadrunner body, i still have the GTX body with the rear panel piece that ill eventually use for something

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Perfect stance and color, and the 6-BBL hood/scoop always looks good on a '69. Nicely done, Keith. :)

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Looks "just right" with that color. I like it.

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Looks great! Back in high school one of my buddies had a 69 with the 383 in it. Always loved that RR sound!

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Boy , that's pretty ! JoHan definetly got that body right !

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Nice Road Runner I used the AMT on my JoHan too.

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nice very cool build, car looks awesome from paint to stance,you nailed it

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Superb looking Roadrunner.

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Thats a real clean build....Slusher

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B)

A real beauty!

Nicely done!

Thank You for sharing

Later

Russ

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