64 dodge 330 ss pro street wip

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Hi here is a 64 dodge 330 ss pro street that i have in the build. Used the dodge superbee pro-street kit that required very little modification. Painted the interior a dark blue, still have to detail it and modified the rear seat so it was street-able. Painted the body with a blue i had laying around and bmf it. Added the rims and tyres from the parts-box and that's about as far as i have got. Cheers and thanks for looking.

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This will be a cool model! I have the same project in mind. I've only gotten as far as getting the parts together though. I really like this! You should join us in the pro street community build..

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This will be a cool model! I have the same project in mind. I've only gotten as far as getting the parts together though. I really like this! You should join us in the pro street community build..

first off, nice build, like the color. there are a few of these going now. i have a few myseld on the bench.......... somewhere on the bench.......

secondly........ WHAT!!!!! a pro street community build!!! i may just have to visist that.......

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Thats looking sharp, great color...

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I LIKE IT

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Thanks for all the reply's guys keeps me motivated. Where do i find the pro street community build? Cheers

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cool ! looks great so far !

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Another cool one Steve, great color choice too!

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This is awesome. I can fell that Hemi thump and smell that race gas exhaust just looking at it.

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i love it

my only suggestion would be to flare the rear wheel wells a little bit

(probably to late for that)

still, love the looks of it

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beautiful!!!!!

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