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    79 Volare Duster model

    I finished my friends 79 Volare Duster. The center console was removed. The shifter was relocated to the steering column. A functioning buddy seat was scratch built and plaid inserts were added to the seats. The model came with a V8, so the slant 6 and side mirrors from the Deora model were used. The wheels were from another model.
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    Great looking Duster Ron! I need to start using the flocking in my builds too.
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    Looking good. BTW, Did you have to change the K frame from V8 to slant. LOL

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    Nice!!
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