I just got this from Time Machine Resin: A correct 68-72 Corvette small block hood made to fit the various AMT kits, but will also work with Revell kits with little tweaking. What makes it different? Full underside detail of bracing, latches detail, even the correct weatherstrip.
How do I know? I did the master from my own car (OK, shameless plug but anyways....)
Even in these highly magnified pictures, you can see it is a beautiful casting out of the bag. Very clean. Little to no cleanup needed. Jeff is quickly getting a good reputation for his work.
Here is the link:
Time Machine Resin 68-72 Corvette small block hood
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Posted 20 April 2007 - 05:01 AM
I like that underside detailing. That is a great example of how the aftermarket can enhance the hobby. I would love to see Model Car building raised up to the level of Armor and Aircarft model building. That is a perfect example of what the aftermarket should be offering the model car builder.