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mk11

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About mk11

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 11/12/1963

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    alberta
  • Full Name
    mike mackie

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  1. you betcha... they'll be pretty much identical to the ones moeb supplies in their pickup kits. mike
  2. Here's Snake's famous picture of the original '68 amt body's rear wheel opening to aid in restoring the funny car body back to stock. mike
  3. 1969 Beaumont front bumper/grille

    How about a wagon? m
  4. 1969 Beaumont front bumper/grille

    Just don't send one from the monogram '68 as it is apparently a '69 dash mike
  5. Revell 1968 Chevelle

    Already being discussed here... mike
  6. 1969 Beaumont front bumper/grille

    Great project, Mike. The grills and header may even be adaptable to the new '68 coming out. Now we just need a resin '68 GTO dash mike
  7. What did you get today? (Model Car Related Items)

    There's a good reason for that similarity... the '65 Comet chassis and engine compartment were borrowed from the '66 Fairlane /Comet kit with some details backdated to look more accurate. mike
  8. The extra set of leaf springs in the amt Stones 4x4 could work for the front axle and the dana 60 rear axle from the same kit completes the conversion. mike
  9. Wild rose country mike
  10. 2019 GMC Sierra ( UGLY Truck)

    At least that new gmc looks better than the current iquana... seems like they alternate ugly between gmc and chev with the '07 restyle lost by chev with those chrome pontoons pasted on the front. mike
  11. The Nite package was just available in '91 and '92. AMT makes the correct flareside box for the '92; no need to fool with the incorrect '80 box. mike
  12. Great tutorial! Agrees fully with my impressions of the kit. mike
  13. I don't believe a rear step bumper was ever offered in the regular F-350 kits... maybe in one of the monster truck variations? mike
  14. This has sure been a fascinating look into the development and process of a long awaited subject Now I'm wondering if anyone's been working on a conversion of the '92 '96 (oops) into the more desirable '98-'12 CV... mike