Freiburgers SuperBee

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started building a replica of my all time favorite magazine car

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more info on this car can be found here: http://www.hotrod.co...ed/viewall.html

heres the body loosely mocked up and in paint, more to come as time allows

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Close second to the Cheap Thrills Dart (c'mon... hose clamp trans mount!!!!), but I'm keeping an eye on this one anyway. B)

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Cheap Thrills Dart is on my "to-do" list in the future lol

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Close second to the Cheap Thrills Dart (c'mon... hose clamp trans mount!!!!), but I'm keeping an eye on this one anyway. B)

I had you pegged as more of a "Caddy Hack" man, Chuck. :lol:

Wow, does that hood scoop ever clash with the nose of the car, huh? :blink: Then again, what doesn't clash with the '70 nose? :D

Looking forward to seeing this one progress, Keith. ^_^

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Looking good... :rolleyes:

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I love that car too, can't wait to see your progress..

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Just wondering if you are going to flatten the tires?

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I love dem Mopars and yours is lookin' good. I looked at a 1:1 '70 Coronet R/T for sale about three years ago, but it didn't quite meet my expectations.

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Just wondering if you are going to flatten the tires?

LOL as much as id thought about it, no im not gonna flatten them

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looks like your off to a good start

dont forget to paint the little panel between the headlights to match the body

(its often overlooked)

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looks like your off to a good start

dont forget to paint the little panel between the headlights to match the body

(its often overlooked)

not all of them are painted, granted the one on this car is, but i have seen them chrome before, apparently it was part of some appearance package

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not all of them are painted, granted the one on this car is, but i have seen them chrome before, apparently it was part of some appearance package

I don't think that issue will ever be resolved. It's been debated over on the Moparts forum before, too, with no clear answer.

Are those aftermarket trans cooler lines I can see through the lower valence panel opening?

I definitely think you should do the flattened tires. That really adds a lot to the overall look IMHO, as silly as that may sound.

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Very cool ill be watching...

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Sorry, couldn't help it, Freiberger and Finnegan YouTube show by that name has gotten to be a favorite of mine :lol:

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