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Young iron

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About Young iron

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  • Scale I Build
    1:25 and 1:24

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    Nice - FRANCE
  • Full Name
    Benjamin FILER

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  1. 1/24 Yugo or Fiat 127 kit by chance?

    Hi No chance for a kit. But you can find 1:24 Die-casts of these things. A lot of funny trash to repaint and detail. From brands such as Burago or Polistil. BTW, the Fiat 127 DOES exist, and is not that bad. Just add decent wheels, tricky details, and it will be respectable. Tadaaaa !
  2. Formula 400

    Yes ! Yes ! Yes !!!
  3. Like going back to the 1992 Street-Machine Nats.
  4. Seventies Land Yachts?

    This is an old subject. I've been hoping for them for 10 years (71 Rivi, any FWD Eldo, Lincoln Mk V, Pontiac Grandville, Buick Centurion, 1976 Cadillac Limousine, etc). We've had a few approaching subjects with the Low-rider wave. But now ? Did Revell sell enough 77 Monte-Carlos to pay the mold engineering ? What about the 1984 Cadillac ? Isn't the Low-rider trend oldfashion with modelers ? So, why these kits haven't been slightly modified to sell more ( stock 1980 Caddy, 1984 Fleetwood Brougham, 1974 Monte-Carlo, 1977 Olds 4-4-2). Where's the money ? The money ? MONEY ??? I just guess we had a golden era for Land yachts, and today is all about 80s and 90s. Or the good old Hot-Rod/60s subjects. Nevermind, you know what 1970s car I'd buy by dozens today if they had it kitted ? Mercedes R107s.
  5. '76 Firebird Trans Am -

    Here's the 1974 Super-Duty T/A I build years ago. I mixed a 1970 Revell and a 1974 Arii for the front fascia. To create a 1976, you should use most of the 1978 Revell Warbird, including the front bumper. Missing link Resin also offers Honeycomb wheels.
  6. Amt Nissan hardbody?

    I'll buy one just for the scale. 1/20 is just the perfect scale. Slightly bigger than 1:24, perfect for better details, but not Big Scale yet. No if they could release the Grand Cherokee as well...
  7. Round 2 September 2017 Product Spotlight

    I need a crate of these 1:16 T/As
  8. 1/16 MPC '79 Pontiac Firebird

    I wish someone offered decals for these T/As. Keith Marks offers great 1:24 ones (that's how I built my 1974 SD-455). But 79-81s still exist in various scales, from 1:25 to 1:8. Converting this reissue in a 305ci 1980, or just repainting a 1:8 TTA with fresh decals would be just amazing.
  9. Round 2 August 2017 Product Spotlight

    Nothing exciting to me. Except the idea of building 1:25 1974-78 GM cars : 76 Formula, 77 4-4-2, 73 Grand Am...
  10. 1977 Dodge Monaco/Crestwood wagon.

    Hi. The market will depend on quality. The poor interior/chassis/engine from the kit are okay since no one will admire these Lean Burn motors. But the body will have to be nice and feature, to my taste, side woodtrim and correct hubcaps.
  11. Hi You will find the second ones in the Amt Chevrolet Silverado and C-1500 Sportside pick-ups of the 80/90s. So you can place them under Pontiac Fieros. The first ones exist in various Revell and Mpc kits (1939 Chevy, 1967 Corvette).
  12. 1/16 MPC '79 Pontiac Firebird

    I have a hurt original, so this is great news and I will buy a few. Hope they will just complete the toyish tinted glass with clear one.
  13. Ok, just for Muscle-machines, here's my list : -Buick 1968 GS-400 -Buick 1969 Riviera GS -Buick 1970 GS-455 -Buick 197 Riviera Boatail GS -Buick 1973 GS-455 -Chevy 1967 Camaro SS -Chevy 1968 Corvette L-88 roadster -Chevy 1969 Camaro SS convertible -Chevy 1969 Corvette ZL-1 -Chevy 1970 Camaro Z-28 -Chevy 1970 Corvette ZR-1 -Chevy 1970 Malibu SS454 LS-6 -Chevy 1971 Camaro SS -Chevy 1971 Malibu SS350 -Chevy 1973 Chevelle Baldwin-Motion Phase III -Chevy 1974 Corvette 454 roadster -Dodge 1969 Charger R/T 440 -Dodge 1969 Coronet R/T Hemi convertible -Dodge 1969 Super-Bee 440x6 -Olsdmobile 1968 4-4-2/Hurst Olds -Oldsmobile 1969 4-4-2 -Oldsmobile 1970 Rallye 350 -Oldsmobile 1973 4-4-2 -Plymouth 1968 GTX convertible -Plymouth 1969 Roadrunner 440 4bbl -Plymouth 1970 Cuda 383 convertible -Plymouth 1970 GTX 440 -Plymouth 1970 Hemicuda -Plymouth 1970 Sport Fury GT -Plymouth 1970 Superbird Hemi -Plymouth 1971 Cuda 340 -Plymouth 1971 GTX 440 -Plymouth 1971 Hemicuda convertible -Plymouth 1973 Cuda -Plymouth 1973 GTX 440 -Pontiac 1967 Firebird 400 -Pontiac 1968 GTO -Pontiac 1969 Firebird 400 -Pontiac 1969 GTO -Pontiac 1969 Trans-Am -Pontiac 1970 GTO -Pontiac 1970 Firebird Formula 400 -Pontiac 1970 Trans Am -Pontiac 1971 GTO convertible -Pontiac 1973 GTO -Pontiac 1973 Firebird Formula SD455 -Pontiac 1973 Trans Am SD455 -Pontiac 1974 GTO -Pontiac 1974 Trans Am SD455 -Pontiac 1976 Firebird Formula W50 Appearance Package -Pontiac 1976 Trans Am 50th Anniversary -Pontiac 1977 Can Am -Pontiac 1977 Trans Am Edition -Pontiac 1978 Firebird Formula W72 -Pontiac 1979 Trans-Am Gold Edition -Pontiac 1980 Firebird Formula Turbo -Pontiac 1981 Trans Am Pace Car
  14. 92 firebird

    Hi Your Formula can be easily be replicated with any of these 1/24 1987-1992 Formula-T/A kit. Your biggest challenge will be the front bumper. Try to find a trash-built 1982-83, their bumper won't have a spoiler. Using a nice unbuilt example would be criminal. Good luck !
  15. Revell-Mercedes

    Proud owner of four 1:1 MBs, this is my list : -Just repop the C126 -W126 300-560SEL (LWB) -W123 Sedan-Coupe-Wagon (could mix OM617 and M110 engines, why not a TURBODIESEL wagon ?) -W116 450SEL 6.9 -W107s (at least a R107 500SL Roadster) -W124 Convertible -T2 Van -TN Van -Maybach 62S -W100 600 Pullman