Even if it didn't make a lot of money or didn't sell because of the discrepancies they wouldn't fix it, it would just get discontinued and the future line of them including any other brands like dodge or chevy, etc.... Would never come to be. Something I can fix or change ( I'm a kit badger anyways) is better than nothing new at all. Having something to work with as a base point to cut apart and change that's much cheaper than resin isn't that
bad to me. This is just my opinion and I want to make sure that is out there. And yes, it should've been done right from the start.
They said, if I remember correctly that this was to be the first in a series of full size trucks???
If true has anybody heard if it was successful enough to continue the series, and what the next truck would be???
anybody know when the Ford F-150 ranger is going to be released, the only info I can find was for first quarter 2015.
Has it been cancelled or pushed back and if so, anybody know when it's been pushed back too??
Your right guy, when you said about the injection line. My mistake, that is what he said, been a while since I saw the movie, the memory isn't what it used to be LOL.
Are you going to high detail the kit?? Like gauges, seatbelts, wiring???
I know it was a super charger set up but in the movie I remember Packard asking if the turbo pipe was ready to be put in the car, right before the wraith showed up and blew it apart. I only called it a turbo pipe because that's what I heard in the movie and wanted to make a reference point to the engine in question in the movie.
Most likely just a movie mistake just like when the vette shot through the tomb stones in the graveyard with no body damage , and them passing the same ( Volvo ?? ) car in the race scenes over and over again.
I'm really looking forward to seeing this completed, I think it'll look awesome