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In Topic: 77 GMC with out the snow plow 1 0f 2 that I bought

Yesterday, 02:46 AM

Both trucks look great - I especially like the blue one!!! It looks like you got a good shine on the blue truck especially and the opened grille adds a nice, realistic touch. Nice work Rick..

In Topic: What cars interest you in resin 1/25

18 September 2014 - 05:17 AM

5.0man, on 18 Sept 2014 - 05:26 AM, said:5.0man, on 18 Sept 2014 - 05:26 AM, said:

I'm currently thinking of a few models....I'll be casting soon when masters are ready



'67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88    

'68 Mercury Cougar GTE          

'68 Chevy Bel Air

'69 Plymouth Belvedere

'70 Buick Estate Wagon

'72 Chevy Biscayne

'73 Ford LTD Brougham

'74 Mercury Cougar XR7

'78 Ford LTD II

'79 Ford Thunderbird

'79 Oldsmobile Cutlass

'85 Ford Mustang GT and LX notchback

'90 Chevy Caprice


If the prices were in line and affordable, there are more than a few there that would interest me! Of special interest are the  Olds Delmont, Cougar ( with conversion to a 67 6.5 Liter ),  68 Bel Air ( police car? taxi?? mmmmmm.. )69 Belvedere ( as stated with Road Runner option ), '70 Buick wagon, and the 73 LTD. Someone really needs to do the following:


 '59 Chevy Brookwood 4 door wagon - a Nomad would suffice

'59 and '60 Chevrolet four door sedan ( police car?? taxi?? )

'65 Dodge Monaco hardtop

'67 Dodge Monaco hardtop

'67 Dodge Polara convertible

'66 Chrysler New Yorker H.T. convertible and wagon

'65 and '66 Dodge Polara convertible

the Hawaii Five 0 '68 Mercury Park lane 4 door hardtop

late '80's Ford Crown Victoria ( police car?? taxi?? )

1965 Ford F100 long, wide box

"Supernatural" '67 Impala four door hardtop

'67 Ranchero w/the deluxe Fairlane 500 side trim

'70 Impala ( NOT the Impala Custom roof )

'70 Caprice hardtop and wagon

'70 Dodge Monaco


In Topic: Looking for '65 Ford Fairlane interior bucket!

14 September 2014 - 07:09 AM

The Mercury Meteor was built on the Fairlane platforn in 62 and 63 - perhaps one of those may yield a better rendition of a stock chassis although those kits are pairly primitive underneath compared to some of the newer ones. The upcoming Moebius '65 Comet mightbe your best bet if you want detail - when ever they are released.

I have an interior for a Fairlane here somewhere but it is mmissing the rear seat as someone cut it out to build a race car. I can see if I can locate it if you want. You could substitue another rear seat if you wanted to.. maybe a '64 Fairlane?

I know that searched for a long time for an interior bucket for my '65 Fairlane kit and I was really pretty happy when I finally found a good one on Ebay. Let me know if I can help...

In Topic: AMT 1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454 - Misty Turquoise

14 September 2014 - 06:48 AM

Wow!!! One of my favorite GM products and in the prettiest colour that they came in IMHO!!! You really did that one nicely and it looks sweet. Have you considered another in that colour but with a white vinyl roof and white interior? Or black?? Those cars, like most of that era, look so good with a vinyl roof.. Good job on building your car stock - there is niothing that can be done to those first generation Monte Carlos that can in any way mprove on the factory, stock look. Sweet!!!!!

In Topic: Jo-Han '62 Chrysler 300

14 September 2014 - 06:43 AM

That really looks great!!! You just gotta love those old Johan kits..