70 Roadrunner restomod build

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    I will update pics as I go, thanks
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  1. 68Moparmaniac
  2. Mopartank
    Look great, well done so far and good luck.
  3. Rob R
    Oh my god that's a lot of work!! very cool ! :thumbsup:
  4. Bigtime
    Keep us posted! Bet it took a lot of math to figure out where to cut the body for that Viper engine! Can't wait to see updates....
  5. bobgears
    Very nice
  6. Hey-O
    Look a rocket!!! well done!!!
    1. 66383
      SWEET!! If I had your talent and your money, I'd BURN mine!!
      66383, Dec 24, 2018