'69 Dodge Charger "General Lee"

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Hello

Want to show you me most recent finished Body.

The Dodge Charger General Lee from "The Dukes of Hazzard":

Special features:
- movable headlight cover (servo-control is planned in future)
- Detailed Dashboard
- DIY front ram bar
- DIY mirrors and accesoires made of metal.

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Some WIP Pics:

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Hope you like it!
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That is friggen sick.

What did you use to make the dash and door panels?
Awesome work!
Wow! That is awesome!
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Wow, detail work is amazing.
Thank you! The interior is made out of lexan and envelope paper Wink
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Man thats some work put in on the interior and it reall looks good!!! Can't wait to see the servo controlled headlight covers!
Awesome!! Does it actually run?
Thank you guys!

@osncoll_0716@icloud.com
Yes it is driftable, although it is quite heavy, around 15oz only for the body. But my setup runs well with heavy bodies Wink
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That is awesome! You did a great job on this one.
MST RMX 2.0S



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