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SSNJim

Member Since 15 Feb 2009
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In Topic: Dodge Challenger 2009 and newer

Yesterday, 02:08 PM

The AMT does, though I can't speak to the Revell.


In Topic: Cars that SHOULD be in the USA

Yesterday, 11:14 AM

Not really a car, but:

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In Topic: What did you see on the road today?

30 June 2015 - 03:42 PM

Saw a Rod Shop Barracuda (70-75 vintage) on an open trailer somewhere on the backroads of VA in the I-81 corridor. It looked brand new, so it was probably a repro.


In Topic: Am I the only one?

27 June 2015 - 03:41 PM

I do something similar. I keep the body near me for a while for much the same reasons. I'll pick it up and look it over to determine what to do with it - plan cuts/modifications, look at documentation/brochures and the like. I will often pick up a kit of a vehicle I like without a clear idea of what to do with it or how to do it. For example, it took a while to figure out what to do with the obese 2010 Challenger, and the body sat on my end table for quite a while while I planned out the sectioning.


In Topic: Post your wagons and 4-door sedans

25 June 2015 - 03:36 PM

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Chrysler 300 resin wagon by Jimmy Flintstone.   Chrysler actually sold these in foreign markets where they didn't market the Magnum.

 

Just what I was looking for! Thanks for the lead! It seems that none of the available Magnum/300 model kits can swap the front cap without major surgery.