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Bill Coulter

Member Since 23 Feb 2006
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In Topic: #158 is a KILLER!

17 May 2011 - 06:37 AM

I wish I could take credit for at least some of it... but I can't.
I hate to say it, but it's out of my hands now... and that's a good thing!!!!
Harry has been busting okole on the mag, and it is finally getting to be where it should be at.
Here's a sneak peak at the May/June cover:


Now, is there a doctor in the house (that can fix me!!!!)?
Wait till you see Dr. Cranky's book too!

Thanks, Harry.
And Jairus
And Chuck
And Mark
And Larry
And Bill
And Wayne
And Tim
And Tim
And Dennis
And Keeler
And William (jabill)
And Ken
And Sherri
And Auggie
And Joe
and of course, KELLY

Hey Gregg...

I know it was an oversight but let's be sure to add Len Carsner to this 'thank you' list. He's been responsible for everything from iHobby coverage to doing a lot of the heavy lifting on many of the kit review/how-to articles he and I have cooperated on together in Model Cars magazine. The Revell vintage funny cars featured on the May/June 2011 cover are a great example of Len's efforts.

Bill Coulter

In Topic: Woodgrain Decals For '57 Ford Squire Wagon

15 January 2011 - 04:16 AM

Modelhaus offers a wood-grain decal sheet that should work just fine on your 57 Country Squire.

Bill Coulter

In Topic: '62 Chrysler 300H

31 August 2010 - 02:11 AM

Hi Roger...

Actually, 1962 was the only year of the legendary Chrysler letter cars that the cross ram set-up wasn't factory installed. The H's came from the factory with two four barrels in-line. The cross ram that year could be had but it was dealer installed. There was such a fuss about this that Chrysler went back to factory installed cross ram set-ups starting in 1963 on the J model.

Nice model.

In Topic: Revell 1968 Hemi Dart - They're Finished

25 July 2010 - 03:41 PM


In the second line of this caption (third photo in this posting), where it currently reads "automotive", it should read "automatic" (as I've changed it below):

Here’s a quick comparison of the two rear suspensions available in this new Revell Hemi Dart kit. On the left is the street set-up utilizing an 8-3/4 in. rear axle (dome shaped gear cover) used with an AUTOMATIC transmission the GTS version of this kit. On the right is the Dana rear axle that’s part of a four-speed drag racing set-up. Not the difference in overall width in comparing the two. The 8-3/4 in. (wider) is attached to the outside of the rear sub-frame rails. The Dana (narrower) is attached to the topside of the rear sub-frame rails and is intended for four-speed application.

An overactive spell check I guess.

In Topic: Revell 1968 Hemi Dart - They're Finished

16 July 2010 - 12:56 PM


Your input is always most welcome.