After selling on Ebay and, by word of mouth for a bit We now have a website up. Some of the member here have bought from us in the past. For those not familiar with us we offer a wide aray of detail prewired resin distributors as well as some wheels sets and, a few other odds and, ends. We will be adding more items in the near future. You can have a look at our stuff here http://www.madmodeling.com/store/ Thanks.
Morgan Automotive Detail
Posted 13 February 2009 - 08:33 AM
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Posted 14 February 2009 - 09:53 AM
Kris, How bout selling a series of Vintage wheels for the Model T T , Model A A and later lighter duty 1 ton trucks such as the Dually Chevrolets and Dodges . I have suggested this to several casters and so far no takers ! Common , ya'll are selling the same products I have already seen ( RACING PARTS). Please???????
Interesting you should mention old truck wheels! I have mastering for the Ford 1.5/2-ton 5-slot, 5 lug offset steel truck wheel, as used by Ford from 1929-52 (along with Chevrolet, Dodge, Studebaker and International Harvester!), and the 1928-early 1929 single (not capable of being "dualed") 6-slot, 5-lug Model AA truck wheel already. In addition, I just got done spending approximately $300 to bring my old Sherline lathe back into action, and later this spring, plan on adding Sherline's excellent vertical mill to my workshop. One of the projects when I get that machine tool will be a TT truck rear wood wheel, possibly doing it with both the 33" high pressure tire, AND a solid rubber tire version. As I write this, I am in the midst of turning out the parts for the Marmon-Herrington Ford AWD front axle units from clear acrylic plastic, expect to have several of these done in a day or two as well.
FWIW, all my references, and my own eyeball observation of TT Trucks is that they used the standard Model T passenger car wheel up front, the front carrying very little more than it would have in a passenger car, the vast majority of cargo and body weight being nearly balanced over the rear wheels, so likely I'll not be doing a specific front wheel for the TT.
Posted 14 February 2009 - 10:24 AM
I've actually started building an Entex 1/16 Model T into a TT but even then I can't use much from it, just the basic engine/trans and front suspension, the rest will have to be scratch built, but if someone comes up with good parts in resin I might be convinced to do it in 1/25 instead!
Posted 14 February 2009 - 12:25 PM
Hey , WHITE EAGLE GASOLINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted 18 February 2009 - 06:25 PM
welcome to the darkside (we have cookies) lol
Posted 02 February 2010 - 01:13 PM
Jeep up the great work man.
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Posted 02 February 2010 - 03:39 PM
I agree they are VERY nice distributors. I used one recently for the first time.
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