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MPC Buddy Baker's 1973 Dodge Charger

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1:16 Scale
Buddy Baker's 1973 Dodge Charger
MPC 811
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Price: $36.95

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MPC

MPC Buddy Baker's 1973 Dodge Charger

- Scale: 1:16
- Skill Level: 3
- For Ages: 12+
- Assembly: Requires Glue
- Released: Sep 2014
- Availability: In Stock
- Price: $36.95

1973 Dodge Charger Model Kit

Here we have the MPC Buddy Baker's 1973 Dodge Charger in 1:16 scale. This MPC model kit comes with step by step instructions to guide you through the assembly. To put together this model kit glue is needed, and the experts recommend paint for best results. Not recomended for children under the age of 12.

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UPC: 849398005255
MPC 811

2 Customer Reviews

Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5
Rating: 4 out of 5
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Challenging with many, many part. Having taken the time, the joy is rewarding to complete for the 1/16th scale. There is some flash and other then that, part line up well and detail is very good.
Rating: 4 out of 5
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It's nice to see this kit available again. What we have is the same Petty kit molded in red for the Baker Dodge. Having built both of the re-issues, this one seems to have less flash than the Petty kit. The tires in both kits have a strong oily smell to them, and need to be cleaned with hand cleaner to remove the mold release.As with the Petty kit, the Wheel Retaining Pins,(part 55) won't fit. Both the rear axle, and front King Pins have to be drilled out to accept the pins. A lot of the nice chrome has to go to be painted.The 2 inner panels, (part 313), are difficult to conform to the inside body. The parts have to heated to bend them into shape on the C Post. One glaring error in the kit is the exhaust pipes. They should the same as the Petty kit, NOT 2 separate pipes. The other little problem to be addressed, is the engine sits too high at the front. Built as the instructions say, and the hood won't close properly. Part 215 is the engine cover/motor mount. Trim the bottom of the legs a bit, the engine drops down,and the hood will close flat. The decals are very good. No problem applying them. Beautiful set. Part 308 are the windshield braces. Mine where too short, so, I made 2 new longer ones. Entire car was painted Ford Torch Red Automotive touch up paint, which is an exact match for the Testors Red.On a kit this size, just take your time, and don't rush. Fix a few minor glitches, and you have a very nice shelf model.

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