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Don B

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  • Birthday 05/23/1955

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    Don Bossie

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  1. Missinglink is one of the best. I've had one of there 70 AMX kits for a while now. Awesome kit and with beautiful chrome too. Don B
  2. Hey Bruno, I used the orignal Monogram 71 Cuda kit body. I filled in the front fender gills and used the 70 Challenger TA chassis and drivetrain. The hood and tailight panel were vacuumformed from a Co that can't remember the name of. The grill came with the conversion and was made of resin. I did this kit 12 or more years ago. Sorry I couldn't be of more help. Don B
  3. Again, I won some parts under there new name, lots-stuff-4-sale on Ebay and received them in three days and I live in Florida. I don't know who owns the Co now but the parts came from Pleasant Shade TN. I got them with lightning fast shipping and the parts are awesome. I have won many parts from A/FX on Ebay in the past under different names and have always received my items fast. 71 & 72 Demon bodies, 66 Buick Skylark GS, 69 Mustang Grande, 69 Barracuda coupe, hoods and many other parts. I'm sorry to here about the people who got burned by them. I still buy parts from them and will do so in the future. They have always done me right. Don B.
  4. Yes I agree. I have bought some of his stuff and it is awesome. Don B
  5. About the wheels but the kit has other good parts.
  6. Don B

    '64 GTO

    WOW, that looks awesome. You did an outstanding job on the engine bay. Very clean build all together. I liked it so much I just found one on Ebay the same color and bought it for $9.00. BTW where did the wheels come from? Don B
  7. Kevin, your doing a great job on Ebay. I'm bidding on some of your parts now. I am also going to get some of your parts you offer through Buy It Now. Keep up the great work. What I really like are your kits that come complete with chrome parts. "69 Falcon, 70 Montego" Awesome stuff. Don B
  8. Kevin, I have bought many many parts and bodies from you and they are all great. Your chrome parts are awesome. I received the GTO wheels and 69 442 photo etch parts today. Great work. Just wanted to say thanks. Don Bossie
  9. Here's mine, a few old builds. Don B
  10. Muscle cars, You got my attention. I'm with you on that. Tell me more. Don B
  11. I won some parts under there new name, lots-stuff-4-sale on Ebay and received them in three days and I live in Florida. I don't know who owns the Co now but the parts came from Pleasant Shade TN. I got them with lightning fast shipping and the parts are awesome. I have won many parts from A/FX on Ebay in the past under different names and have always received my items fast. 71 & 72 Demon bodies, 66 Buick Skylark GS, 69 Mustang Grande, 69 Barracuda coupe, hoods and many other parts. I'm sorry to here about the people who got burned by them. I still buy parts from them and will do so in the future. They have always done me right. Don B.
  12. Wow' that looks great so far. By the way Lemans Blue was available in 68 code UU. It was a Corvette color but could be ordered on the 68 Camaro also. Here is a link for the future. http://www.tcpglobal.com/autocolorlibrary/ Just click on the make and then the year and a PPG color chip page will come up. Then click on the PPG color chart to make it bigger. You can find many colors and codes for tons of cars of all makes. I hope this helps. I did a 68 Vette in Lemans Blue with a blue interior. Keep up the great work. Don B
  13. Awesome build Ron, very clean all over. The color, wheels, redlines and stripe are perfect 60's style. I love it!!!
  14. Thanks guys for the kind words on my build. Mojaveracer, yes I was thinking of going with a Chevelle chassis but I wanted to try to keep the original look of the model. Not to easy to detail but a challenge. Ron S, I'm going with the nailhead mill from the AMT 66 Buick modified stocker as that is the same mill in the original kit. I will have pics of the mill with the mods I made soon. Don B
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