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I know this has been posted before but I took some outdoor pics of it. The indoor ones were horrible. This is the most engine detail that I have ever done.

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lookin good buddy

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looks like some cool detail inside those carbs!

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Sharp Build Charlie!

I used to own a 1:1 (Not like that though :D) many years ago...........was a good car, but it would have been something if I had a Hemi like that in it! :lol:

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Bill those cars are starting to draw some interest now seeing Dusters are priced into space.

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Looks good Charlie, nice RAKE!

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Thanks Irv I wonder who taught me that? :D

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Well thank gawd it isn't another bloody Thunderbolt!

Very cool looking ride, and the engine detail is nicely done. The Accel coil (and I've used them on a model or two of mine) is an excellent add to a racey car engine bay, but am I the only one who sees them as drastically out of scale? I mean 1/25 to 1/24 is barely noticeable, but I'm thinking it looks more like 1/20.

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I have been thinking the coil is out of scale also. I figured that if a caster is doing them they are correct. No big deal it just gets more spark for being bigger :D. The carb is from a Revell Pro Stock kit all the detail is in it just needs a wash to bring it out.

Charlie

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