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Chopped top '68 Chrysler 300 lead slead

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Fine proportions and flow on that top chop job. Those big sloping sail panels take some work and vision to get right. Great looking images.

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Monochrome, graphics & billet wheels. NICE period piece!

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That's nice! Beyond the great build, I love the 80's colors and graphics.

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Sean, that is an awesome build from the 80's love the colors !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Awesome! Someday there will be traditionalists who insist that this is the only acceptable style. :)

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Period piece or not, this is a beauty Sean! Great choice of colors, the grille is my favorite part!

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Very cool, that would be a nice cruiser in 1:1.

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This is really cool Sean! I thiink that the chop actually makes the car look even longer! The fender skirts are a great addition. You definitly took the '50's/'60's custom into the '80's with this one.

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That is a super cool custom, love the color too, Great Job !!!

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When I saw the year and model of this car on the title of the post I thought, who in their right mind would chop and customize this year and make of car! I clicked on your post only to find WOW! If you aren't in your right mind, stay right where you are. That build is beautiful! Very nice work.

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I like the long,low look of this build.Putting these big cars on the ground really makes them look even longer and dropping the roof adds another layer of low-slow street kool to it.

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