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johnwitzke

Member Since 11 Sep 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 19 2014 03:27 PM
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In Topic: What's the Ko-Motion

13 May 2014 - 03:49 PM

My Baldwin Motion collection will begin with the only 1967 Chevelle SS427 produced by Motion Performance. This car was originally ordered new by Charlie Mason.  This build will start with using the Revell 1967 Chevelle SS396 kit.  Scalefinishes Marina Blue paint will be used for the exterior and interior.  The car will have a black vinyl top. 

 

Several photo etch and resin parts have been sourced in order to complete an accurate build when the car was new.  Some of parts are Torque Thrust Wheels, Redline Tires, M/T finned valve covers (low gloss), valve cover wing bolts, Mallory ignition coil, photo etch under dash gauges (two originally located on the left side of the steering column), column mount tach, Hurst T-Handle shifter, and photo etch SS427 for the rear panel.  I plan on scratch building the custom steering wheel.   

 

I am getting ready to begin this one and will post pictures as this project moves along.


In Topic: What's the Ko-Motion

08 April 2014 - 02:46 PM

I would like to get a copy of Joe Oldham's book too.   As far as a favorite.  That is a difficult question to answer.  If I had my choice out of all of them, I would probably take the 1969 SS427 Nova 


In Topic: What's the Ko-Motion

07 April 2014 - 02:59 PM

Yes. I have Tales of a Muscle Car Builder.  Great book with a lot of info about the Baldwin Motion cars.