68 Dart bmodel....nice!

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Steve
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68 Dart bmodel....nice!

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present!

have to ask father Christmas for this :thumbright:
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It is a nice thing but some of the out of scale details would bug me, the huge side markers, the dustbin of a fuel cooler and that enormous fuel filter...
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Blue wrote:It is a nice thing but some of the out of scale details would bug me, the huge side markers, the dustbin of a fuel cooler and that enormous fuel filter...
...and those hood pins would be about 2" diameter if scaled up to full size :)
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Yes I can accept there's a reason for that, they work. There isn't any reason for the other parts to be way off scale though...
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Ive had one of these since the days I had the real thing :D
1970 Plymouth Duster
2000 Dodge Durango SLT
1974 Mk1 Escort RS2000
1981 Chevy G30 motorhome

Plus whatever else is kicking around on the drive :)
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