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68 Roadrunner

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Here is another one I finished this year. It's a 68 Roadrunner from AMT. I had built one many years ago and needed to do another one. My original build was more than 20 years old. This is built right out of the box but I used Keith Marks decals. I also used scale finishes Q5 Seafoam Turquise on this one. It's a rare color for a Roadrunner. I also clear coated this one with automotive clearcoat. I use Surwin Williams CC939. I bought it for the real car that I'm working on.

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Great build... very clean...

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OH, I forgot I switched out the tires and painted the redlines on. So I guess it's not box stock anymore.

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Love the color

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Dat purdy!

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Very nice!

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Fantastic, I love these Roadrunners and you did this one proud. B)

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Very nice build ...great paint and chrome !!!

Edited by Pete L.

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Love the color

X2

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wow...sweet road runner.

really clean build. the attention to detail is sharp.

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The color is amazing it just pops, cool build

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That really came out sweet! Nice and clean..............great color choice, and the redlines are perfect!

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Great looking model. I have done two of these kits, each one better than the last, and none touched yours. Really clean, sharp work.

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real sharp

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Very nice and clean. :)

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Another splendid build , Sport !

Q5 is such a beautiful colour ; frankly , I'm surprised that there weren't more '68-'72 MoPars built in this colour ! I've only seen two which were Q5 :

- 1972 Dart Swinger Special ( "Q5" was right there on its fender tag ! I guess that '72 was its last year)

- 1968 Barracuda Formula-S 383 (original , very faded and oxidised Q5 . Car was largely original , with its only mods being Ansen Sprints , Doug's functional side pipes , and a two barrel carb atop the original intake which was added in '74)

Keep those beautiful builds coming !

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Great job. Perfect color for it.

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Very nice, Raoul!

B)

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Classy color choice. Looks real nice.

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Beautiful RR, SS!! So clean... Gorgeous! Love it!

Cheers Cliff

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You nailed this Raoul, awesome B)

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Very nice and clean build, I like the metallic turquoise so much that I'll be able to paint all my buld in this color !!!!! :P

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Been meaning to buy this kit, that's gorgeously done! :)

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Absolutely awesome! I have this kit but havent gotten around to it, but seeing yours makes me wanna start! I've only ever seen one 1/1 car that color and it was a 68 charger. My 1/1 70 rr was B5, so I have a soft spot for blue 'runners. Nice work!

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Nice and clean. Nice paint.

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