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  1. With a different floor pan, engine and emblems you could make it a Mack (N Series) garbage truck. greg
  2. Does anyone know of aftermarket resin/printed grilles to change the years of the AMT Chevy van? greg
  3. Dave: Nice job. When I was a kid my good friends dad had a 59 4 door Bel Air. If I'm not mistaken the interior is 2 door, Was the base kit the Monograsm 59 Chevy? Did Modelhaus make a 4 door tub to go with the body? greg
  4. Wasn't really happy with the telephone booth door so I modified it, Getting close, I think it's going to be painted red with a ems/rescue motif due to the roll up exterior cabinets. Temporary light bar.
  5. It looks like a 1/32 Merlin/RollsRoyce engine, I cant identify the large bell shape housing in the rear. the round part lying behind the engine is wheel hub from a WW2 plane. The tranny is a truck kit tranny. AMT's Allison, MPC/Airfix spitfire merlin and Hawker engines in front of Bandi P51 greg
  6. I might have been a little harsh, but with a little modification other cabs could be used. Mack R and MR cab come to mind. The spread between the Ford cab and the body looks like it is for the tilt of the cab. I built these commissioned builds years ago using Jim Etter's cabs, forks and copied out of evergreen plastic the compacters body. greg
  7. Pretty neat and hopefully concepted without the aid of pharmaceuticals. greg
  8. If they went to the trouble of making the garbage unit, why not take the time and add a little extra to the cab details, Like emblem changes, marker light and non marker lights on the emblems, vents where they should be, Nice trick take the fire truck wheels and throw them in the kit. It looks like too much room between cab and body. Watched the video and lots of details and working parts, greg
  9. I'm an old guy and Kojack drove a Buick. Wouldn't you rather have a Buick. The one that the model company missed along with the Tempest. Kojak: Season 2 - Clip 2 - YouTube greg
  10. Just got this gift from my brother's friend whom I built a replica model of his old Chevy pick up. I remember loaning this book from the Library years ago, now I have my own copy. greg
  11. Updating old Ford box ambulance that was damaged from house fire. Using a home made rear box that was a mistakenly made when making another box for another model. Somewhat shaped like old Braun body. greg
  12. A AMT Mack Cruiseliner into a day cab. Original AMT release built many years ago. Was going to be the base for a fictitious upgrade of the FDNY Super Pumper. greg
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