AMT M&H Racemaster Dragster Slicks Parts Pack
Posted 21 September 2011 - 07:09 PM
thanks for the pic link thats a really kool site
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Posted 23 September 2011 - 12:55 PM
According to the pictures in the recent articale in the first issue of "Elapsed Times" from Car Craft they look like dead ringers to the pictures in all of their adds. This is a 12 page article about M&H Racemaster drag slicks.
Edited by Greg Myers, 23 September 2011 - 12:55 PM.
Posted 23 September 2011 - 03:12 PM
Scroll to the bottom pic, it shows the sidewall with both stripes the best. Strangely enough, there's an earlier scene where Herman and Grandpa are building the car that shows it with wider blackwalls and different wheels, more like what the car had on the show.
Well, at least now I know what I'm putting mine on! Just need to get another Drag-U-La when the single kits come out.
Oh cool! I love the Munsters and so does my Dad! It's his favorite show ever.
I'm definitely planning on building a Dragula for him one of these days and these will come in handy!
Actually, "Hot Rod Herman" was my favorite episode. Remember when Herman pulls the shifter out of the car and it has all kinds of tranny guts dangling from it? LOL
I laughed so hard at the beginning, when Grandpa was sitting and reading the newspaper- "It's says this year, the Yankees are out for blood. I'll tell ya, that sure is a whole lot funner than playing baseball..."
Edited by Wayne Buck, 23 September 2011 - 04:53 PM.
Posted 23 June 2012 - 03:39 AM
I just got an email from Model Roundup saying that orders are now availible on AMT newest parts pack, two sets of Firestone Delux Champion Whitewalls. They are priced at $12.90 at Model Roundup.
Here's what's on MR's Site:
Firestone Deluxe Champion Tire Pack (1/25) (fs)
The second serving of AMT's classic Tire-Pack reissues is here...the classic Firestone "Deluxe Champion" stock tire set. This venerable tire has been retooled a couple of times over the years, as it's used in so many kits. The earliest 1/25 replica of this tire became dubbed the "Trophy Series" tire, as it was generic without any sidewall lettering. Later retools saw Firestone lettering added and changes in the style and accuracy of the tread pattern. AMT's new incarnation of the tire has improved detail, featuring an accurate tread pattern, engraved Firestone lettering as well as the "F" crest and associated "Gum Dipped" lettering.
- 1 set of four Firestone Deluxe Champion Thin Whitewall tires
- 1 set of four Firestone Deluxe Champion Wide Whitewall tires
Posted 23 June 2012 - 06:13 AM
When my plastic pusher approached me about a pre-order, I got the impression it was a 2-pr set of slicks. I thought the price a little high, considering the previous release of slicks in multiple pairs. Guess I missed the boat.
Posted 23 June 2012 - 02:37 PM
Factory Stock cruiser
The Narrow Stripe Whites would look correct on any 60'-70's!!
Posted 23 June 2012 - 03:17 PM
Do I detect just the slightest twinge of sarcasm in that remark?
Oh good more tires as if I don't have enough already.
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Posted 24 June 2012 - 04:52 AM
Come on amt!Make a parts pack with the go-cart and all of your bikes!
OH That would be super cool. It's taken me a few years to round up some parts for a few builders i've collected. allmost have three of the truimph bikes. and 1 1/2 of the gocarts.
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