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Ramchargers Challenger F/C

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Using Model King's Challenger funny car kit and eBay decals. This kit wasn't even close to the 1:1, so rivet counter turn back now LOL

But it looks good sitting on the shelf and that all I shoot for.

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Nice job, Chris! I have the old Fred Cady decals for the earlier version, and it's on my to-do short list. Once again, great build!

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Very nice build. It turned out great!

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I think it looks darn good.

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Nice, it's on my Bucket List too because of the photo of it on the cover of "We Were The Ramchargers" book.

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Thanks for the kind words guys!! I'm a born and raised Detroiter, so these factory backed race cars hold a special place in my heart.

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I think it looks great, I too am a fan, nice work!

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It looks really good. I do wish they had made the wheel wells make more sense and given the car a front bumper (I know the Soapy Sales car did not have a bumper, but still.) Nice job!!

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B)

A Great looking build Chris!

Clean and sharp!

Thank You for sharing

Later

Russ

;)

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I hope that you had fun building that car because I had fun checking it out! One of my favorite race cars for many reasons not the least of which is that I was at National Speedway the day that Leroy Goldstein made the first recognized six second pass.

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That's very nice build. That Challenger kit is on my "Wanted-list", you have done excellent job with it. I really like how those decals look on it, always been a fan of Ramchargers cars. They just look so good. B)

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