Project Six Pack Roadrunner

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WOW!!! That turned out AWESOME Roger... Very nice job...

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Now that is super sweet.

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Dam that came out REALLY NICE!!! I think i have that old issue of Super Stock magazine!

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Wow... very close to the photo, nice work. But the wheels need a shot of dullcote.

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Looks great ! I have to agree about the dullcote.

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Nice work here......

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Beep! Beep!

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Nicly done

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That build does grab your attention, very sharp...

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I did dull coat a set of wheels but I must have done something wrong as they came out looking foggy and milky.

I made several mistakes on this build including decal placement and other bonehead moves.

I will post more photos in the drag racing section tomorrow.

Thanks for looking.

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Are the 1:1 car's wheels aluminum? Testor's Aluminum buffing Metalizer would be a good choice for that, but you really captured the look of the real thing with this build, especially the ride height.

Who made the decals?

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WOW !!!! That came out NICE !! Dead ringer :D .

Sweet six pack! Don't use dullcote. Try the "Looking glass" mirror spray from Krylon. It makes kit chrome look like real chrome and it almost doesn't matter what you do you can't screw it up.

Absolutely . Krylon's "actual" chrome looks very convincing , especially on valve covers and air cleaners . Highly recommend it . Works over gloss black (or naturally-moulded black) or even enamel steel or aluminum .

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really nice mopar man. great job

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Very, very nice!!!

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Real nice looking build, well done.

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Awesome car, awesome build.

That 60's lace paintwork is so cool.

I miss my 69 sooooo bad when I see them.

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Really cool, is that a decal or paint down the center of the car..............either way love it!

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WOW, very cool, got a WIP link?

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That's AWESOME!!! Nice job on that! Wow!

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Great replica, looks just like the photo.

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Very cool Drag Strip Plymouth :wub:

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Great job it looks real nice, now if i could only get my decals

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I hear you Daryl about the decals.

I got lucky and I got these before things went bad.

Phil, The WIP is posted in the drag race section under project six pack.

Thanks!

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