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  1. Dusters and Darts are fairly similar, so the chassis parts and majority of the body parts are the same, but the frontend of the two is noticeably different... Flatter Grille & Header Panel for the Duster, as opposed to the peaked & pointed Dart frontend... There are afew other changes here and there throughout the cars...
  2. Fantastic Save Bro, and Nicely done! Longtime Favorite car of mine, cause I had a fullsize '66 Toro for 35yrs of my 37yr life(had to part with it back in March)... It was Krazy to drive with the performance rebuild my father did on the 425, espeically doing doughnuts and FWD Burnouts... Hehehehe
  3. Too bad this wasnt continued, looks like there was a Euro Fullsized version built, if not a PS Version atleast...
  4. Your Snowflakes Look Awesome Bro! I have an Old '72 GTO Promo that I would love to put some 20" Honeycombs on it though...
  5. http://www.rocketfin.com/resin_product.cfm?id=3880 Seems to have possibly needed a '41 plymouth kit to build it more than a curbside, and since TKM isnt in business anymore, I could see people trying to get $110 out of their dust collector...
  6. Haha that is Awesome and Very Exciting to hear Mike, definitely please keep me up to date on the progress, cause I would definitely like to have a 08 Non-SRT and a 08 SRT version of my Mag to display...
  7. Great Job, Very Clean build of one of my Favorite Military Workhorses... I got a Revell Honcho stashed away to do something similar in the future...
  8. Wow Impressive work for someone who considers himself a "Rookie"... Looks Great, and cant wait to see it finished
  9. Great Score, I picked up a convertible with a crushed windshield for $2.00 15yrs ago, and was finally able to find a fairly clean yellow plastic hardtop promo about 5yrs ago for $40... Ive wanted to build the convert as a Kustom and paint the hardtop Nassau Blue, just havent had the ability since theyre stashed in my storeage unit for some time now...
  10. Thanks for the headsup Joe, and yeah Ive had plans on building a Prowler 3.5L to semi resemble the way I want mine to look like... The frontend portion is my main concern, though it would be nice to have a fairly accurate interior too... I just suck at Scratch Building...
  11. I have a Fullsize 08 Dodge Magnum that I would like to replicate inscale, but there is quite afew differences between the 05-07's... It would especially be nice if someone offered a conversion kit for both the 08 Non SRT and 08 MSRT... My 08 started out as a Non SRT HO SXT, that last year was converted over to the MSRT frontend... I have plenty of other Friends that would be more than interested in the conversion kits as well...
  12. You're right with that thinking Harry, for the most part those trucks were meant for Local Hauling, and smaller trailers as well.... I remember seeing the same type Dodge Trucks running around the Seattle/Tacoma/Everett USPS locations up until maybe the early-mid 1990's.... There was quite a few of the Drivers that would tow fairly loaded 48' Boxed Trailers, and Flatbeds loaded with Surplus JEEPs, back and forth to all of those locations.... Most of the drivers tried to Blow the dang engines/trans, so that they could finally get rid of the old work horses.... I forget how long I used t
  13. Amazing Job Tonio! To me these Bodies look so much better with Chrome D's or Astro Supremes, so you made a fine choice there Bro! Makes me miss my Pop's ol' '76 though
  14. Awsome Scooby One of the Many ways I would love to have a Fullsize Version, especially in that Blue(My Fav Kolor)!!! Definitely Bring on that Bike, and as Others have already stated..... THANK YOU for your Service
  15. Meh I had an '86 3.8L Park Avnue 4dr., and an '87 3.8L Lesabre 2dr, and both hands down were the easiest & most fun cars to work on.... Granted I had to lay over the top of the engines to reach the Number 4 Plugs, that was more than an acceptable evil for me, as I could change the Alt in 10 Mins(Including removing and replacing the Serpetine Belt), 25 mins to change the Water Pump, and etc..... The Fact that their hoods tilted forward made it that much easier and comfortable to get my 6'4" 285Lbs frame in there..... Really the worest ones were the Chevy Beretta's,Pontiac Leman's, and
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