Finished Part 1
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It was a nice sunny day here in Wisconsin in January so we rolled the Big Hemi out for the first time and took some shots.

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The classic design lines of the second generation Chargers really stand out here. All the hours and hours of sanding to get the panels smooth and even certainly paid off.

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This shot really highlights the smooth design and the aggressive look of the rear. The idea of blacking out tail panels was a great deign as it set off the tail lights an R/T emblem nicely.

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Check out the smooth reflections from the quarter panel in this shot. It was hard to keep this vision while cutting, welding, hammering and massaging the sheet metal but this is the payoff for all the time.

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The redlines set off the deep green and black top with a nice color combo while maintaining a classy look unlike some of the cars of this era that were nothing but stripe holders.

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This is just a mean looking car from this angle. I think back to the weeks of work in getting the grill to come out this nice and how they were all worth it.


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