DODGE DART 68 1:25 Revell

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Hello friends, this was the last completed ...
Revell 68 Dodge Dart HEMI 426 resin.
Hope you enjoy ...
Pulleys, distributor and valve covers, aluminum machined
Reviews are welcome!
Big hug to everyone
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Wow. Great job.

Love that engine !

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Very nice! Great stance and the engine looks killer!

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Great engine detail! Very realistic looking! I would ditch those Chevy truck center caps and replace them with a set from the '68 Charger.

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Cool.

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nice detailing

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Really nice engine detailing! I like your diorama backdrop too.

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Exceptional work. Great model!

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Wow quite a cool engine and engine bay, but those whitewalls are too far out from the wheels and the Chevy caps could be changed, as noted to the ones from the Charger kit, just my opinions on a very cool build! That engine looks REALLY cool!!

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Sweet!

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Nice work!!! But Chevrolet dog dish hub caps :wacko: ....

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Very nice build...

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Chevy hub caps or not-Cool car! Love the engine.

Eric

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Beautiful Dart , Rodrigo !!

That engine is righteous ; the "weathering" is spot-on !

Your Dart looks like the Darts I have seen online from Brasil ; the whitewall tyres and the hubcaps are right on !

Do you happen to have a 'real' Dart your-self ?

Keep up the great work !

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Exceptional work Rodrigo, impressive engine bay details ;)B)

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Great build!

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Beautiful, sleeper look, I love dog dish hubcaps so even though they are chebbie pieces I can live with them :) hate the whitewalls though.

Engine detail is absolutely stunning.

I had a 68 Dart, white with ugly green interior and a 273.

I was going to put a 440 in it, mini tubs, etc. etc. so are the best laid plans of.....

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sharp build

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Very clean build! I like it! So what ifa few guy bulk at the fact you have chevy dog dishes they give you the look your after. All around I give you 7.25 out of 10

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Rodrigo........nice detail........great build.

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I Like !

Awesome on the details !

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VERY COOL BUILD !!!

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Nicely done! I like the "sleeper" look.

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Awesome build, like the whole style and look, great engine bay detail too

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Great looking build. What did you use to get that finish on the valve covers?

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