1970 Challenger Pro Touring

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Hello! This is my 2nd finished project this year. Revell's 1970 dodge challenger, made into a pro touring hemi. I modified the bumpers and smoothed out emblems. This was also my first time working with BMF, it came out good, but could be better. Everything I tried on this build and added parts I used, all ideas came from you guys on this site. I hope to get more builds finished this year.

Things I added/modded:

MAD distributor

Battery cables

Hemi from 68 charger

Wheels from 67 chevelle

Air valves

Hood from lex's eBay

Exhaust tips

BMF

Paint is tamiya light gunmetal

Thanks for checking it out!

Comments/critiques welcome

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Killer looking car there, very intimidating, like every Mopar should be. The BMF looks good from here, better than I could do. All around great looking car, very well done.

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Looks sinister.

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Intimidating and sinister, they said it right. Nice job!

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Mean looking machine! Great job and I love the silver color with the blacked out parts.

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Nice build Dennis B)

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Thats a real 'Mean Machine'. I'd love one in 1:1 scale! Imagine this coming up in your rear veiw mirror.

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Great build!

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Nice, like it alot!

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awesome build! and the bmf looks awesome! If you didnt tell me I wouldnt have thought it was your first try! Good Job! Lets see the next one!

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Killer build, some great work. love the hood and wheels very nice touch..

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Thanks guys. It was a fun build. Looking forward to the next one!

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