Posted in Current Projects Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee – MPC – WIP

As a lifelong fan of Mopars, this Superbee was a must for my collection. This kit is another that I’ve tried to start a few…

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Posted in Current Projects Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1965 Dodge A100 Van – Flinstone/Lindberg – WIP

These old vans are awesome! The Little Red Wagon is also great, but it’s not the van. This will be my first resin kit build…

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Posted in 1997 2014 Completed Projects Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1970 Dodge Challenger – Monogram

Originally, this model was a combination of two kits. I added a front suspension and rear axle from a 1970 GTX as well as the…

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Posted in Current Projects Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1982 Dodge “Hemi” Charger – MPC – WIP

You may say, there was no such thing as a 1982 Dodge Hemi Charger.  That’s true, but it doesn’t mean I can’t build it that…

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Posted in 2014 Completed Projects Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1982 Shelby Dodge Charger – MPC

Compared to the Chargers of the muscle car era, this one doesn’t quite live up to it’s name.  However, during it’s time, performance was quite…

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Posted in Completed Projects Die Cast Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1968 Bullitt Charger – Revell

This is cheating!  It is a die cast kit.  I scrapped the nasty stock wheels and used wheels and tires from another Charger kit.  I…

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Posted in 2001 Completed Projects Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1969 Dodge Superbee – Monogram

This kit was built to replace one that I built as a kid.  I think I tried to lower the front suspension by grinding away…

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Posted in 2001 Completed Projects Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1969 Dodge Dart – Revell

Built box stock, I really like the way this one turned out.  I used the aftermarket wheels that came with the kit. Completed: 2001

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Posted in 2001 Completed Projects Mopar/Dodge/Plymouth

1967 Dodge Coronet – Revell

After my first attempt at spraying this color was unsuccessful, I had to buy another kit and start over. I used white as the primer…

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