I've been wondering about that also. It appears to be two different racks of test shots unless they moved just one rack for the pictures. The pallet racks in the background appear to be different colors and it appears the one lower bar is not completely filled with hangers.
The following is from the Questions and Answers from the link I posted in my previous post. Larry C says: July 29, 2014 at 11:23 am It is great to see some of the old kits being re-issued. Any chance for a re-issue of Dukes of hazzard, Cooter’s tow truck? Reply JohnG says: July 31, 2014 at 7:41 pm It’s not beyond the realm of possibility at some point, but the tooling was changed. We’d have to piece it back together. - See more at: http://www.collectormodel.com/round2-models/2224-whats-a-hanger-shot/#comment-13806 If we let Round 2 know there is an interest in certain kits perhaps they will realize the investment in time and restoration may pay off for them.
How about the Cooter's tow truck? It doesn't have to have the DOH decals or liscensing, perhaps some generic service station and body shop decals. If they still have the licensing for Texaco do it as a service truck for a Texaco station. And make sure it has all the accessories as they were back in the day.
From my PB account I go to the album and picture I want. I then go to the right side of the page where it says share this photo. I then left click the box next to IMG. It copies it automatically and then I paste it in my message.
I just looked over the instructions on the drastic plastics instructions page. It appears to me that the hood can only be used without the stacks. These are probably the original instructions where all the assembly steps are in text. I didn't notice anywhere that states not to use the stacks with the hood. If you look at the pics of the completed model it would appear that the hood wouldn't fit properly with the stacks. http://public.fotki.com/drasticplasticsmcc/mkiba-build-under-c/amt-instructions/automotive-cars--pi/ford/1931-1940/amt-32-ford-victori1/?view=roll#1
Mike, glad you did some business there. Ernie was upset about the poor turnout of vendors and spectators. Next show/swap will be at his slot car drag strip in Troutman until we can get the show to grow. He may do one in March at his drag slot car location. I'll keep you up to date on date and so on. Whoops, double post.
Mike, glad you did some business there. Ernie was upset about the poor turnout of vendors and spectators. Next show/swap will be at his slot car drag strip in Troutman until we can get the show to grow. He may do one in March at his drag slot car location. I'll keep you up to date on date and so on.