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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=72665
Submitted by: Low-Tech Redneck
Comments: 7  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 04-15-2008
View Stats Category: Vehicle Misc
Scale 1:17 model I built of a 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A 340. Of all the ones I've ever assembled, this one turned out the best of all.


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4-15-2008 @ 10:31:07 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
If only the front camber was a bit better, it would be darn near perfect

4-15-2008 @ 11:03:48 PM
Posted By : Subourbon187 Reply | Edit | Del
I used to build 1:24th scale models all the time, I had a Dodge Ram, a Prowler, a Kenworth Semi. Lotta good stuff.

4-15-2008 @ 11:10:17 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
Maybe this is a 1:24 then, which ones to Revell and AMT make? The ones that come in boxes the size of a lunchbox? Because that's what this one is.

4-15-2008 @ 11:34:40 PM
Posted By : Subourbon187 Reply | Edit | Del
#3, I think Revell and AMT make 1:25th and 1:20th scale and AMT makes about 1:18th or 1:24th. As for your Challenger up there it's hard to tell the size from the picture. If it was 1:17th scale it'd be pretty large, with a box probably about the size of a lunch box.

4-15-2008 @ 11:52:19 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
plastic or diecast?

4-16-2008 @ 12:21:21 AM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
I used to build models, too.

AMT 1:25 '95 Mustang GT
Revell/Monogram 1:24 '57 Bel Air, '57 Nomad, '57 Chevy Cameo pickup, GMC tow truck, Dodge Grand Caravan, '80ish Malibu cop car
Lindberg 1:20 GMC Sonoma and Jimmy
Testors 1:24 diecast '40 Ford Pickup, '49 Ford Club Coupe, '70 Chevelle SS 454
Airplane models including a Monogram B-17, P-51D, A-26 Invader, P-40 Warhawk
2 Discovery Channel P-47s (pack came with an He-111 as well, which I've never built)
Italeri C-47 Skytrain

To assemble:
AMT 1:25 1941 Ford woodie wagon, Plymouth Duster, '67 Mustang fastback
Revell/Monogram 1:24 Acura Integra Type-R, BMW 320i, Super Stallion Mustang, 2001 Mini Cooper
Revell/Monogram ginormous scale '64-1/2 Mustang
Monogram P-38 Lightning, Stearman PT-17 Kaydet biplane, F-8 Crusader, Grumman Albatross
Tamiya Morris Mini Cooper

Also have an AMT '84 GMC Sierra pickup and '90 or so Lindberg 1:20 Chevy S-10 which I've been holding for Driven_out.

This list isn't accurate, most likely.

4-16-2008 @ 05:42:35 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
I've never built a model kit that wasn't 1:24 or 1:25.

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