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Dave Darby

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  • Birthday 12/11/1960

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    1:24 and 1:25

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    Irmo, South Carolina
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    Dave Darby

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  1. Drag City Casting makes a top like that.
  2. Be still my beating heart, that is a little treasure.
  3. The bigger question is did the 69 tool survive the big scrap drive of 1973.
  4. The hardtop/convertible always had chrome headlamps and the two piece chrome and red taillights. Both are continued in the current notchback kit.
  5. For a second I thought that was a survivor, Tom. Cool build! We'll call this one a "Faux-vivor".
  6. This is purely off the top of my head, but if memory serves correctly,(and Mark or Tim will correct me if I'm wrong) the chassis and engine for the Sonny & Cher Mustangs later went under the Mach 1/ Autolite Special/Iron Horse et al, then combined with the 66 Promo body to create the 66 Coupe we have now. But I'm with you.
  7. I'm not sure how I mised this post for over a year! Very cool build and great idea.
  8. Very, very nice! With the healthy stance and white lettered tires, I'd date this look to the early to mid 70s, a look overdue to come into its own. I really like this one a lot.
  9. Maybe splice in the rear panel from the 67 and fix both problems at once.
  10. Looks great! Don't forget the center mounted backup light over the rear license plate.
  11. Agreed. There areva lot of parts specific to the Rat Roaster that are improvements over what's in the other Deuce kits. It also has a stockish firewall.
  12. Now that's a honey. Nice build, too.
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