Jo-Han 1969 Plymouth Road Runner
This is an original Jo-Han body and hood ONLY. Kit bashed with AMT and Revell "B" Body parts. Vinyl top is scratch built with many other built and re worked parts. Dashboard was completely worked over from the Revell 69 Dodge Charger kit. Correct door panels were scratch built. Paint is Production factory color T5 "Bronze Fire Metallic" with Saddle interior and tan vinyl top!
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Nicely done! plus the red line tires, great looking build!
Excellent build, Thomas!
Thomas Pepe (@moparpep)
A "Coyote Duster" at it's very best. I owned a real one many years ago. Mine was a 383 car with an automatic and console, B5 Blue, inside and out...no vinyl top. Mine had the deluxe door panels with fake wood grain that carried over to the dash. Mine also had the hood blackout treatment, and Magnum 500 wheels.
I definitely clicked on the Like button. I restore old Mopar's now and I specialize in the E and B body cars.
Yours looks wonderful. T5 is a color you don't see too often. What did you use for the carpet ? It looks SO realistic too.
You nailed it buddy !
Thanks Lou! I used tan flocking for the carpet. I also restore old Mopar car and Marine products!
Very nice build, Thomas @moparpep
The interior is really great, the looks of the carpet, the seatbelts, all looking very realistic.
Seat belts are beveled pieces of styrene painted in Saddle color, and the belts are made from Cloth Surgical Tape also painted. The carpet is Tan Flocking.
Beautiful detailing work on the interior and the engine compartment - that engine looks real. Excellent paintwork.
Excellent work Thomas, Beep, Beep.
You killed this! That interior is rockin! I can't believe the rug! How'd you do the rug? Inquiring minds wanna know...
Thank you. The carpet is Tan Flocking.
Incredible detail and finish throughout.
Great Job Thomas @moparpep - the engine detailing Is fantastic.
I don’t know much about American cars but this is one really nice looking model.