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    Steve Milberry

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  1. Kinda hard for me to forget them considering what my last name is. I did catch some flak because of the similarity.
  2. Over the last couple days, I've started to get adds that are the full size of my screen. more than one in each thread. Dell desktop with 32" screen.
  3. Well, if you likes that, how about this one?
  4. Humm I see. All the pics I've seen say the ones I posted were sharks and the chrome plated ones were super sharks. But, yea, that would make sense. Looks like they were incorrect.
  5. Got the frame painted and the front suspension attached. Used the kit suspension and just split the wishbone and attached the back ends to the frame.
  6. Well, I guess the OP cares or he wouldn't have asked the question.๐Ÿคจ
  7. Yea, they're these ones. They also come in the reissues of the '76 Caprice as the wheels for the trailer. I have a bunch of them. BTW Jack, I looked up the wheels you mention as I've never heard of them before and see they look exactly like the Fenton Hawks.
  8. I don't think they're Sharks, Roger. Note the way the soples are convex like Cragar SS wheels? They may be Hawks though, they look closer with the flat or slightly concave spokes.
  9. Great save Mike. Always wonderful to see another old forgotten build brought back to life ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
  10. Since we're showing our old Novas, I did find a pic almost identical to my old one. Just needs the Magnum 500 wheels a bit lower and a lot more rust. LOL๐Ÿ˜„
  11. Cool Gareth. About the T-bird. I suggest cutting the front and rear pans away from the chassis plate and glueing them on toward the end of assembly. , It'll make them much easier to get properly placed without a gap.
  12. The newer AMT '70 Z-28 is the one you need. Any of the 3 variants are good. Much better chassis detail, as you'd expect from a modern tooled kit.
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