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Greg Myers

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Why was the AMT 1941 Plymouth kitted ?

26 February 2015 - 05:37 AM

I have been thinking about this for some time now and have come up with no good reason why this particular vehicle would be kitted.

First off I thought maybe I had a case of tunnel vision and wasn't seeing the whole picture. Maybe there is a segment of the automotive world that I've missed. I go to many automotive events, 1:1 and models and really can't remember seeing too many 1941 Plymouths in any guise. Right now, let me say this, I don't think it's really a bad looking car, but it's no '40 Ford or for that matter any '40's Chevrolet(take your pic).1941_Plymouth_Coupe-beige=mx=.jpg The next question that crossed my mind was what has anyone done with them, hot rod wise ( or custom, or whatever?)? AUT-26-RK2824-01P.JPGOK, pretty nice, but there ain't a whole bunch of 'em.0615cf917cbe275bef4407c0d1c69d57.jpg Racing ? 1941+Plymouth+Gasser.jpg now we're talkin' But again, not too many.So it begs the question, why did AMT come out with this particular kit when there are so many other subjects to consider?


You could read for hours, lots of model car stuff too.

24 February 2015 - 04:58 AM

From Hemmings :   http://blog.hemmings...el-cars/page/2/    ^_^

 

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and you thought they were only at WalMart

23 February 2015 - 06:17 AM

http://www.buzzfeed....get#.nbg3OMM5E2  

 

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New Muffler Tone

21 February 2015 - 05:40 AM

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