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1967 Custom Dodge Charger . Here you go! My largest "large-scale" car to date! 16-studs wide of pure sinister classic Dodge! This Charger is slightly custom including an interior inspired by the infamous Black Widow Spider. Enjoy! . Back view. I decided to build a 1967 Charger because I think it looks nicer than the popular 1969 version. Side view. The most notable thing about the 1967 Charger as compared to the '69 is the length of rear overhang. I made the body to scale, but unfortunately the roof brings it out of proportion. Hood and doors opened. You can kind of get a glimpse of the interior from here. The engine. I didn't have any picutes of a stock 1967 Dodge this'll have to do. Trunk, doors, and hood opened. Trunk lid comes with a complimentary spider web! Eww! Here's the interior! I was inspired by the red "hourglass" design on a Black Widow's abdomen. As you can see, I've reversed the colors to contrast the blackness of the cars exterior. To top it all off, I added a LEGO Black Widow Spider to the steering wheel. Arachnophobics will not want to drive this car, I guarantee...

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