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Paul Hettick

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    redding, ca.
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    paul hettick
  1. 66 Country Squire

    You are correct about the rear pillars David, sharp eye. the left side is 1mm taller than the right. Thanks for pointing that out as I missed it.
  2. 66 Country Squire

    And thank you Bill!!!
  3. 66 Country Squire

    Hi David I meant the taillights on the squire. I see what you mean about the rear roof pillars on the Nomad. I will double check with calipers. If they are off, that will be fixed before production. Bob, I do intend to sell kits someday but at this time I am unable to. They will be available, and I wish I could provide a date but can't yet. BTW I'm currently finishing up a 64 Country Sedan wagon master and a 59 Cadillac Sedan de Ville flattop.
  4. 66 Country Squire

    Thank you! I'm not 100% pleased with the tail lights so those will be massaged a bit more. Here's a completed '59 Nomad.
  5. 66 Country Squire

    Thank you very much! Here's some photos of completed Squires.
  6. It was him. And he is quite vocal about being able to steal other peoples work. From what I have seen, his stuff is nasty.
  7. Plymouth wheel covers

    I'm not sure. Also got a reply that none had been produced yet so who knows. Hopefully they will a quality product. He has some other 68 69 Satellite parts too.
  8. Plymouth wheel covers

    I just ordered a set from Shapeways..
  9. Their ain't no way, noooo way that boy coulda come from my loins.... when I get home Ima gonna punch yo momma inda mout!
  10. Old Hobby Shop Photos

    Wow, a trip down memory lane for me, I grew up in Downey. Also Earls hobby shop on Bellflower Blvd, and Robbies Hobbies hold some fond memories. Robbies had lots of display cases with built models in them. around 1970, Earls put out a bunch of 1961- 1962 AMT annuals that were hiding in the back room. Paid 1.49 each! There were hobby shops everywhere! My Grandma worked at Robinson's in downtown L.A., a high end department store, and even they had models in their toy dept.
  11. Old Hobby Shop Photos

    After Leave it to Beaver was cancelled, Barbara Billingsley opened a hobby shop..
  12. Early 60s Mopar Dog Dish Hubcaps

    The red 63 is the only one with correct hubcaps. Modelhaus used to have them
  13. Plymouth wheel covers

    been looking for those for years.... Michael Kroger said he would make them if someone sent him a hubcap. I may have one at the shop.
  14. 50,000 + kits from just one mold ?

    I don't remember if they were missing, but we were going to use a different tire as the ones supplied by Revell back in 62 were pretty bad. Possibly the MPC Goodyear used in the mid sixties.
  15. 1973 Chevy Bel Air 4dr Build

    Wow that's great! Please cast 'em up! Love to do Kramer's car from Seinfeld. I got your PM. Will respond later today.