Here's one for the Mopar guy's 1968 Dart

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I built this last year. Revell kit. Wheels from the revell 55 chevy.

Engine has resin single plane intake,carb,air filter, and valve covers.All wires

and fuel line. Paint is HoK Molly Orange w/rwo part clear.And some P/E,

also did alluminium tail pipes. That's abou all.

Oh yea-You sharp Mopar guys might notice something not right on the engine.

What is it? --Notice I'm not a "Rivit counter" and don't try to be I just build what I like.

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oh wow oh wow , to darn cool for words , I wicked love this !!

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brutal.......looks like a killer street machine.

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Sharp looking Dart, great paint work!

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Great job, sweet color.

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Yes sir! Very Nice Dodge!

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When I grow up I want to build just like you and OMG were did you get the air cleaner?

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Thats nice

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When I grow up I want to build just like you and OMG were did you get the air cleaner?

HaHa,Thank you! The air cleaner is from Big Daddy Resin-The mans name escapes me now

When I remember I will post it.

Eric

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Stunning engine/bay detail,very sharp Lil' Dart.

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SPEECHLESS!!!

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Very nice engine details, and vey nice treatment on this Dart !!!!! B)

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Sweeeeeeet!!! excellent job Eric and excellent color choice too. Very nice ride for sure!!! :D

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Sweet!

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What a super cool and unique build. Oozes with testosterone, lol. B)

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That's an AWESOME Dart!!!!!

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Very sharp and nicely detailed.

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i would love to ( dart ) in ND OUT OF TRAFFIC IN THAT. :D:lol::P :P

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Beautiful build Eric, Sweet color and very nice touch on the wheels..

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Very nice!!

I love the color and your build is very clean!

The engine is awesome with these Mopar Performance valve covers!

Good work... :wub:

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That's sharp !

Very nice !

Beautiful !

Gorgeous !

Wow !

Nice job !

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ok you win. That is cool !!!!!. I like the wheels, never would of doing that

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Thank you all for the kind words!-The valve covers on the motor are wrong-Thay are for a small block dodge.

But I don't care.

Thanks,Eric

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That Dart is sharp! (pun intended)

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Very nice build!

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