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Just now, The 55er said:

That red & white striped Dodge at the top right is a model of the 1965 Ramchargers Candymatic drag race car that was popular at the time.

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Back in the day, I built that model of the '65 Dodge Coronet (I think that is the correct model designation) - the Ramchargers drag car, but

I cut the front fenders and rear quarters and frame to alter the wheel base, just as the "funny cars" evolved to altered wheelbase cars.  That 

was a really cool model.  I was so proud after I did that modification.  I should find another kit and do it again.

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8 hours ago, wldavis said:

Back in the day, I built that model of the '65 Dodge Coronet (I think that is the correct model designation) - the Ramchargers drag car, but

I cut the front fenders and rear quarters and frame to alter the wheel base, just as the "funny cars" evolved to altered wheelbase cars.  That 

was a really cool model.  I was so proud after I did that modification.  I should find another kit and do it again.

Here you go, Bill:

 

AMT 1965 Dodge Coronet (Snap) 1:25 Scale Kit | Round2 (round2corp.com)

 

Update! Moebius 65 Dodges - Car Kit News & Reviews - Model Cars Magazine Forum

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11 hours ago, wldavis said:

Back in the day, I built that model of the '65 Dodge Coronet (I think that is the correct model designation) - the Ramchargers drag car, but

I cut the front fenders and rear quarters and frame to alter the wheel base, just as the "funny cars" evolved to altered wheelbase cars.  That 

was a really cool model.  I was so proud after I did that modification.  I should find another kit and do it again.

I did something similar, still have it.

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