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tim boyd

Member Since 01 Dec 2007
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In Topic: 1/25 AMT Jim Cushman Plymouth Duster

Today, 08:21 AM

Will be interesting to see if the reissued kit includes the full side graphic treatment of the 1/1....as the original kit omitted it (I recall the insider story c. 1975 or so being that AMT's leadership told the engineering team that they couldn't afford the bigger decal sheet that would have been needed to have included the side graphics....).....TIM 


In Topic: Somebody give us a '40 / '41 Chevy Coupe!

Today, 08:15 AM

All it would take to do a kit of the '41 Chevy from Galaxie would be the front clip, a dash, and the chrome parts tree!  The '46-48 Chevies were merely warmed over 1941-1942 cars!

 

Art

 

What Art said.....look at the front doors of the Galaxie kits....during assembly this area is covered by the extended front fenders of the '46-48 design...but underneath....you'll see the '41 Chevy sheet metal////err////styrene, fully intact on Galaxie's body casting!  Now that the '46-'48 is to be available as a five window coupe (the previous kit had the aero sedan bodystyle that wasn't available in the '41 IIRC), now all this needs is what Art mentions above.  

 

The '41 Chevy is my personal favorite among all the pre-war Chevies, and I would really enjoy being able to build a 1/25th scale of that car (probably as a nicely kitbashed 1970's style retro-rod...). 

 

TB 


In Topic: Hugh Tucker's 1928 Chevy AA/SR phantom completed 5/26/2015

26 May 2015 - 01:24 PM

Gerald...great choice for a scale replica, and a most excellent job recreating it, too!  Thanks for sharing....TIM


In Topic: Will the builder please step foward

23 May 2015 - 12:15 PM

Thanks Guys....yeah, it's mine.  TIM


In Topic: The International Model Car Builders' Museum, Sandy Utah.

10 May 2015 - 05:06 AM

Mike...that's a really interesting idea or two there.  I'll try to make sure it gets passed on to the Board of Trustees....TIM