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38 Crush

Member Since 19 Jan 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 19 2014 05:24 PM
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In Topic: Help please: Disaster has struck our Model A truck!

09 July 2014 - 05:52 PM

I would agree with Cobraman, Debonder is the way to go but, unless you have some ,you'll have to get it at a hobby shop or craft store when they open. :o


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

06 July 2014 - 12:26 PM

 

Check their website. "We're sorry, this product is no longer available."

 OPPS   !!!!! BUT they did send me a flyer!!! My bad :D


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

06 July 2014 - 12:04 PM

 

More than almost gone. They're gone, at least as far as producing diecast model cars. The only way to get them now is on the secondary market.

Sorry Harry, But there is still one more to go. Danbury is still offering a '35 or '36 Ford stocker in 1/16th scale and that's it, no more !! I'm still trying to understand why? Must have been extra parts :lol:


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

06 July 2014 - 06:02 AM

Well guys I really don't know what to say about your not being able to obtain most of the original cars in this thread. I must be missing something because I have most of them except the Manta Ray. and the Cheetah. But the Cheetah is available in resin. Most of these are not kits but Diecast from The Danbury Mint. I have the California Kid, The Little Deuce Coupe and the McMullen Roadster plus several others. Butttttt....The Danbury Mint is almost gone now so it could be somewhat difficult to pick these up in the future. :(


In Topic: THE UNCERTAIN "T"

24 June 2014 - 10:32 AM

I may have some of it, looking at the instructions online doesnt really make it clear. Do you have any pics of it?

By the way sorry I don't have any pics but I also found the instructions online at http://public.fotki....certain-t/t3.ht Hope this helps !!

Harold