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Luc Janssens

Member Since 26 Mar 2007
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In Topic: Moebius New trucks......KW, Peterbilt.....others? New trailer?

19 July 2014 - 06:55 AM

The only thing to keep in mind when choosing the subject matter is that it has to be full of chrome parts, especially when you're selling the American dream in Europe...

'bout the investment, see PM

In Topic: New Moebius Ford Pick-ups 1971 Ranger XLT AND 1969 Custom SWB

16 July 2014 - 11:13 PM

Fount this page on the old car brochures website...it's from a '70 P/U, of which item #13, may be of some interest.






In Topic: New Moebius Ford Pick-ups 1971 Ranger XLT AND 1969 Custom SWB

16 July 2014 - 10:56 PM

Here some links to save in your favorites folder, for when it's time to build the kit....




http://www.oldcarbro...ront Cover.html


In Topic: New Moebius Ford Pick-ups 1971 Ranger XLT AND 1969 Custom SWB

14 July 2014 - 10:45 PM

Hard to find pictures of the 1:1 that are near the same perspective as the model shot, as the photographer would need to be up on a ladder.  Did manage to find a fairly close shot of one on a wrecker...



Think one of the issues is, one of shadows, like the creases, curvatures are there, but don't realy show up right, due to photo shoot lighting, where the pics of the 1:1s are in natural light.


Maybe Sven needs to build one, which looks like it was exposed to the elements for a few decades, faded red, with flat white bumpers and grille, adding weathering, which will pop out the details. just sayin'...

In Topic: Why are there so many iconic cars that have never been kitted ?

14 July 2014 - 08:42 AM

The H&M is totally cool in my book, and I'd be all over a plastic kit like a monkey on a... well, you get the idea...   But there's literally nothing left stock on the H&M.   Top's chopped, wheelbase is altered, frame is shortened, rearend is a narrowed 4-link, interior is totally gutted, body is slid forward on the frame...  Would take 2 separate kits or a dedicated H&M kit to do it properly.  And who wants a stodgy ol' Plymouth business coupe, anyway? Give me one of the fastback sedan or the pre-war 5 windows (AMT already did that one) if you want to do a 40's Plymouth.  

Then release it as a snapper, I'm sure those who build Gassers will know where to source the parts for a full detail version, while the weekend modelers will end up with a decent looking shelf piece without much work.