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Hybrid Muscle Car – Part Challenger, Part Camaro, Part Mustang

Hybrid Muscle Car – Part Challenger, Part Camaro, Part Mustang

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This car is not the real deal. In fact it’s only a toy, a wacky toy that incorporates design elements from your favorite muscle cars from Detroit — the Challenger, Camaro and Mustang. The Muschallaro, as our friends at Carscoop call it, is  the brainchild of a modeler named Robert D. A quick glimpse shows the front end of the Challenger, the back end of the Camaro and the back lights of the Mustang. The end result is an abomination but the look does grow on you.

Robert could have modeled the car in a number of ways but as he says in a forum for model, “I like the main body of the Camaro better than the Challenger. I like the Challenger front end better than the Camaro. Once the idea was in my head to add Mustang to the equation, it all came together, because I found out pretty quickly that the three could combine into one.” It took him four months to pull it off.

As a model car, it will need to be assembled.  You can find the details by clicking here.

Source: Fotki

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