Hurst Hemi Dart

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Not meant to be an exact replica but rather simply inspired by Mickey Weise's Hurst Hemi '68 Dart. In 1972 this car ran with a color scheme similar to this before it was painted the more familiar red with white side panels. Thanks for looking, KB

68Dart009.jpg

68Dart022.jpg

Engine11.jpg

Backpanel2.jpg

Interior6.jpg

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Very nice!

I really like the engine detail.

What did you use to make the screens for the carb stacks?

Great Job!

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nice!! always up for a good mopar build!

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I like this a lot . My favourite things :

- You scrapped the brake booster ;

- The detail painting of the alternator (an all-too-often overlooked item !!) ;

- The overall quality of the build .

Very nice !!

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very nice i like everything about it

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Sharp Dart.

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Fantastic build, nice and clean!

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Oh yeah. Clean and SHINY :) :) :)

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Great looking build and pics as well!

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VERY nice.

I wasn't aware he ran a gold colored car .

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Not meant to be an exact replica but rather simply inspired by Mickey Weise's Hurst Hemi '68 Dart. In 1972 this car ran with a color scheme similar to this before it was painted the more familiar red with white side panels. Thanks for looking, KB

68Dart009.jpg

68Dart022.jpg

Engine11.jpg

Backpanel2.jpg

Interior6.jpg

Real nice job love the color and what you done to it.By the way did you make the decals yourself and if so what program did you use to do it.

John Pol

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This build turned out GREAT!!! nice, clean, neat build... I especially like the shot from rear...

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Excellent build. That's a great looking model.

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Ken......GREAT build!!!!!

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Sssssanitary!!!! Nicely detailed, too. Pretty near flawless, I'd say. That's how these cars should be done.

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Great job on that Hemi Dart as it looks awesome!

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WOW!!!! That's nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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This is beautiful, paint job looks very smooth and shiny, great detail on the engine bay and I like those decals & Paint scheme a lot.

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Nice clean build Ken B)

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Thanks for all the positive comments guys!

Roger, the screens are 100 mesh stainless. They don't really accurately represent anything on the real car. I just thought they looked good.

John, the decals are by Lucas and the link in gtx's post above will lead you there. For anyone who likes vintage drag racing, they have a great selection of decals. They are extremely thin and fragile but I think the quality is as good as any around.

Thanks again, KB

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Thanks for the reply.

I really like decals by Lucas also, unfortunately I have been waiting 3 months for my last order and my last email has gone unanswered.

I hope Rick is ok as i have always had good luck with them in the past.

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