'70 Dodge Challenger T/A

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G' Day folks,

Built straight out of the box, with a few details thrown in, paint is Tamiya TS-22 Light Green ;) .

Just a real nice kit to build B)

Cheers

Ray

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Nice clean build, good color choice

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That's beautiful !! Love the color and your paint and detailing is perfect .

Nice job !

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Nice job! Clean foil and decal work. Interior looks very convincing. Great model.

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Well-done! The color really pops.

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A beautiful model, love the color. So well detailed. Excellent paint finish. Really nice work Ray..

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Nice clean build, excellent choice of colors, it looks great.

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Nice clean looking Challenger Ray! Looks nice in that color! I'll have to look for that at my LHS. This kit was one of Monogram's best IMO. A little dab of chrome paint on end of the pins of those head light lenses will really help their appearance. That's one sore spot I have with some Monogram kits.

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Green is not my favourite colour but that combination WORKS. Like the Colorado plate.

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Nice build, my only complaint being the same one I have with every Revellogram Challenger and Cuda build I have seen here, no one corrects the fender seam.

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Very very clean, She's beautiful!

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Well done. looks very nice and clean.

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That paint is to die for! :D

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nice nice build , and great interior !!

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Thanks for the comments everyone, much appreciated :D !

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Clean is a word that is often used in comments on models but it really was the first word to come to mind when I saw this. Great job on the paint and foil.

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nice work-i''m working on an orange one

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Thanks John and Bill :)

Look forward to seeing yours Bill ;)

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:lol: Just found this pic, this what she use to look like!

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Very nice Ray, I have a neighbor that has one that looks just like the one in the pic except it is in mint condition, anyway you did an excellent job on yours excellent color choice

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Wickedly cool, it looks great in this color scheme. You did and exceptional job on this build Ray. I commended your effort. B)

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I like that color!

Eric

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CLEAN AS CLEAN CAN BE.I'M BUILDING A 70 R/T.NASSAUBLUE W/WHITE VINYL TOP.KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK.

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That is super clean! Great craftsmanship.

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Thanks Guys :D !

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