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This 67 Summit Camro, all metal car is getting some nickel platted axels and some weight
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Sometimes it's cool to keep things original, but sometimes you want your car to match your own style.
This all metal 71 Mach 1 is getting a FTE upgrade and some weight.
...ya know, trying to build some contenders in the modified class for...Legends of Tobacco Road-American Muscle on Nov 11 2017
The pink car is my oldest daughters first mod. She did all of the painting and detail. Only thing I did was drill and JB. I put the purple lined rims on the purple 1/4 mile coupe. I like the purple on this car.
This all metal Stingray will get some color shifters nickel platted axels, some weight and a new gloss white paint job. I'll get these three muscle cars done and hope to create some elite speed
Love the pink and flat black combo! The purple does look good on the coupe. Did you paint the wheel trim?
Got my cars out for the Boot Leg Race and just started fiddling' - so here's what I've been up to
This one is for smitty
This is a maisto had terrible axles, runs smoother looks better.
Got the axels out of CS Camaro...going to polish them and the chassis over the next couple of days...put it back together, then start the Mustang soon thereafter.
Trying to get back in the swing of things...
Building this for the DCR East Ridge Modified Challenge
long & lean
The 67 Summit Camaro...from 42.5g to 56.7g
Well...well...well...this JL sled matched up to some FTE I had lying around...just might get some speed outta this $5 bucket just yet....and admit it...that looks damn good
Well the axels are set and aligned...it's at 53.8g as it is, so going to add a little more weight to it before I re-set the body and send it to the Graphite Bay.
Getting some cars ready for CC Riders feature race this week.