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  1. Simply stunning. What everyone else said already, plus I'm really enjoying the variety of his builds!
  2. I dug out what I think is my original issue 427 from 1993. These are the door panels in that kit: The plate near the top says "Fairlane 500".
  3. Well done - I love seeing these getting built, especially with all the little changes and improvements.
  4. Nice builds, Dave! I've got the Mustang GT on the bench now - building it as the "red" Miller version, using the Speedline decals.
  5. Cool concept - love the side by side comparison!
  6. There's a whole lot of NASCAR history involved in answering in this question.
  7. For what it's worth, at one time Replicas & Miniatures was carrying an Auburn panel (RH-508) designed for the '32 roadster. I don't see it listed in their latest catalog, but there is a "dash w/ 3 & 5 hole panel" (RH-507).
  8. Here's a few from the other day: The one that got away - couldn't quite catch up to it - was a Delorean done up in full Back to the Future mode. Just another day in Los Angeles.
  9. Right, those are completely different kits from the Motorcraft kit mentioned previously.
  10. Don't forget, that original IMSA Mustang was updated for the SCCA Trans Am Mustang (Roush, JPS, Whistler) and Camaro (Hot Wheels, Rain-X, Sunoco).
  11. M&S closed in 2021 - Mark retired. Art Laski bought up some of his remaining stock. https://groups.io/g/gpma/topic/m_s_hobbies_closing/86754801?p=,,,20,0,0,0::recentpostdate/sticky,,,20,0,0,86754801,previd=1641491146214160283,nextid=1636592385683998225&previd=1641491146214160283&nextid=1636592385683998225
  12. Thanks, Ray. Looks like you're off to an interesting start on this one. I always felt like the kit had some other creative potential in addition to a replica version. Just curious, what parts were you missing? Gets me to wondering if Atlantis has the tooling for this one. Maybe with the interest in (and hopefully sales of) the Mooneyes dragster, we might see this kit again?
  13. Very cool - I love this kit! One thing I'd recommend is cutting off the front part of the belly pan just ahead of the front axle and attaching that to the upper body. It makes getting the body off and on just a little trickier, but it's more prototypically correct and allows you to eliminate the seam in the nose. While you're at it, you can also cut off the sides and the rear of the belly pan and attach those too! Just do a lot of test fitting, of course.
  14. In the most recent (2019) catalog that I have from R&M, the body, canopy, wheels and tires are available for $19.00. Part B-46.
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