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Been kicking around the idea for some time now. Seeing as how we haven't had one yet, I thought it would be a good idea.

What do you think?

RYAN.

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Non-aircraft GBs are just fine. :thumbsup:

I think this sounds like a great idea if people are interested.

Later this year there will be an ARC Automotive modeling site anyways.

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I'm willing to jump on board with this one. Give me an excuse to build a General Lee out the AMT's 69 Charger kit. Also would probably do a what-if state trooper car out of either the same 69 Charger kit, or out of a 70.5 Camaro kit, provided its alright for this build.

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Yes!! Don't know what i'd build, but i would join. Would like to know what qualifies. Muscle cars to me mean 60's to mid 70's North American stuff. How about Pro Street or Street rods?

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Non-aircraft GBs are just fine. :rolleyes:

I think this sounds like a great idea if people are interested.

Later this year there will be an ARC Automotive modeling site anyways.

Hey, now wait a second...you been promising an ARC (ARMOR RESOURCE CENTER)! What ever happen to that idea?

Robert

Oh, and yea, I would be interested in doing a muscle car. I happen to have several in the stash. :lol:

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Hey, now wait a second...you been promising an ARC (ARMOR RESOURCE CENTER)! What ever happen to that idea?

Robert

Fear not Robert.....both Armor and Auto sites are coming. :jaw-dropping:

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Non-aircraft GBs are just fine. :jaw-dropping:

I think this sounds like a great idea if people are interested.

Later this year there will be an ARC Automotive modeling site anyways.

I'm glad to hear it. I've been slowly accumulating Model T kits over the years. Maybe I should build one.

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Non-aircraft GBs are just fine. :deadhorse1:

I think this sounds like a great idea if people are interested.

Later this year there will be an ARC Automotive modeling site anyways.

SWEET!!!!!!!!!! :thumbsup:

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I'm in, I just found a 1/25 scale version of my '04 GTO. I've only been looking for this kit for the last 4 years. This may be the first group build I actually have good enough timing to participate in.

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This kinda gives an idea of some muscle cars.

Full-size muscle models

1962-1970 Buick Wildcat

1965-1974 Buick Riviera GS until 1972, then Riviera GS Stage1 models

1961-1976 Chevrolet Impala SS until '69, then any high HP-engined models

1958-1975 Chevrolet Bel Air

1958-1972 Chevrolet Biscayne

1965-1976 Chevrolet Caprice

1959-1975 Ford Galaxie

1962-1967 Mercury S-55 (1964 and 1965 badged as a Marauder)

1959-1974 Mercury Monterey

1960-1973 Dodge Polara

Mid-size muscle models

1970–1971 AMC Rebel and Matador The Machine[45][46]

1968–1969 Buick Gran Sport

1970–1974 Buick GSX

1965–1973 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

1966–1974 Dodge Charger

1968–1971 Dodge Super Bee

1969 Dodge Charger Daytona[47]

1966–1969 Ford Fairlane GT, GTA, and Cobra

1968–1974 Ford Torino (GT, Cobra, and Talladega)

1966-1972 Mercury Cyclone

1970-1971 Mercury Montego

1968–1971 Oldsmobile 442

1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass "Ram-Rod" 350

1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass W-31

1967–1971 Plymouth GTX

1968–1974 Plymouth Road Runner[47]

1970 Plymouth Superbird

1964–1974 Pontiac GTO

Compact muscle models

1969 AMC SC/Rambler

1971 AMC Hornet SC 360

1963–1974 Chevrolet Nova SS

1968–1976 Dodge Dart GT, GTS, Swinger, and Demon

1970–1976 Plymouth Duster

1964-1969 Ford Falcon

1970-1976 Ford Maverick Grabber

1964-1975 Mercury Comet

Pony car muscle models

1968–1970 AMC AMX

1968-1974 AMC Javelin and AMX

1967-1974 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 & SS

1970–1974 Dodge Challenger

1965-1970 Shelby Mustang GT350 & GT500

1967-1971 Mustang Cobra Jet

1969-1973 Mustang Mach 1

1969-1970 Boss 302 Mustang

1969-1970 Mustang Boss 429

1971 Mustang Boss 351

1969-1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator

1964–1974 Plymouth Barracuda

1967-1979 Pontiac Firebird & Trans Am

Muscle trucks

1965-1987 Chevrolet El Camino SS

1967-1979 Ford Ranchero

1971-1977 GMC Sprint

1978-1987 GMC Caballero

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In case anyone is confused as I was before I looked it up:

A "Pro Street" car is a drag car that still has plates and can be driven on the street. They typically have a narrowed rear axle and wheel tubs to accommodate huge rear slicks. There usually "back-halved" car's meaning only the rear axle/suspension has been highly modified while the front suspension is all stock.

Unlike a full on drag car, a lot of Pro Street car's retain modern convenience's like A/C, a Stereo and full interior for example. They all have typical safety item's to be street legal like functioning winshield wiper's, exterior lighting and horn etc.

RYAN.

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