Jonathan, you have done an awesome job. This is an excellent build. You have taken a good kit and made it much, much better. I don't understand why they cant get the ride height correct on these kits but you have fixed it for sure. Just beautiful.
J. C. when you click on the edit button the links do not appear on this website. If they did I would surely delete them. Maybe a moderator could delete them for me. I don't want photobucket to get any exposure. believe me.
You have a point there Bruce. A house that we walk by in the morning has a new Camaro and a 68 Camaro sitting on the driveway. The new one looks twice as big as the old one. I wish he would garage the old one. It seems a travesty to keep it out in the elements like that.
Looking awesome. Great fix on the ride height. You'd think they could get that right but I guess not. If their coming out with a chevy glue kit it wont be good for next year now because that car will be a Camaro ZL-1. I'm sure Ford will follow with a Mustang. Toyota doesn't have a pony car so I guess that will stay the same.
I was fixing links photobucket ruined and found that I had posted this model with fotki. I had to stop using them when they wanted money to stay a member. What's funny is even though I cant use them anymore they did not kill my links so this car remains visible on the internet even though I can t access it anymore. Today I see photobucket is giving you a deal to get 3rd party hosting. they are knocking off a whole 10 percent from the 400 dollars a year they want. Isn't that magnanimous of them to do that.
Yes I have a Chevy snap kit and been seriously thinking about doing the Sinclair car. The only thing is the paint fade on the a pillars might be tough. Michael Self kept competing at Iowa with a broken front sway bar. He was all over the track but would not quit. Very impressive
Bruce, I used the impala hardtop kit and turned it into a 2 door sedan. If you go to my photobucket and look up the sub album Rex White 1958 Chevy you will find pictures of the conversion. link below. http://smg.photobucket.com/user/texwardfan/library/1958%20Rex%20White%20Chevy?sort=2&page=2
Thanks , Jonathan. Do you know what the composite is made up of? They look close enough that you could probably use a revell snap kit to do an arca car. Just have to make some general tire decals for it.
I have been watching ARCA races on MAVTV. It seems like they have some new cars that look a lot like Nascar Monster energy series cars. Your builds look Awesome. I really like ARCA because they don't have a chase.