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RickyD

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  1. A bit of a long shot request, I realize, but I need the cowl piece from Tamiya's 1/24 Lotus Super 7. Lost the one from my kit in a move. PM if you can help and TIA.
  2. I'm in need of the white hood stripe decals from the Revell '69 Yenko Nova sheet. Orme, if anyone has an entire sheet they could spare, that would be awesome. PM me if you can help and TIA.
  3. Great use of that tooling! Now, Round 2, how about a stock ambulance version?
  4. Buick is traded. The bike and the fire engine are still available.
  5. Depends on what they are. Got pics?
  6. Would love to find new homes for these. Some specific kits I'm interested in: * Revell "Motor City Muscle" '69 Camaro ZL-1. * Revell NASCAR Ford Fusion, either snap or glue. * AMT '66 Nova (either the Grumpy's Toy or most recent stock issue.) * Moebius '66 Ford Flareside. If you don't have any of these to trade, no sweat. I'm open to other offers, so PM me with what you've got.
  7. Need an SS hood and chrome inserts from a Revell's '69 Nova 2-in-1 or Yenko Nova kit. I can trade you the flat hood from the COPO kit. Shoot me a PM if you can help. Thanks!
  8. Yep, those are the ones!
  9. Looking for a set of the unplated 5-spoke mags that, to the best of my knowledge, have been in every issue of the AMT '62 Chevy bubbletop. HMU if you can help! Thanks!
  10. This issue is aimed at people more interested in the tin than the contents _ those people being collectors of stamps and other postal memorabilia. My guess is the vast majority of them will never have the shrink wrap removed. Look, most modelers with half a brain know this kit isn't worth the plastic it took to mold it and that the currently available Revell kit is vastly superior in every conceivable way of you actually want to, y'know, BUILD a model of a '69 Daytona. Even though it's a decent kit, unlike the Daytona, the same comments mostly apply to the recent tin-packed '53 Stude reissue. That kit has been reissued si many times that I expect it would take all of 5 minutes to locate one on the secondary market cheaper than the tin box one.
  11. ISO the grill/front bumper, rear bumper, heads and carbs from Revell's '67 Charger. Hit me with a PM if you can help. Thanks!
  12. The Mustang and the tractor are both traded. Still have the bike, the fire engine and the Riv if anyone is interested.
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