Does anyone know Wagonmaster, the fella running the CBP this year, and might have an email addy? Race day is starting to get close and we need to start planning. Speaking of race day, if you have already completed your build, please sound off, and the rest of you please let me know what percent you are complete, and whether you feel completion is likely. I'm just trying to get an estimate on potential starters.
Agreed. Not too bad. But Now it's obvious that is it due to the shape of the rear wheel opening on the 1:1 that keeps it from looking as rear heavy as the 1/24 model. Perhaps if I emulate the stock opening on the model a bit, I might accomplish the same thing. I have acquired a set of glass but they are in rough shape. If you do end up with at least an extra clear windshield, I'd be interested. As far as my build goes, it's still in parts acquisition phase. I've gotten a 1/24 BBC w/dual quads on a tunnel ram from a Monogram '39 Chevy kit. It should work perfectly on this model. I'm still undecided on wheel/tires though. Thanks for replying guys.
I certainly see your point and agree with you. But, I'm shooting for a period look of a car that has seen both salt and strip time in its life. A raked look wasn't something they worried too much about back then. Thanks for the advice Tom, I was thinking the same thing. I've removed the curved tips and the post for the muffled exhaust and have drilled out the end, in keeping with my theme. More soon.