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This is another one I did alternating coats of Krylon Satin Nickel and Navy Blue, finishing this time w/ a Navy Blue mist.
It was actually the first time I tried doing it so it didn't come out quite as smooth as the GTO.









This JL '70 Superbee has been sitting in the boneyard for months. I found a set of
whitewalls that didn't need to have cut axles to fit and threw them on to save it.






 

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I love the superbee and great job on the RoadRunner. :thumbsup: Love the huge pipes hanging out the side :lol: :)

Cheers, Cougar23
 

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Love the MOPARS! What did you use for the pipes on the RR? :thumbsup::thumbsup: rr
It's 1/16 inner diameter tubing they sell at TruValue Hardware for .69 a foot. I used 1/8 for my '41 Willys and '69 Firebird T/A throwdown exhaust. It's not steel cause it will break if you try to get it to bend w/ something inside it.

I took the Superbee apart for some reason when I first started customizing and it's been laying around since.
 
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