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Muscle Car: Reloaded
My new '67 camaro, now with a nice (albeit simple) paintjob and some new pieces and parts! check it out and review!
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And here it is: johannes' (www.mocpages.com/home.php/4267) '67 camaro, heavily tuned by the humble ruud (me of course), is back after some serious rebuilding. it now features a nice red and black paintjob, a spoiler for extra downforce as well as a nice, completly redone engine which now features a sporty grey and yellow paintjob! check it out, folks!



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   Here's the view from the front. If you ever happen to see this in your rearview mirror, GET OUT OF THE WAY!



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   this pic shows the redone engine nicely, as well as the front, where i added a bodykit to give the car a lower, even meaner look.



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   here, the whole car is nicely shown. note that i have omitted the wheelie bar, seeing that the engine should provide enough counterbalance to keep the car from getting to much air. also notice the spoiler on the back for extra downforce.



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   i completly rebuilt the engine, searching grey parts to give it a metal look. yellow was used to add some accents and highlights.



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   this pic clearly shows the superchargers bolted on top for more power. note how they barely clear the belt drive due to their size.



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   from the side, the twelve cylinders a visible, as well as the compact building style, essential due to the small engine space available.



Comments

  November 6, 2010
Coooool!!! Can you send me the instruction for the engine? (niklas.warrelmann@freenet.de)
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  March 26, 2009
Nice job, the engine is great (obviously), and the spoiler really adds effect. I have an idea on the aforesed build off. I have started a contest in exclusevly pickups for a tricked out pickup. (For more details visit the page). I think I'll ask Ape to judge, and this would be a perfect setting for a build off.
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  September 28, 2008
sure it MAY be a Camero, but i think the Spoiler makes it look like a Plymouth Super Bee! I think the Engine is a LITTLE over-the-top, and it's a little too squareular... haha I made up a word... but yeah, nicl done. 4/5
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  July 19, 2008
The car's ok but that engine is brilliant! I might have to take some inspiration from this... (if you don't mind?) : )
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  March 30, 2007
Thanks for the review! I've thought about adding a roof to my Zonda, atleast something removable to represent the soft top. I really like this car, it looks like a classic muscle car, the exhaust on the side is pretty cool. I like how the engine looks, but it seems a bit big for the car, you should think about making it a little smaller, or atleast dropping it down a bit.
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  October 19, 2006
Forget under-powered, think over-powered! I like the detail and the Dodge Daytona/Plymouth Superbird-like spoiler. Though the very front could use some work, it doesn't stop this car from being cool!
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  October 15, 2006
Good job. This is a fantastic improvement on your previous dragster. Yeah, this is mainly because of the color (sorry) but the general shape has also improved.
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  October 8, 2006
great model ! Nothing to say
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  October 4, 2006
sweet
 
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