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Here is a homemade model of a 1979 Dodge Magnum that I built a few years ago. As I young man of 27 in 1979, I saw a new Dodge Magnum in these colors in a Dodge dealer's showroom. There I stood with empty pockets.

More photos of this model are visible on a forum called Cardboard Model Car Showcase.
 

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Please excuse my typo on the title of my topic. I tried to correct it using the "edit" function, but that doesn't allow retyping the title. If an admin can fix that, please do, and thank you.
 

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Please excuse my typo on the title of my topic. I tried to correct it using the "edit" function, but that doesn't allow retyping the title. If an admin can fix that, please do, and thank you.
I have fixed it for you. It's a shame the Magnum and it's related siblings (Cordoba and Charger SE) were ignored in the promos plastic model car markets back then.

You found a very creative way around that.
 

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That's pretty cool, actually.
 

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I haven't been here for a while. Thank you for fixing my typo, and for the kind comments regarding my model. I've always liked the Cordobas, also.
 

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That is very cool!
 

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valiant67 said:
I have fixed it for you. It's a shame the Magnum and it's related siblings (Cordoba and Charger SE) were ignored in the promos plastic model car markets back then.

You found a very creative way around that.
I know it is not as big as a promo but Majorette did make a 1979 Dodge Magnum diecast car . I know becasue I had one and wish still had it.
 
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