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  1. 70/1 Camaro wheel question

    There was also this full wheel cover. it's the best pic I can find right now of it .
  2. 70/1 Camaro wheel question

    These are the regular rally wheels Johnny mentions above. You can find them in all the AMT '72 Nova kits. I don't think they were available from the factory like in '69 but I bet a dealer could have been talked into installing a set of the Corvette style 5-slot rally wheels or a set of Magnum 500s easy enough to make a sale.
  3. I'd say it's what GM called "Burgundy metallic" in '86. could also be "Canyon red" but it looks too purple to be that to me. The vinyl top material did come in "Canyon red" and I'd say that's what that one is.
  4. Let's See Some Glue Bombs!

    Snake, you coule get Cragars with grey and black spokes in the past and they do sell them again now so paint away, no need to call them "knock-offs"
  5. oldsmobile cutlass

    The kit also comes with a stock flat hood.
  6. Seventies Land Yachts?

    My point was Art, that "those in the know" said that both those kits would never see the light of day and would never sell as little as 10 years ago. I'm not going to waste my time trying to convince anyone here that a '75 Chevelle or a '77 Daytona or anything else from any era would sell and could be done with multiple versions because those who don't think they could won't listen and would just say it won't work and I'd be just "preach'n to the choir" to those who do think they'd sell .
  7. 72 Torino hood and door panels

    They look good. I have a couple kits from them so I'm not surprised though. Nice to see the plating being available too.
  8. Autoquiz 377 - Finished

    Looks like that pic was taken at the circus? The owners must be in their tents putting on their makeup. Not that bad looking though really.
  9. Lindberg 72 Dodge Challenger

    Yea, those look more like the fender vents from a '68 Buick Wildcat.
  10. Lindberg 72 Dodge Challenger

    Yea, that's pretty much how they looked, on the MPC anyway. They're mounted too high on both kits though, maybe that's why they look "off".
  11. Lindberg 72 Dodge Challenger

    No one said they originated or started life as MPC kits, they say they were copied from the MPC kits.
  12. You;ll just have to change from the rear axle back to the back bumper. That area is completely different.
  13. I've seen that "car"in person many times. Just about the ugliest thing I've ever seen. But "to each thier own" as they say.
  14. Porsche 944 Turbo Rallye

    Yup. Just found a peice of plastic packaging with the right bend in it and cut the peices to fit snug. Glued them in with some Tamiya clear acrylic paint.
  15. Lindberg 72 Dodge Challenger

    I'm planning to use the chassis from an AMT Challenger convertible under mine. Should fit right under but I haven't checked. The 'Cuda has a shorter wheelbase and would probably need stretched a bit but I haven't checked that one either. Might get by with just scootching the rear axle back a bit.