1967 Hemi charger finished engine.

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Here is my 426 hemi engine for my 1967 Dodge charger ''Revell Muscle'' series. Took some extra parts fabricated from scratch.

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Great detail.

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Nice detail, even did the automatic choke.

I have one suggestion, the exposed v of the pulleys should be silver or gunmetal to simulate the belt wearing the paint off the pulley groove.

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Nice work .

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Nice detail, even did the automatic choke.

I have one suggestion, the exposed v of the pulleys should be silver or gunmetal to simulate the belt wearing the paint off the pulley groove.

Great suggestion. Thanks. I will definately take it in consideraion.

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Very nice !

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great job........what did you use for gas filters..............

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LOOKS GREAT!!!

Nice Details... B)

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ZOWIE! :o

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Nice detail, even did the automatic choke.

I have one suggestion, the exposed v of the pulleys should be silver or gunmetal to simulate the belt wearing the paint off the pulley groove.

Thank you for sharing this tip.

Joe.

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Wow

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great job........what did you use for gas filters..............

I carved a long cylinder out of a piece of plastic tree. Then i cut two short pieces out of it. The hard part was to drill minuscule holes in their center to pass a tiny wire thru them... :) Lost a couple of brain cells in the process....lollllll I need a beer...

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that is some very fine work Ben!

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that is some very fine work Ben!

Thanks Bill. A comment like that coming from you is very flattering. I've seen your aluminum Hemi and i'm totally humbled by your work, which obviousely is out of this world.

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