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Candies & Hughes ..........

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..... Paul Candies and Leonard Hughes' 1970 Cuda flopper

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Very cool! More details, please!

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Beautiful model John...

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Great build as always John, you pick the gems.

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Very cool! More details, please!

Not much to say about the "details" ............. pretty much a box stock build ................... Revell Generic Charger chassis and drive train ............. Competition Resins Cuda body, interior tin, & slicks ............... Testors French Blue Enamel and Slixx decals :)

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Nice build, always liked the Candies & Hughes Mopar F/C's, one bit of "nit-picking" (it's the Slixx decals), the decals give a 1971 grille (dual headlights, louvered grille) & '72-'74 tailights (round instead od slited style). Great build!

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Another very NICE build John, clean clean clean!!

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VERY nice!!

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nice job. looks clean and fast

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Sweet looking build.

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You really do nice work OC. Another beauty you have there. Thanks for sharing!

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One of my all-time favorite floppers. As always, you did it justice, John! Great build!!

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Very nice!

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Another top class build , looks real nice.

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that is really nice John, well done

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  • Now that turned out nice, great build!!!!

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