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  2. Monogram Little T

    Perfect build -wow !!!
  3. Hi ! Another video of my junkyard... There are some new junkers and details ! What do you think about it ?
  4. Escort Pro-Stock

    With a big enough shoehorn and a lot of ingenuity it can happen.
  5. AMT ‘33 Willys

    x2
  6. couple 38 fords

    Yes they're both definitely amazing !!!
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  8. couple 38 fords

    OMG! This is the best build thread ever! I absolutely love the kit bashing! The yellow pickup looks as if it could be a hot wheels car! The only two things I would have changed would be lower the rear suspension height just a little and smooth the tailgate. But WOW what good looking builds!
  9. Someone say "D" Type ?

    I think that Fisher make a resin kerbside kit of the D Type in 24th scale. Got a feeling that they make a Briggs Cunningham Special in same scale. I had the Lindberg one some time ago, and agree it is not much more than a slot car shell. Can see why cross kitting with the Revell C type looks feasable to kitbash. The D Type is such an iconic Le Mans racer that I am surprised that it has not been kitted with full engine detail by one of the mainstream kit manufacturers.
  10. Traditional '40 Ford Coupe Custom

    I love what you are doing here! Can't wait to see it in primer. I'd like to see that "Dream Truck" some time too.
  11. AMT Parts Packs - Your Ideas & Suggestions?

    I would go for something like that also since they could also be used in police vehicles that are lacking those options, but I also like to use shotguns as a custom shifter in some of my big rig builds. Add to that list wrecker bodies Chris. Though the only wrecker body that AMT ever made I would like to have is the Holmes 750 (I think but I know it is a Holmes unit) from the 1/43rd scale Peterbilt wrecker, I would love to see Revell put out a Parts Pack of their two wrecker bodies as well as Italeri make a parts pack of their wrecker body. Also to somewhat answer your question about the Moebius wheel and tire set, that was a big hit for me. I have four sets and whenever I find a set lonely at the hobby shop, they follow me home!
  12. Wheel I.D. Help, Please

    Strange... they must have been retooled at some point. Here's what I was thinking of; it's an Advent issue similar to what I had: Same thing, previous '70s issue:
  13. Traditional '40 Ford Coupe Custom

    I moved onto the headlights tonight. The original builder glued the headlight surrounds directly to the fenders and then puttied them in. For a cleaner look, I made them smaller and then recessed them into the fenders.
  14. Alclad II website down?

    http://alclad2.com Hopefully they just forgot to pay for hosting their site.
  15. Daytona 500

    Hmmmmm........I didn't know they made the Camaro front wheel drive?!?!
  16. Escort Pro-Stock

    We had several V8 Mk 3/4 Escort race cars here in the U.K. here is a example that ran in Super Gas class. There is even a tubbed street driven van variant here too.
  17. Autoquiz 362

    Otherwise it would be to easy
  18. I don't think they are from that kit as that kit has full Moon style wheel covers. It doesn't look/feel/seem like they were ever chrome plated, either.
  19. 1977 pontiac lemans or Can Am body

    Ok then go for it! How long do you think on the pace car ?
  20. Thanks, Don. Here's the long side showing the wheels...with lug nuts.
  21. '63 Rusteel Impala

    Ok my bad. It's a rusted '63. Thanks everybody!
  22. Aluminum Moon Fuel Tank

    The tank in your image looks like the Moon 2 gallon tank?: I've only ever seen the 3.5 gallon style in aluminum from Detail Master, part number #3003, but I'm sure others have made them. Parts by Parks or Machined Aluminum Specialties, maybe?
  23. What AMT/MPC Molds Might Still Exist at Round 2?

    I think whatever is left of both is a bit of a hot mess of sorts. Chris put together a nice history of both the AMT and MPC '67-'72 GM pickups a few years ago:
  24. 1/12 Tamiya Ferrari 312b

    Front steering knuckle with rotors,calipers and cooling duct
  25. 1/12 Tamiya Ferrari 312b

    Rear stub axle’s and brake rotors
  26. Looking for a few kits

    Thanks Steven, I may have a deal worked out here shortly with another member; so I will make a post afterwards to let you know one way or another.
  27. What Pleased You Today!

    That would please me also, and your daughter is a very lucky person and should know that someone was watching over her. I'm not talkin' about the truckers either.
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