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  1. I have used it before. However it would probably be best to contact Jameston, to answer your questions.
  2. The Revell Austin does Build up very Nicely, IMHO. It is one of the better Multi Piece bodies they ever made.
  3. I use Citadel Skull white primer, it works great and come's in a large can. Very close to Tamiya fine white primer, but better.
  4. The Phantom Vicky Frame, is kind of like the whole Package.
  5. Any Movement in the go cart? I am interested. what are some of the Items you would want for it.

  6. Great Job, a Question about the color's. was that exterior green available on a 70 Galaxie, and what is the interior color?
  7. I think it may be suited for 50 & 60's era pickups. Not sure about the 70's. sure would be nice though. There is a Tutorial on FB, on how to fit the Foose Chassis to a 53 ford, and it touches on Other types of trucks, the chassis could be used for, as it does have some flexibility for other applications.
  8. This kit has some Carburetors that look like the one pictured
  9. Looks like the ones on the Revell Thunderbolt kits
  10. Bill I would Consider Scale Finishes. Jameston, has all the Colors Imaginable in a fine grain pigment, very easy to use, and available for Airbrushing. If you want to step over to the wild side. You could consider using Wicked Colors, or Mission paints. They are Acrylic based paints. The Mission paints are especially good at Coverage without washing out ,or Hiding details.
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