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'70 Dodge Dart short track race car

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Here's a little fictional short track style 1970 Dodge Dart I recently finished. I didn't built it from the old AMT Petty Dart kit though. I built mine using a body from the MPC LA Dart wheelstander mixed with an MPC '70's stock car chassis. Lots of resin and aftermarket parts added to this one. You can read all about in and see more photos on my site at the link. http://www.svensworldofwheels.com/71_dart_short_track_page.html

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That is so cool, looks great.

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Very nice, I like that paint color.

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Nice build !

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Very cool. Looks great. Love the paint job.

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Awesome car, it looks great!

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Nice car. Ready for the A Main!

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That is really cool, nice job.

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Stunning, like all your builds!

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Very nice work.

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Sean, another great looking build! love the color too!!

Charlie

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Nice!

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Interesting subject that came out beautiful as usual. Awesome job and pictures.

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Real nice work , I like this a lot.

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nice

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That is really cool!

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WELL DONE, Sean. Looks to good to rub fenders with anyone. Great looking team by the way.

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Great car Sean. As slick as always. And I wouldn't personally worry about using a vintage Petty kit since.....Wait for it!

BAM! It's back in August http://round2models.com/models/amt/richard-petty-dart

Bob

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Nice outcome! But a 71 Dart has 4 lights in the rear bumper, not 2 ;)

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Very very nice, very believable, very clean. This is a kind of racing I know absolutely nothing about, but this build has got me interested to learn. Love the look of the car, and the outdoor, trailer shot is spectacular.

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Nice outcome! But a 71 Dart has 4 lights in the rear bumper, not 2 ;)

You are right. I looked at photos of the grill to identify what year the car was but didn't look at the rear bumper. I guess that makes this a '70 Dart.

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I love it, looks fantastic!!!!

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Nice outcome! But a 71 Dart has 4 lights in the rear bumper, not 2 ;)

this was a replacement bumper when the old one got "rubbed" off!

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Absolutely beautiful, Sean! B)

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Nice work Sean B)

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