The Hawaiian 1969 Dodge Charger Funny Car
|Model Type||Vehicle - Racing or Rally Car|
|Manufacturer's Reference Number||85-4287|
The Hawaiian Charger ran a scaled-down doby that was aerodynamically stable and was capable of funning the quarter mile in the low seven second bracket at speeds of over 200 miles per hour.
The body of this funny car has a separate hood. This is because the body is shared with the Chi-Town Hustler kit, but the hoods are unique to each kit due to the induction system of each car.
The main part of the chassis is one piece. A great many of the suspension parts are chrome, but that’s the way these cars were done back in the day. Brackets for mounting the rear axle are molded as part of the axle, and looks like it will securely mount to the chassis. The roll cage assembly attaches over the cockpit once it is in place. All interior tinwork is supplied, most of which mounts inside the body.
On the decal sheet are body graphics, a face for the tach, seatbelt logos, tire letters, and “remove before flight” ribbons. The instructions are very helpful and clear, with helpful tips for a smoother build, as well as a h int for sanding the tires for realism. Something we experience guys know, but a tip that will be much appreciated by those newer to the hobby.