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Buildin a SAAC Mustang, advice?

08 September 2008 - 12:09 AM

Hi Folks, just curious has anybody ever tackled build a SAAC Mustang? It seems easy enough (use the 93 Cobra Mustang as a base) main questions are where do you find those rims and any sources of good reference material? I have attached a pic to refresh your memory. Thanks.

Revell Germany Mustangs, differences?

01 September 2008 - 08:52 AM

Hi folks, I was wondering if there are any differences between the revell North America Mustangs and the Revell of Germany Mustangs namely the
GT 500 '07
GT '06
and the GT 350H?

just wondering? PS if there are any other Revell of Germany Mustangs I would liek to know, thanks.

Keith Marks decal (probably dumb question)

27 August 2008 - 12:36 AM

Hi guys, I was wondering something about the Keith Marks decals, are they "slide off" the decal paper type decals (like the type that would come with a standard kit) or do they needed to be trimmed, I guess what I am trying to ask is are each individual decal raised on the decal sheet like with a revell kit or is the whole decal sheet flush with all the decals and each individual piece in need of tight trimming before you use it? I was just wondering? Thanks.

building a super detail 65-66 hardtop mustang ideas?

21 August 2008 - 12:12 AM

Hi folks, I am in the beginning phase of planning a "super detail" build of a 65 or 66 hardtop/notchback mustang. Heres the dilema! I see that revell builds a fastback and convertible in 1/24 and it looks pretty good you can dress it up with model car garage photoetch, but my project has to be a hardtop. I know AMT has a hardtop 1966 and that is great, but I was wondering does it allow itself for a super detail project? Last two questions, does anybody do a "hardtop" resin based off the revell/monogram mustangs or can I graft the roof from the amt to the revell? Finally if anyone has built a super detail 65-66 let me know what you used to "super detail" it, thanks.