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  1. Atlantis just shared a pic of the Accessory Display Items mold on their facebook page, but the section for the hand tools, gas can, and fire extinguisher is missing and blanked off now:
  2. Head to eBay and use "Mini lindy" in the search box, then select "Completed Items" from the let hand column (scroll down). That way you can compare condition with actual sale price.
  3. Can you post a picture of the brake booster in your '49, please?
  4. It was reissued in 2019, too, but the accessories aren't all that great, IMHO.
  5. Hmm, was it turquoise, possibly? I think there was a Pro Street themed issue of SAE in the early '90s, IIRC. I'll see if I still have that issue, and page through the others from that era.
  6. Preorders for many Car kits and others should be up on the website in the next couple of weeks! H1494 Green Elephant M2004 '82 Camaro M2006 '69 Nova SS H1244 '57 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham molded in Dakota Red!
  7. This is a hot mess. '69 Camaro tail lights? 🤦‍♂️
  8. Did anyone mention the 1/16 AHM/Gakken 1905 Rolls Royce yet? 🤔
  9. Houndstooth is still a popular pattern/fabric, and was a '69 Camaro interior fabric option, too. I've seen it on other automotive interiors, too, and IIRC some aftermarket company printed houndstooth pattern decal sheets as well...Scale Motorsport, maybe? Pictured below, Mark's living room chairs: Regarding that polka dot top, how would you keep a top that white clean? Those polka dots would fade after a few months, too, I bet. No idea what that orange fabric is...😬
  10. Hard to believe the 1/25 Revell SnapTite Taxi/Fire Chief Chevy Caprice kit is almost thirty year old now, but it still holds up rather well, despite a few simplifications and being saddled with molded-in, Monogram style underhood details. Have a look at the contents here: https://modelkitreviews.proboards.com/thread/1586/revell-snaptite-chief-chevy-caprice
  11. Clear clipboard (and roof mounted taxi sign) found in the 1/25 Revell Taxi/Fire Chief Chevy Caprice kit:
  12. https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/silver-springs-filling-station?utm_medium=atlas-page&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR3Mg6Mp_kEZwkr9QMjDNCLPvaSo5PlFE2cF2C8iHUT2kXJZfU_20kADXlc
  13. Did you eve find these, David? If not, I have a pair from the Revell Caprice I can spare. Exactly like these, but in lime green plastic: *edit* Jeez, those grommets/raised flanges(?) around the bolt heads are huge compared to the 1:1 image in post #1...
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