1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

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Here's the finished photos of my Dodge Coronet Super Bee with 440 / 6-pack. I painted it in factory Plum Crazy with black n white interior.

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Beautiful work!! If I were to build another one, I'd hope it would turn out just like this!!

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very very cool , nice build !!

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Nice build Ron B)

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Its another killer Ron

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Nice!

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Wow..... thats a pretty build!

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very nice build. I'm partial to '70 Dodge Super Bee's.

they look great in this plum crazy/white color scheme.

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Outstanding! One of the best renditions of this kit I have ever seen. :D

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Very cool!!!

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Glass finish is beautiful, sweet build....

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The BEST Mopar color combo ever.Great looking car

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Very beautiful build, is this the mpc or amt kit? My brother and I tag teamed and built a mpc kit for a freind same color combo and everything this looks just like it. :)

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Really nice, Ron

I love these cars

the colour choice and finish are spot-on!

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VERY nicely done! Great color mix!

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Thank you for all the nice comments! I agree that this is just about the pretttiest color combo that was ever put on a car. Mopar got it right! Jonathan, you are correct, this is the new MPC kit that is on the market now. Extremely detailed kit that went together very nice. My only gripe would be that there is really not much to attach the chassis to, especially in the rear...it just sort of sits where it will sit in the body. I would have liked some sort of attachment point back there.

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wow, inspiring! Nice foil work. Great looking Super Bee.

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Beautiful Super Bee ! ! !

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Good looking Super Bee ! I like the purple and white . Great looking paint and detailing .

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Great looking model!!

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Absolutly GEORGEOUS Ron!!

Beautifully done in every aspect!

Thank You for sharing

Later

Russ

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Very well done! Clean work.

Very well done! Clean work.

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Looks really good! Well done!

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I want a glass of grape juice now.....

Very nice, clean work, Ron. I enjoy seeing your builds.

Charlie Larkin

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Thank you so much for all the great comments. It makes me think I might actually be doing something right.

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