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That car looks like Speedy's Hot Rod.
 

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Thanks guys
Heres the first GTX I did based on the concept challenger for comparison.
Would love to get this one built like we did with my Charger concept.
 

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It looks like a roadrunner not a challenger to me. Sail panels, fenders and headlight surround/grill all Plymouth...not Dodge.
Ah Plymouth...they really had something going on there for awhile.
 

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Hey everyone!
Gopt a new one for you.
Ok it's not a challenger but it is based on one.
This is the Orange Crush GTX

Enjoy

Hey, DesignorMon,,, That thing looooks grrrreat !! What's it got in it; a 440Superjet ????:thumbsup:

Thanks guys
Heres the first GTX I did based on the concept challenger for comparison.
Would love to get this one built like we did with my Charger concept.
Yep, yip..the best....ohhh so, The New Chrgr is by you...now if someone [other than my words] can get Marchionne/Gilles to do a/Your Dodge Charger RT/Se Coupe ....plus the Revival of the Plymouth Nameplate...Chrysler will really be :redcap: !!!
 

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needs sidewall...

I would like to see normal sized wheels on this puppy, with some sidewall...maybe even in RWL-(17" or 18" respectively).

On another note,
Of course, calling it a GTX could eliminate the need to bring back the Plymouth name. Hhhmm...maybe a solution for the rumored return of the "Cuda"? Nice drawing either way Burningman!

Oh and here is a great wheel to start with...Cragar 612C
 

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Thanks Rag and to clarify the new Charger isn't mine. The Charger concept I posted here ages ago was built though.
Thank you Skialfs...i've been trying to keep away from classic cragar SS's I've used them on just about everything at one point or another. I do love the heck out of them though!


 

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Of course, calling it a GTX could eliminate the need to bring back the Plymouth name. /QUOTE]

Why is that? :scratchhead: The GTX was a Plymouth. It was, basically, an upgraded Road Runner with a 440 engine standard (like the Dodge Charger R/T), instead of a 383.
 

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Thanks Rag and to clarify the new Charger isn't mine. The Charger concept I posted here ages ago was built though.
Thank you Skialfs...i've been trying to keep away from classic cragar SS's I've used them on just about everything at one point or another. I do love the heck out of them though!


Oh ok, y-ahhh,a 1off for an "associate"!! That looks real good.:smokin:..almost too good !!!:bigthumb: Color is nice too !! Almost like a Midnight Copper ;if there is such a name !!!:thumbsup:

Of course, calling it a GTX could eliminate the need to bring back the Plymouth name.
Why is that? :scratchhead: The GTX was a Plymouth. It was, basically, an upgraded Road Runner with a 440 engine standard (like the Dodge Charger R/T), instead of a 383.
Y-ahh, y-ahhh. Some make it seem difficult for Chrysler to bring back Plymouth;perhaps it is... I'm not a big business man,lawyer,technical-like....but heck , I see a lot of Dealers that still have Plymouth;don't I :scratchhead::) !!!
 

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Of course, calling it a GTX could eliminate the need to bring back the Plymouth name. /QUOTE]

Why is that? :scratchhead: The GTX was a Plymouth. It was, basically, an upgraded Road Runner with a 440 engine standard (like the Dodge Charger R/T), instead of a 383.
You are correct, however my thinking was that GTX like SRT could be applied to various vehicles and sub divisions. ie. SRT Jeep, SRT Chrysler 300, SRT Dodge Viper and Challenger. It's a stretch I know, but that's what I was getting at. We wouldn't call it a Roadrunner.
 
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