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  • Birthday 02/01/1965

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    Steve Milberry

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  1. heres a tough one for yall kit historians

    I don't know Jeff. Just saying that they were all the same basic kit with some different details from issue to issue.
  2. heres a tough one for yall kit historians

    It's another version of the "Mach I ", "Autolight Special" , "Iron Horse" kit.
  3. Revell 1968 GTO

    The MPC part will fit,, see my post right above.
  4. Revell 1968 GTO

    That's no '68 GTO, it's just the same Monogram '69 with a '68 nose and back bumper. If you really want to build it as a '68 though, the dash from the MPC '68 annual will fit right in. In fact, you might need to file the sides down a smidge, the Monogram 1/24 dash is actually a touch smaller than the MPC 1/25 piece. Thing is, the sew pattern on the seats and possibly the door panels is also completely different.
  5. What Do I Do?

    That's a good kind of problem to have Steve. We should all be so fortunate. It's also nice to hear of a good kind of problem on here instead of some more of the darker stuff in the past few years. I'm shure you'll figure out a fitting solution to the problem.
  6. 1980 Monte Carlo (New Pictures)

    , , , and of course the Trumpeter kit.
  7. Chrome Platers - Again...

    If I may through my 2 cents in, I've been using LMCC for my plating for a few years now and have been very happy with them. The cost for a rack the size shown is about the same as the price of a current kit plus shipping. ,, which is a bit more for me being in Canada. Turn around time was quite reasonable.
  8. 82 trams am

    Looks pretty good to me. I know it's not exactly a "factory stock" build but ,, from the factory, the door arm rests and all of the steering wheel would be black. Nothing wrong with the way you did yours though if that's how you like it.
  9. 1969 Beaumont front bumper/grille

    Looks like some of the interest's worn off of the topic Mike. Maybe it's because you mentioned my name.
  10. Pot stocks

    Check this out Ron. https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-september-27-2018-1.4840460/this-man-made-1m-investing-in-cannabis-but-expert-warns-it-s-a-lottery-1.4840643
  11. 1975 Plymouth Road Runner

    Looks great. The decals really bring it alive. BTW, those "standard hubcaps" you took off that promo were actually an optional turbine style wheel first offered that year.
  12. AMT Monte Carlo '70 conversion to '71

    AMT made annual kits of the Monte from '70 to '72. Here's a link to the auction a few weeks ago on that kit. looks like it went for a pretty reasonable price too. https://www.ebay.com/itm/AMT-ANNUAL-ORIGINAL-VINTAGE-USED-1971-CHEVY-MONTE-CARLO-3in1-MODEL-CAR-KIT-w-BOX-/173561857626?nordt=true&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.m43663.l10137
  13. AMT Monte Carlo '70 conversion to '71

    Kari, here's a link to an e-bay auction you might find useful. It's mostly junk but if you look directly below the red AMT Willys front end there's an original '71 Monte Carlo front bumper and grille piece. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Large-Model-Car-Junk-Yard-Duster-53-Ford-Nomad-Galaxie-Lots-of-Grills-Parts/202450461710?hash=item2f22fce40e:g:-XMAAOSwze5brDXi
  14. AMT Monte Carlo '70 conversion to '71

    Looks to me like the headlight trim on the '71 and '72 is squared up more than on the '70 too.
  15. 70 Riviera conversion 10/4

    Looking good so far. Filling in the front fender bumper area really makes the front start to come together. Intrested to see you do the rear window and sail panel area, Should be interesting. I've owned a couple Rivs when I was younger but not a '70. [ a '69 and a '72]