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Old 12-07-2012, 09:34 PM
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When's the last time you saw a PT 63 Dart.........
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Old 12-09-2012, 02:36 PM
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now thats cool
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Love the green AMC. Don't see any of those being done. With all of the 69 Camaros being done ala Penske/Donahue, I would love to see a 71-72 Javelin done up with the red/white/blue color scheme that they raced later on. Otherwise, all beautiful cars.
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Love the green AMC. Don't see any of those being done. With all of the 69 Camaros being done ala Penske/Donahue, I would love to see a 71-72 Javelin done up with the red/white/blue color scheme that they raced later on. Otherwise, all beautiful cars.
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the dart and javelin look awesome
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Just did a 71 Javalin for one of my Goodguys Giveaway car design contest entries. You'll have to wait and see that in the GG Gazette in an upcoming issue when voting opens. I had considered doing the Red/White/Blue paint scheme but it was a little too restrictive, polarizing and obvious. There are major body modifications so I was way past trying to stay true any racing legacy the car had. When I post my 2 entries, I'll add the Penske/Donahue version for you guys.
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Old 06-16-2013, 11:51 AM
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While my favorites from that era are the 442, Laguna S-3 & Pontiac Ventura ... I'd love to see someone do something like the Dodge Aspen RT you drew.
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Old 06-16-2013, 10:59 PM
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Ben -- Ya know I love ya -- love your work....


I also know you didn't wake up in a cold sweat one night dying to design some mid 70's iron...


Having said that --- the cars from that era are hardly worth a rattle can of restoration. When all is said and done - what have you got? A pile of parts nobody really respected or wanted... and it costs the same to paint and upholster one of these as it does a car someone actually wants.


Your renderings made them look "nice" - but when I look at this era of car - I still see poor performing - poor fit and finish - plastic where it never belonged ill mannered gutless pigs. Even if you did put some nice lipstick on 'em.


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Greg-I don't disagree at all. As far as I'm concerned there are very, very few cars that are worth owning, let alone building up after '72. PHR approached me to do these to accompany an article they were running. Knowing that I render roughly 30+ 1st and 2nd gen Camaros each year, I jumped at the opportunity to stretch my legs and spark some interest even if an idea ends up on another car that we see regularly. It's fun and cheap (free) to do it on paper, building and trying to sell one of these for any decent money is delusional.
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