72 Barracuda Pro Stock 12/13

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I think the colors may be wrong, but Fred Cady did a set of Cable decals for an earlier Grotheer car.

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All good stuff!

Thanks everyone!

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does anyone have that sheet from cady or know the sheet number

Chuck

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The only one I have is for the 71 Cuda from Special apperance decals.

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I'm going to be redoing that set also . I going to be trying to do the hood, roof ,and deck lid

Chuck

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does anyone have that sheet from cady or know the sheet number

Chuck

The Fred Cady sheet is for the 1966 - 1967 Plymouth B body cars. Sheet # is 449

I have both the Cady sheet as well as a sheet from Special App to do the 1971 Cuda which is very different from the 72-73 Cuda

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Bill can you scan that sheet and e-mail it to me . Just need the cable car to see if I can redraw it .

Chuck

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Chuck,

just so I'm not draging this post any farther off course to the OP.

PM sent

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Roger, looks like a cool project. Look forward to seeing it come together.

Charlie

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Here you go, Chuck. From Ebay. Sign me up for a set!

Jim Kampmann

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Neat project..the photos give me some ideas of possibilities for my '72 Cuda kit..

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The Ronnie Lyles decals are available from Slixx , you just need to buy two different quarter panel sets to do it !

The decals for the Challenger ( Motown Missle ) are also available from Slixx !

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I have never seen the Lyles decals at slixx, are they new?

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great project Roger, look forward to more

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I'll be darned I never have looked at those graphic sheets.

I wonder why they split them up like that?

This is very cool.

Thanks!

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The Grotheer car runs what look like steel mud flaps on the rear wheelwells.

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The Grotheer car runs what look like steel mud flaps on the rear wheelwells.

They keep the rubber, from the burn outs, off the bottom of the 1/4 panels. The Revell 69 Nova has decals, of the rubber build up.

Jeff

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They did that several other times for other cars or changing up the spelling then the builder corrects it. It is away around getting permission and licencing ...............

Alan

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Ohhhh I get it.

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Ohhhh I get it.

Shhhhh ! Be vewy quiet ! It's worked so far and there's more of them ! Lol !

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B)

It is sure to be an AWESOME build Roger!!

I am looking forward to it!!!

Thank You for sharing

Later

Russ

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I was going to build the black Prudhomme Snake III Cuda off of multiple Slixx sheets, until Chuck Boerne brought out his set.

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They keep the rubber, from the burn outs, off the bottom of the 1/4 panels. The Revell 69 Nova has decals, of the rubber build up.

Jeff

I had never noticed them before on any other Pro Stock car but it makes sense.

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Got a little more done this weekend.

The motor is wired and finished the interior.

Have the wheel and tires picked out and got the headlights done.

Have a set of resin bumpers for it.

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Thanks for looking!

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