1967 Plymouth GTX

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This is one of my favorite muscle cars and a kit I have built many times. A quick two week build as I tried to beat the Mayan end of world. Since the world did not end, I gave it to a friend as a Christmas gift.

The paint is Tamiya Bright Green, while the chrome is a mixture of Alclad 2 and BMF.

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Nice job Ken!

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Posted · Report post

Very nice build.

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looking good

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Nice work

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Very nice. The only issue is the distributor should be at a 45 degree angle to the passenger side. Other than that, very sweet.

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l really like that bright green and its a sharp build..

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Very sharp, that paint is an eye-catcher.

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Gorgeous build Ken. Love the colour!

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Sweet and SHINY :) :) :)

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Excellent build!!!

I'm going to build one of these as a tribute to a friend I lost to suicide 16 years ago. I've already got the 440 like the one he had in his car. It was a beast.

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