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No.2 off the bench 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner 1/24 scale monogram kit

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Built Monogram kit 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner ,Painted in Rootbeer,bare metal foil trim,I used the rims aka dog dishes off the 70 roadrunner only thing I have problem wish and wish they would have molded in is the Rear Valance it wouldnt stay put for me

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veyr nice

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Looks great! I like the steelies and dog dish caps better than the rallye rims. Makes those MOPAR's look more sinister.

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clean build. it looks really good with those rims & tires.

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Very nice. How about engine and chassis pics? FYI, the steelies in that kit are not correct for the vintage, they are late 70's police wheels.

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Nice and clean, looks fantastic!

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Nice

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That came out very nicely. The color suits it well, too.

Charlie Larkin

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Like the color and really like those poverty's.. :rolleyes:

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Very nice build

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cool. love the steelrims.

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Looks great! I like the steelies and dog dish caps better than the rallye rims. Makes those MOPAR's look more sinister.

You took the words right out of my mouth. I like it.

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Nice work!!!

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Nice work Robbie B)

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veyr nice

Thank you

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Looks great! I like the steelies and dog dish caps better than the rallye rims. Makes those MOPAR's look more sinister.

Thank you it was a fun and I really like the dog dishes and on that car it look really good

clean build. it looks really good with those rims & tires.

Thank you I figure better then Rallys

Very nice. How about engine and chassis pics? FYI, the steelies in that kit are not correct for the vintage, they are late 70's police wheels.

Thank you and I will take some motor and under shots today of it

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Nice and clean, looks fantastic!

Thank you very much

Nice

Thank you

That came out very nicely. The color suits it well, too.

Charlie Larkin

Thank you something about Root beer on a Mopar

Like the color and really like those poverty's.. :rolleyes:

Thank you much

Very nice build

Thank you

cool. love the steelrims.

Thank you

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cool. love the steelrims.

Thank you

You took the words right out of my mouth. I like it.

Thank you for your kind words

Nice work!!!

Thank you

Nice work Robbie B)

Thank you

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Great work!nice color.

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B)

Nice body color!

I like the strobe graphics!

Where did they come from?

Those rims are an excellent choice!

Gives it an attditude!!

Thank You for sharing

Later

Russ

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