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1968 Plymouth Roadrunner.

Discussion in 'Models - Games - Toys' started by 528-Hemi, Apr 12, 2016.

  1. Scrounge

    Scrounge Well-Known Member

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    A real one. A friend gave me a 1:18 model of a GTX convertible. I owned a '69 Satellite sedan with a 318 for a few years (the ignition switch was to the left of the steering column). The '66 to '70 Belvedere-based models were how a car should look.
     
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  2. 528-Hemi

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    I can understand "Afford" now!!!! Those cars aren't cheap! LOL I'd love to own any of them, in the late 60's early 70's..... I LOVE the '70 Coronets myself, my all time favorite car of ANY car made!
     
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    The final product is amazing. Good Job
     
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  5. Scrounge

    Scrounge Well-Known Member

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    Except for the hardtop body style, that looks like my '69 Satellite. Even the color is the same -- mine was called Saddle Bronze Metallic. The seats are a different design; mine were vinyl. Also, the one in the ad has the ignition switch to the right of the steering column. I thought the '69 Mopars, at least the Plymouths and Chryslers, were all on the left side. Of course, the engine is different. The price he's asking could have bought a decent house with a garage when the car was brand new.
     
  6. 528-Hemi

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    Thanks man! Much appreciated!!!! Was a FUN model to build!!!! Now I'm off to the next one to finish up!
     
  7. GLHS60

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    Very nice job!!!

    I believe the full size had the left side ignition, 1969 only.

    It was designed for fast getaways!!!

    Thanks
    Randy
     
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  8. 528-Hemi

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    Thanks Randy! Its greatly appreciated!!!! Thats what keeps me building... people liking what I do within a model build!
     

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