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John Teresi

Chip King`s: "Shark Mouth" Daytona Pro Mod -new project 8/3/12

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Hello.......this is on the work bench........ Chip King`s : "Shark Mouth" Daytona Pro Mod........I am 100% sure I will make mistakes....... but,thats the way the big ball bounces.........but, I wiil try my best........ Flashpoint resin body,wheels,tires and parts........I am also using my good friend Paul Rowe`s engine and trans.........thanks for looking.

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This is gonna be another excellent build. I can't wait to see it, 1:1 Car does have awesome paint job, I can't wait to see that in 1/16 Scale.

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Oh John!!! this is going to be a very exciting build my friend. So glad to see you doing another 1/16th build. I can't wait to follow along on this one. I know you will knock this out of the park like the rest of your builds.

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Holy ###### John. I can see right now I'm going to need more note paper. Really looking forward to this one.

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Hello.......after checking out Mr. Clay Kemp`s SUPERB chassis for his 1/16 Camaro Pro Mod. ......I decided to try and make one like his ......mine won`t have all the fancy brass stuff........I don`t have that kind of money.......so I will scratch build everything.......I did a little work on the chassis today........cleaned some flash off the body and opened the doors......I will do more work on the chassis tonight.......thanks for looking.

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Surely this will be another great build I can learn a lot of.

Fantastic detailed pic's help getting the ratio right.

Keep it coming, please.

Mark

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Hello........thank you all for the kind comments.......I did a little more work on the chassis........I made some brackets for the Mark William`s rear end......made some seat mounts using "Pro Tech" linkage brackets.........made a drive shaft loop.......and a hand brake.......I will do some more work on the chassis tonight.......thanks for looking.

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