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  1. It would be nice to see Round2 put all of the parts back into their next release. I remember spoked wheels as well as Halibrand Kidneybeans. there were also a few different steering wheel options as time went on.
  2. All this kit bashing, swaping out detailed chassis, what do you do with the left overs ?
  3. Don't remember the first one. Got plenty for speeding in high school class of 65, driving my '56 Belair. Best story was a time cruising Speedway blvd. (yes, a main street in Tucson Arizona) there were a bunch of us in different cars Me, in my '56 a friend in his '58 and the XKE we were after. eventually a cop got us all pulled over and lined up taking our licences to run them. When a bunch of squawking on his radio he comes running back, hands us our licences back. " Your lucky. I've got to go to a robbery in progress."
  4. I would think a Chevy rams horn manifold that looks close and with a little putty work, you might get what you need
  5. all the kits out there with the "Y" block Ford , it's hard to imagine there aren't some in a kit.
  6. this is truly a kit we need in a traditional plastic kit format , along with a Cobra Daytona Coupe
  7. I wonder why the "Roadster frame" tree was included ? Are there any parts necessary to build the Mooneyes Dragster ?
  8. I was thinking, there are so many "57 Chevy kits out there and companies are always looking for ways to get just one more shot out of their old molds. What If one of them did a Popular Hot Rodding Project "X" kit ? It would have all of the options to build anyone of the many variations PHR did through out it's life. Hot Rod Garage has returned it to it's Hollywood Knights version.
  9. Sure is great living here in Phoenix, 100+ temp. and all. Oh did i mention the several trips to Andy's these past two weeks ? Great stuff. Didn't get out the door without some great stuff each time. Like I said, great to live here in Phoenix. Hmmm ? I've got some free time this afternoon.
  10. with these parts packs being available to them , one might wonder what is next ?
  11. Seeing how they are doing all of the work and have fronted the money, how else would YOU do it?
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