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Happy Birthday General Lee - Part 2

áááHere we are at the second episode of General Lee in the "Happy Birthday" version. In this phase I proceeded to modify the platform to accommodate the new engine, I painted the interior with the classic light brown and completely masked the bodywork of the car, leaving only the front mudguard on the driver's side exposed, then painting it with a gray primer to give the same effect as seen in the TV series. I also proceeded to paint the bonnet in the same way: to do so, I followed the same logic as Jeremey Tigner. In fact, in the series, the front fender and hood are completely distorted in the impact, so when the Dodge Charger is repaired, these parts are replaced and painted with a primer, before being painted orange. In the gallery, therefore, you will also find the repainted bonnet that I modified to be easily assembled and disassembled once the model is closed. But you will see all this in the next episode!

Posted by: Fabiano on Mon 3/20/2023 at 10:05   60

Tags: painted, proceeded, birthday, general, episode, bonnet, primer, front, happy, disassembled

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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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