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Posted By: Jani Bodmann
Posted On: Saturday February 8, 2020 at 1:26 PM
The rear window on the Daytona
was because it came from the earlier Charger 500, which was like an in between version of the regular Charger and the Daytona, with a less recessed grille, no hidden headlights, and a revised roofline to make the car overall more aerodynamic. The Road Runner from the outset didn't need any such modifications, so it's more akin to the regular model outside of its more outlandish additions. So they're both accurate on this front.

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(Pics) Dodge Charger Daytona by Spark by Jani Bodmann #27277
Very nice detailed (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27277.1
Those hoodpins are tiny and look very fragile. Nice model. (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27277.2
Looks really nice by Keko Romero #27277.3
I like the plain steel wheels - that's the way we drove our street cars back in the day! (EOM) by Ken Smith #27277.3.1
Way-el hell son - all ya need to do is slap #71 and Bobby Isaac's name on it and yer good to go! by Harvey Goranson #27277.4
Beautiful model but could they put the Magnum 500 wheels on it please (EOM) by Mark Millar #27277.5
[PICS] A couple of alternative "winged wonders" by Graeme Ogg #27277.5.1
I also have the same Daytona and Superbird , Graeme, along with the MAE Daytona. by Rich Pendleton #27277.5.1.1
A recent Road & Track had an article on these. by Harvey Goranson #27277.
Also part of the reason why there were more Superbirds by Jani Bodmann #27277.
The rear window on the Daytona by Jani Bodmann #27277.5.1.2

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