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1967 Dodge Coronet . After a small break I'm back with another muscle car; this time a '67 Coronet. I tried the same style of side-paneling that I used on my Cuda, and it turned out pretty good IMO. I also built the bottom of the car, so you acn see the frame, engine, and exhaust pie from the bottom. This is also my first car to have an opening trunk. The tires are Rolands Kirpis's idea, so credit to him for that; everything else is mine though. So take a look at it and tell me what you think! . Everthing open Here is the bottom of the car; you can see the engine, transmission, drivetrain, and exhaust line. A close up of the back end, you can see the leaf springs pretty well in this picture. some close ups of the engine. The back end, notice the detail on the axle. Well, that's it! Rate it or comment and tell me what you think!


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