Revell 1967 Dodge Charger Hemi 426ci

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This was another one of my almost completed builds when I lost interest and put it back on the shelf until last week when I decided to get it finished. This was one of Revell finer kits they have produced being more accurate to the 1:1 car and very nice fitting parts which translates into less cussing while building :angry: . Painted in MCW factory colour "Bright Blue Metallic" with a coat of the "wet look" gloss coat. Thanks for checking her out and all comments are welcomed good or bad.

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Very nice, love the color.

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A few more pics

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Thats a good looking charger

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Man, that came out perfect! Love the redlines! Nice tidy engine bay too!

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That's a beauty.

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That looks very nice!

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Beautiful color, nice touch on the white interior. Randy all your build are show quality....

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That's really nice! I like the 1st generation Chargers, and this one is a beauty! Great color, and engine detail!

Sam

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very sharp & clean

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Very nice

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Nicely done! Saw one of the new Chargers the other day, man, they've come a long way since '67.

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Wow! Really good build! Nice stance!

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TOTALLY COOL-

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Thanks guys! I prefer the '68, '69 and '70 Chargers but it doesn't seem right not having a '67 in the mix. Sure wished I still had my '70 Charger though!

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That is simply stunning! :wub:

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Gorgeous build Randy! Very clean!

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Thanks Lee and Greg for the fine comments on this build...really appreciate it. :)

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She's a beauty, Man...Looks real nice...Real nice...

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Thanks JT

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Beautiful build (which I've come to expect from you, my friend LOL). You are right about the quality of this kit. IMHO, it is one of Revell's best. They got it all right with this one. The details are correct, everything fits properly, the tooling/molds are clean and crisp. It's actually my favorite kit (not car though, but I DO appreciate the 1st generation Charger's). Take a well deserved "bow", Randy! Fury3

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Thanks Dave! :)

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Incredibly clean build here!!!!

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Thanks Bill.

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So well built and the colors are perfect...

I have room on a shelf here for when you tire of looking at it..... ;)

Bob

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