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1972 Dodge Demon

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post-4101-0-78826500-1350493068_thumb.jppost-4101-0-34631300-1350493112_thumb.jppost-4101-0-31187600-1350493146_thumb.jpI made this from a 76 dart body ,I cut the front fenders from both bodys to get the proper openings and blended in the Demon taillight panel to the dart body, The color is B3 1972-72 Dodge Super Blue, Wheels and grill are from Missing Link Resin,the body is from the AMT Dart And the Model Roundup resin kit.post-4101-0-82964700-1350493036_thumb.jp

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Wow, that is awesome!!!!! Perfect color! If I was around to buy one of these new, that's the color I would have ordered. However, a little blackwash would really make the Missing Link stock hubcaps pop, as on the 1:1 caps.

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Wow, that is awesome!!!!! Perfect color! If I was around to buy one of these new, that's the color I would have ordered. However, a little blackwash would really make the Missing Link stock hubcaps pop, as on the 1:1 caps.Thanks for pointing that out,I totally forgot to do that.

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Steve ! Long time !

Super nice Super Blue '72 Demon !

Whose paint did you use for this ; custom mix ?

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Very nice! Makes me want to finish mine. I will have to get e set of those hubcaps as well.

Mike

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Very nice! Makes me want to finish mine. I will have to get e set of those hubcaps as well.

Mike

Love these caps, thanks to Missing Link................hint, hint!!!!! We need more oddball caps Kevin! Here's my '75 Dart sport with them. They used these caps on the Dart line thru '76.

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RealGone58 : Now that is a '75 / '76 Dart Sport !!! Absolutely spot-on look ; very well-crafted !!

Very nice is the body the same as the dodge aspen?

Doobie

Although these years look very similar to the 1976-1980 Aspen / Volare , these are actually a completely different car line ; these are "A"-bodies (1960-1976 , Valiant , Dart , et al.) , whereas the Aspen /Volare are "F"-bodies .

To add insult to injury : the 1976 Duster and Dart Sport were available with a 220 hp 5.9 litre (360 c.i.d.) , whereas the 1976-1977 Aspen/Volare had a 175 hp 5.9 litre (same 360 c.i.d.) with a two barrel carb . Also , the Dart , et al. , was sans catalytic converters (!!) .

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Steve ! Long time !

Super nice Super Blue '72 Demon !

Whose paint did you use for this ; custom mix ?

**Did you ever got the messages I sent to you ? Check your inbox and hit me back **

I got the paint from www.automotivetouchup.com

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I thought I would bump this back up so people could see how to fix the incorrect Duster wheel well on the Demon Resin kits out there....And upcoming MPC kit.

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Would you believe I was offered $500 for this last month? I turned the person down, He did however buy my entire Duster promo collection for a nice chunk of change, But that all went to pay for the move last month.

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