1964 Dodge 330

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Old Dodge's need to ride high and that's what I did to this puppy. It's painted in Dupicolor dark toreador red with a coat of Tamiya TS65 pearl before the 2 part urethane clear coat. There's a set of Ma's Resin cheater slicks out back and a FHP distributor up front. The windshield came cracked in the sealed box. Not much I can do about it. Exhaust is aluminum rod into aluminum tubing "turbo" mufflers and out more aluminum tubing. Those are scratch built muffler clamps (we had a tutorial at a FAST meeting).

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Sweet. Where are the front wheels from?

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Thank you, Lee. Wheels are from the parts bin and I don't know where they came from. I have 2 more though.

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Great look. Nice detail.

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Nice. Love the engine detail and the exhaust system. Great looking build Jim!

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A shiny Mopar from the SHINY king! Looks good. Exhaust came out really nice.

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Nice build Jim, great engine detail. love the exhauast system. Very nice work.

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Great build!!! Always loved this model.

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Love it!!!!!

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Very nice . I like it !

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looks good, Jim. I need to try making those exhaust clamps, they look sweet

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Looks race-ready! I like it.

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cool hot rod Jim!

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Wow - thanks everyone. Gotta drive the Dodge around town to get rid of some gas and then fill it up with some Sunoco 360 for the Friday night races. Thanks again.

Fatkidd - instead of using a cone shaped grinding bit in a Dremel as told in the tutorial, I use a punch set for all the holes. It works much for me.

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