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About magicmustang

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  • Birthday 03/28/1949

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    Gerald Bowles

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  1. Salvinos JR Monte Carlo

    You know, you never get a second chance to make a "good first impression"!
  2. Porsche Outlaws & Hot Rods

    Or this Outlaw!
  3. Revell/ Monogram 1/24 F/C rear wheels

    Never mind!! I swapped a set from a built Mono Bad Medicine with another set that was close in size but different style. Thanks for looking.
  4. Revell/ Monogram 1/24 F/C rear wheels

    Yep, and that's why I only need one.
  5. Revell/ Monogram 1/24 F/C rear wheels

    Am in need of 1 or both chrome rear wheels from a Revell/Monogram 1/24 Cop Out Duster Funny Car or other Monogram FC. Have much to trade. Please advise.
  6. Murphy was right!

    The carpet monster works for Murphy.
  7. Milner MAG dragster

    Do you mean this pic?
  8. What are the best Nascar kits to build?

    It depends on what scale you prefer. AMT Nascar kits are 1/25th scale and Monogram (Revell) are 1/24th scale. Their parts do not interchange well.
  9. Buddy Baker's 1980 Oldsmobile 442 in 1/25th scale.

    After seeing the pics of the box contents I am glad I have a Franklin Mint Petty Nascar Olds. It's a shame they didn't use one of these for their master. I'll pass on this new kit.
  10. Paasche h steal

    Whoa, thanks guys. I guess I need to do some research.
  11. Paasche h steal

    Yep, I got a VL this morning for $35 at my local HL. Now I need to get a compressor.
  12. Revell '76 Ford Torino

    You are correct. 16 % of 1 scale inch is 1/6 of and inch. 1/4 scale inch equals 6 1/4 real inches in 1/25th scale. 1/2 inch in 1/25th scale equals 12 1/2 real inches, 3/4 of an inch in 1/25 scale equals 18 3/4 real inches and 1 inch in 1/25th scale equals 25 real inches,
  13. Revell '76 Ford Torino

    Actually, it is closer to 1/6". 1/25th scale is 1scale inch equals 25 real inches , so 25" divided by 4" equals a little over 6. That's 1/6 inch.
  14. Looking back at AMT's 1963 Chevrolet PU

    Thanks for the memories. I made a mess of the F-100 back in '63. Had the Bonneville kart on display in my room until we moved.