The Report function of the forum works well. If you see someone acting up, acting out, or just being an okole, use the Report function. It works! I have it set up so it not only sends me an email, but that email is then marked with a flag, and get's put to the top of my email list. I will try to access/look at the report/topic as soon as possible, but remember, I'm on a six hour time delay, and other mods not only have a life, but a real job as well. k den
Interesting topic.. Wel on modern automobiles where the black fret hides the glue, I'd say mount from the outside, just as per OEM. the location of the weather strip (on the clear or on body) hmmm, dunno which one would be better/easier to paint/mask On vintage (pre mid '80s) I prefer from the inside, the thickness of the pillars can be hidden somewhat, when one designs the clear with a precise fit (taken into account paint thickness) to the surround (windshield or backlite opening) but with a small almost "flash like" flange, (I think with current CAD technology a lot is possible) as a positive locator, glue surface on the inside.
In his day and age, multiple versions are a must, I'm only trying to find out if Trans-Am is a viable alternative version or not. Then I need to find out how much of the content can be shared between stock and racing, because that can be a deal breaker too
Would be nice, but it doesn't fit the Moebius "philosophy" With that I mean they have to able to release at least 2 siblings from that same basic tool, so they can spread the investment costs and generate more profit. Anyway...patiently and hopefully waiting for Dave to announce the next all new automotive kit(s).
-I only tried the 1mm pen so far, and so far had fun "chroming" headlamp buckets from kits which didn't have those as separate parts on the chrome tree. kits like Tamiya's Jeep Grand Cherokee, Mercedes-Benz 500 SEC, MB 600 SEL and S600, etc.......
Great job, the only things I would've done different is dirtying the windshield showing the wiper marks and the backlite would be sugarlike christals on the packagetray.. But that's just nitpicking cuz the body weathering is outstanding!
I'm not that knowledgeable on Chrysler products of that era, other that I like their styling, the same way the American public did, when these showed up in the showrooms at dealerships round the country. The question here is, when taking the skin off, how much is common and thus interchangeable between models, brands and from what production years, then with that in mind, what is possible with clever tool design (engine parts, chassis parts, interior parts, body and components and clear parts) for subjects for which there's a healthy demand. Maybe the knowledgeable Mopar fans here, can shed some light on this.... Hmm...this almost sounds like a $250k+ question