ROADRUNNER WITH ENGINE by 3DClassics123456 ()
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Named Car of the Year by Motor Trend Magazine for 1969, the Road Runners were built to be the fastest cars ever produced by Chrysler. While there were not many convenience options included, Road Runners had a long list of standard and optional performance features including a removable fiberglass hood. This Road Runner is powered by the 440 'Six Pack' - a 440 cubic-inch engine developing 390 horsepower!
It was a solid car and a favorite among moonshiners. It was faster than most police vehicles and due to its sturdy construction, was very reliable.
The Road Runner used the Warner Bros. cartoon graphics on their car which made it easily identifiable. Not only did it feature the Warner Brothers cartoon character's name and image decals, but the horn also went 'beep-beep!'
Plymouth paid Warner Brothers $50,000 to use the Road Runner cartoon image.
Image Comments (12)
You did a sweet job on this.... I had a hood on my 66 mustang that you had to pin down.... I spaced out pinning it down one day - I was lucky it blew up in the first 40 ft of take off... it was fiberglass, it ripped where the hinges are - my first and second car I ever own were 66 mustangs. ...this car reminds me of a car I use to own too.
Like I didn't expect anything less in the details department coming from you Alain...This is what model building is all about!...Your time and creativity and your eye for the littlest of detail are encouraging to someone like myself and gives me the encouragement to take my ability higher.Excellent Modeling my friend as you are one of the best around IMO!