Mopar cars that should be cast!

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Lets see if it go's. Just for the Mopar guys.

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How about a truck.

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You have no idea how bad I want an ACCURATE '68 Barracuda. After all, it was the original Hemi Barracuda. Spin-off's include anything in the Hemi shoot-out series, Hemi under Glass, and of course Ronnie Sox's Fastback. I have a stash of '68 MPC annuals, but they are '68 annuals, if you know what I mean. I'd love a new-tool, but I am in the minority.

Good post Brian. How's things over at the A Body site? Tell the old-timers I said HI....

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I think I'd like to see one of these produced:

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1955 Plymouth Savoy, a Belvedere would work for me too.

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Come on back John. It's great over there.

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'70-71 Sport Fury GT, '74 Monaco 4dr, '69-70 Polara or Monaco come to mind...

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A nice 68 Barracuda.

A correct 71 Challenger.

A correct 70 Cuda.

A 70 Dart Swinger.

A 78 Magnum.

A 80 Mirada.

A early 60s D 100 pick up.

Any AWB Dodge or Plymouth.

A 68 Coronet R/T

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A nice 68 Barracuda.

A correct 71 Challenger.

A correct 70 Cuda.

A 70 Dart Swinger.

A 78 Magnum.

A 80 Mirada.

A early 60s D 100 pick up.

Any AWB Dodge or Plymouth.

A 68 Coronet R/T

Amen to all that Roger. Not a whole lot I would add to that. Except for 1/16 scale variations also.

Corey

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A nice 68 Barracuda.

A correct 71 Challenger.

A correct 70 Cuda.

A 70 Dart Swinger.

A 78 Magnum.

A 80 Mirada.

A early 60s D 100 pick up.

Any AWB Dodge or Plymouth.

A 68 Coronet R/T

Ditto. Just as it is......

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I would like to see both a 1964 valiant and a 1964 dart model released. I need both to build a model of my first car, a Canadian 64 Valiant.

Carl

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How about a '63-'66 Valiant?

'63 Polara

'65 Satellite

'63-4 Dogde 880

Any of the above in a wagon.

As much as l like the '55 Savoy, l'd rather see a '54.

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Yeah.... a '68 Coronet R/T. That would be sweeeeet!

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doesnt seem to be much earlier stuff in any of your lists

but theres a few older kits I'd like

56 chrysler new yorker

60 dodge polara

55 dodge sierra station wagon

59 desoto diplomat 2dr

35/36 dodge 5window coupe

34-37 chrysler airflow

late 30s airflow tanker

late 40s dodge wayfarer coupe

& the trepanier 56 chrysler

from 60 - 72, pretty much any as a station wagon

cheers

si

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Anything from about 1920-1975!!

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Good post Brian. How's things over at the A Body site? Tell the old-timers I said HI....

Hey John i'm one of the old timers(EvilScamp) from FABO, how have you been?

I talked to the Model King at Spring Carlisle and he told me that they are working on a new Demon kit! Hope it's true!

I told him they should do a 70 Dart also and not one with the engine in the back!

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Had one just like this except it had dog dishes and no trailer hitch (it was a slant 6). A model of it would sell like - uh - well, I would buy one.

BTW, it is a 1975 Plymouth Valiant; my daughters called it 'Prince Valiant', of course. I was proud when I ordered it brand new that it was the cheapest 6-passenger, 4-door available. It was a column shift 3-speed. My wife hated it.

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Hey John i'm one of the old timers(EvilScamp) from FABO, how have you been?

I talked to the Model King at Spring Carlisle and he told me that they are working on a new Demon kit! Hope it's true!

I told him they should do a 70 Dart also and not one with the engine in the back!

Kevin how are you! Good to see you here. The modeling bug got you? I almost got back into it, but all our spare time is spent between the house & our families. Maybe this fall/winter.....

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I do most of mine in the winter. I don't do the winter sports. Just to darn cold. Midnightprowler is

right. Anything from 1920 on up.

We got a couple of good model threads going over at www.forabodiesonly.com

Great bunch of guys over there.

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Amen to all the above my brethren! The many mopar missilles mentioned have been overlooked for far too long! Some of them have been done before but not with todays technological advances.

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68/69 Barracuda notchback.

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Kevin how are you! Good to see you here. The modeling bug got you? I almost got back into it, but all our spare time is spent between the house & our families. Maybe this fall/winter.....

I used to build alot when i was a kid and i just got back into it about 2 years ago.

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A 80 Mirada.

AirTrax has one cast in Resin. They're really great quality and it's mastered by Juha Airio. Here are few pictures of finished Mirada, it's built by Juha Airio too.

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How about an Earl year 62 Sport Fury 413 Golden Commando with two Carter AFBs?

62 Savoy 413 With Two Carter and race equipment for NASCAR number 42 would be nice?

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AirTrax has one cast in Resin. They're really great quality and it's mastered by Juha Airio. Here are few pictures of finished Mirada, it's built by Juha Airio too.

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Wow, that is astounding, wonder what he started with?!

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