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freakshow12

1971 duster on steroids nov 6 decalled and nearly done

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Thanks for watching this come together guys!   I got the body and chassis together for last time today.  Here is the engine bay.  Couple things to do yet but it's close.  Added the msd box. Made the fuel pressure regulator.  Adding rad cap and couple more things but it's close to done. 

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Wow! Stunning detail and workmanship on this build!

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Had a good day at the bench.  Got the chassis wrapped up.  

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Bring 'er home Fred. Spectacular so far.  Say I used your solder method for my exhaust on my 56 F-100 and it worked fantastic!!! I only ended up having one issue, the flux in the solder melted out and stained my aluminum muffler. Yikes!!

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Had a little more time.  This one is so close to done now! Hood and rear spoiler are drying as I type this.  Here are a few pics.  It turned out pretty much how I saw it in my head.  Thanks for looking

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Now there's a muscle car! Excellent work!

David G.

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Now that's some really stunning detailwork! Almost dropped my jaw when I saw that rear axle, lol.

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Awesome work !!!

 

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Very cool Duster, nice looking and convincing drag machine!!

Good job! 

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Fantastic, I just done a conversion of a Johnny Lightning 1/24 diecast from a 340 to a Hemi. It's posted in the diecast forum. :)

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outstanding work Fred. Nice to see this one close to the finish line. Love the stance and over all look.

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