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Hi everyone. I've just completed my newest build this year. I used an old General Lee kit that I had been given a long time ago. I never thought I would build this but I have to say I had a lot of fun. I can't tell you what year it is but I know that the back window is not like the regular General Lee's that I have seen. Also, I modified the car as I am going against my best friends in a build off! Things that went well include:

  • Paint came out pretty good, my best yet
  • I created the vinyl top using the masking tape (blue tape) method
  • Staggered wheels
  • overall color scheme

Well, here it goes.

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Wasn't there a Charger 500 or something like that that had the flush rear window ?

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Wasn't there a Charger 500 or something like that that had the flush rear window ?

The 500 and Daytona had that rear window, and all three kits are based on the same tooling.

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Thanks all. The pics were from my iPhone. I see some dings that need to be touched up.

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