ROD SHOP DEMON AND CHALLENGER

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THIS IS MY ROD SHOP MODEL 71 DEMON AND CHALLENGER. I USE FRED CADY DECALS WITH TAMIYA PAINT AND CLEAR

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Sweet!!! I like them. Post some close ups, I'd like to see more detail!

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Very nicely done what colors did you use for them> I also would like to see closeups got a couple resin Demons. What chassic and interior did you use for the demon.

John Pol

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A real nice looking pair - nice clean builds , great detail work.

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What color paints did you use and what for chassic under the demon? Great work by the way.

John Pol

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Very nice!

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Saaaaweeeet

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Very nice. I always liked those cars.

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Sweet...I love the look of early '70s Pro Stock cars..

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Wow! Sweet pair of cars! Beautiful fit & finish!

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You know I love these two!

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A couple of great looking builds, Norb!

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Well done !

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nice pair of Mopars!

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Beautiful builds sir .............. great execution B)B)

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Nice builds of great subjects! These look just right to me, the stances are perfect and I really like the detailing on both. Nice paint and decal work, too.

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Tipo, quedaron brutales!!!!! Saludos,

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Very nice.

Is that a MPC 1971 Challenger I spy ?

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I like both of those. Really nice. How about some more info on how you built them? Thanks, KB

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HI GUYS THANKS FOR YOUR COMMENT. JOHN IN THE DEMON I USE THE CHASSI OF 70 SUPERBEE PRO STREET WITH SOME MODIFICATION IN THE CHASSI AND REAR END.THE INTERIOR I USE THE 68 ROADRUNNER PRO STREET WITH SOME MODIFICATION AND SCRATCH ROLL BAR. THE PAINT IN TWO CAR I USE TAMIYA BLUE TS1 AND TAMIYA WHITE TS26 WITH CLEAR TAMIYA.

BILL GTX6970 I USE 70 MONOGRAM T/A CHALLENGER WITH 71 RESIN GRILLE AND REAR TAIL.

MIKE MUCHAS GRACIAS MI PANA.

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Those are a couple of sharp builds, well done!

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Good job on a couple of great Mopars

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Superb job on both.

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