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Hi everyone...

The Viper is all but completed now, all it needs is some interior painting and two hoses in the engine bay, and I will be all done. :cheers

Have changed the wheels to Some Chrysler Crossfire rims and the cross fire engine intake cover for a different look :). Also added a fan/raditor up front and just need the two hoses to go between the top engine manifold and the radiator.
 

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Last one guys! :cheers

Notice the crossfire engine cover.. Looks pretty good to me even if this came from a 6 cylinder :) :giggle :giggle

Gives it a retro look :happy It fit perfectly on top of the Viper Block :cheers
 

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Many thanks guys! :cheers :cheers .

I'm not an airbrush artist myself but my firend is. Ive only got a cert 3 in spraypainting 1:1s with a normal 2 pack gun .. usually in a down draft 1:1 spray booth/oven.
 

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Strach,

Thats awesome work. :nicejob
thanks so much for the compliments Darrick and all those who have posted :) :cheers :cheers :cheers :drinkbud :drinkbud
 

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Wow that looks incredibly mad Stach!!! :drool :drool :drool Thos Crossfire rims and intake make it look even better!!! :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna
Great work mate!!! :cheers :cheers :cheers
 
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I already called this the work of art but it just got better with the engine improvements and bigger rims (the original rims always looked too small). It's a model to be proud of D8. :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob :cheers
 
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