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Charley Glotzbach's Daytona just finished

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It's the AMT kit the charger 500 with the nose you graft on.

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My wing car collection so far

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Dan Gurney's superbird,Charlie Glotzbach's daytona,Buddy Baker's daytona and Pete Hamilton's superbird.

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Very nice winged warriors. They all look beautiful.

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Very nice winged warriors. They all look beautiful.

Indeed !!

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Nice collection of birds. Question for you. Why does the Glotzbach's car show 429 cubic inches while all the others show the more widely known 426?

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I'm not a race car guy, but thats a nice flock of 'Birds!

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Those look great

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Mark, Glotzbach's Daytona makes an excellent addition to a good looking collection. Have you got plans for any others to join the group?

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Nice collection of birds. Question for you. Why does the Glotzbach's car show 429 cubic inches while all the others show the more widely known 426?

That car builder maxed out his engines [at least on the hood 'call-out'].

The rule in those days was 430 c.i. MAX. Ford & Mercury had 429's and perhaps the psychological game of matching that call-out was important. :wink:

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Absolutely beautiful work Mark! There is no car like the winged wonders of the Golden Era of Nascar. Charlie's car looks fantastic and I love the shade of purple you used on that car. Your other birds look fantastic as well and you are building up quite a collection of Winged Warriors! Kep up the great work!!!! :D :wink:

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