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Happy Birthday General Lee - Part 1

Waiting to complete the arrangement of the last showcases in my new attic (I will publish some new pics during the next weekend) I am carrying out the modification of 4 diecast models in parallel and today I would like to start showing you the first one. It was a project that I had in mind for a long time but that I never decided to make it: after seeing a similar version from my friend Roberto, I therefore decided to do it, but making a version more similar to the one made several years ago by Jeremey Tigner. Naturally I'm talking about the Dodge Charger that can be glimpsed in the episode "Happy Birthday General Lee": as a base I'm using a black Dodge Charger produced by Maisto and in addition to making some changes in terms of paintwork, I'll apply new resin-molded rims, a new engine much more precise than the standard one and of course I will also modify the interior, changing color and adding many more details.
In this first episode, I'll show you the starting model and the new engine, then I'll show you the first changes in the next ones. See you soon and have fun!

Posted by: Fabiano on Thu 3/16/2023 at 14:53   40

Tags: first, birthday, similar, changes, decided, version, charger, episode, general, engine

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In this period, I'm working on the Happy Birthday version of the General Lee used in 7th season the TV series "The Dukes of Hazzard"


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