Screamin' Yellow Zonker Cuda

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Here's my '71 Plymouth Hemi Cuda that painted in HOK chrome yellow. I thinned the back of the grille out and glued in some SS mesh from MCG.

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Very cool looking build Jim..

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That's a whole bunch of yellow. : ) I like it !

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very shiny...nice job on the hemi... B)

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Nice Cuda, but you missed correcting the front fender panel lines.

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Front end is sitting kinda high... :blink:

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I love the fuel lines! Yellow and shiny! :)

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NICE and yellow!! :D

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Thanks folks. Front fender panel lines?? I don't know what you mean, Lee. The front end is stock kit height, Harry, and I agree that it sits too high. I think the whole car sits too high, but that's what came out of the kit.

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Sparkling Engine....

Great job...

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Pretty cool but you forgot the billboard! 2009_0510Spock0013.jpg

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Thank you. What's the billboard? That decal out back? I didn't want it.

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The job is real nice mate but if my bonnet fityed like that it would be back in the body shop lol nice job mate

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Thanks, Paul. The hood fits OK. I was just in a hurry when taking pics.

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Thanks, Paul. The hood fits OK. I was just in a hurry when taking pics.

...Jim,

you took your time to finish the Cuda - why hurry to make pictures ;) ?

Over all, it looks screamin yellow! like the wiring. If you want to make the sidemarkers a little bit realistic, first paint them with silver (or BMF) and then use Tamiya clear paint orange or red. Perhaps, you will try it ;)

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Thank Dominik. You're right - when I was doing the BMF trim, I should have covered the side marker lights.

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every single cuda kit ive done or seen has hood fitment issues because the motor sits a tad too high and when you put the air cleaner on, its too much.

I love the color, and the model looks great!

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Thank you, Anthony.

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Looks like you got to use some of those "hex" beads........... ;).

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Sure did, Don, and I think they look pretty good.

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That's yella!

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that's allot of yellow, nice work

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Thank you, Chris. Won't be hard to find in a parking lot.

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its about as bright as my head

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