Well I picked up the new Sox & Martin cuds today at my LHS and they still didn't fix the rear wheel well flares on the body, Come on guys !!!, the kit has all the parts for the stock version except the stock tires and stock decals,. The drag parts are nice, the carbs for the tunnel ram are a little flat, the decals give you a complete side red decal for the paint, the slicks to me are undersized, they left off any keystone mag wheels detail on the rims caps, Side windows would have been nice since no pro stock is allowed to run without them.But Revell fix the rear wheel flares issue, at the prices we are paying for these kits now we shouldn't have these glaring errors,just saying. Anyway I still think in some regards the Johan Sox & Martin Pro Stock Cuda kit is better detailed in some areas and it's 44 years old. I'm not saying the Revell kit is bad at all, they just did what was economical to get a pro stock kit out of their new tooling with just a few drag parts and decals added.
kitswapperMember Since 11 Jun 2010
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I'm a former drag racer and a graphic artist. I'm one of the founders and previous owner of SLIXX decals and a Photographer for Drag Racer Magazine.I have worked for Tom "The Mongoose" McEwen and Don "The Snake Prudhomme. Co produced the Hot Wheels Mongoose and Snake 35th Anniversary Dinner and Show.I have done consulting along with ads and graphics for many companies such as Revell, Model King plus Milestone Development and M2 diecast, NHRA,and many race teams and racing manufactures etc.
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