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bandit1

Member Since 19 Feb 2011
Offline Last Active Apr 18 2014 09:40 PM
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In Topic: amt california hauler

18 April 2014 - 09:42 PM

T600. The T660 is a newer truck and has never been kitted and the T800 is only available in resin.

Whatever that Canepa kit is... Im more Pete ... and i dont know nothing on KW stuff much if any! :lol:


In Topic: amt california hauler

15 April 2014 - 09:05 AM

That is good news. I might have to get 1 or two of those California Haulers. They will build into a very cool old school Peterbilt!  I'm looking forward to its release!  All that is needed now is for Round 2 to release the Kenworth W925 Conventional.

 

The W925 wont happen unless they modify the molds back... they modified them into the t660/800 kit.


In Topic: amt california hauler

28 March 2014 - 01:47 AM

This is good news... but read the post that round 2 has problems with the sleeper parts of that kit.... so lets see what happens ...

 

Another kit i have to buy a case or two of... :lol:


In Topic: CAT in an Italeri Ford LTL

23 March 2014 - 07:14 AM

 

Are you talking Resin and Photoetch ? Cant help you there.

 

If just needing "regular" hobby supplies may I suggest this catalog. Find a RR Hobby shop and see if they have one you can glance through if you have sticker shock.

 

http://www.walthers....uctinfo/913-214

 

Yep that is the price but it is a reference bible. Every bit of Plastruct, Evergreen, K&S and all others.  I get one every 5 years. Prices on items fluctuate but when you have the part number and order online it does not matter.

 

Im talking regular supplies... I know of 2 hobby shops near me minus the hobby lobby up the road...

its just getting to them is my problem...


In Topic: CAT in an Italeri Ford LTL

22 March 2014 - 01:00 PM

I looked all over for it also, thanks for posting the thread.

Now 3 years is a long time for no updates.

 

I know... I need to get my butt back in gear on it... But trying to locate supplies is hard when you cant find them even in hobby shops...