There is a Corvair Rampside on the Shapeways site. http://www.shapeways.com/product/DNQ9NEENG/chevy-corvair-rampide-pickup-truck-body-1-25th-sca?li=search-results-1&optionId=20140724 http://www.shapeways.com/product/BNV7S3479/chevy-corvair-rampide-pickup-truck-parts-1-25th-sc?li=search-results-1&optionId=20734531
Nice! There is a wrecker not far from me that had/has a few '59 & '60 El Caminos stashed away in a barn on the property and a few convertibles as well. If I already didn't have too many projects, I would love to have an El Camino.
I have never had à Paasche so I can't comment. I have owned several different models of Badger airbrushes and liked them. I bought an Iwata HP-C Plus and love it, I havn't touched my Badgers since. I recently bought an HP-BCS, but still love the HP-C Plus. The gravity feed is easy to clean, uses less paint and pleasant experience to use. If you get the Iwata, use the blue lube when reassembling the airbrush after cleaning, you will not damage the needle when using the lube.
Doug - They do, you would have to contact Hobby World to see if they will bring it in. Check out http://www.zero-paints.com/ for the complete listing of colors. Btw, did you ever check with D&R in Vernon or getting HOK Candies in small bottles?
I have their 1957 Nomad kit. It is fairly nice, but the panel lines are too faint, its been a pain to rescribe the panel lines in resin. Interior is wrong, not sure what it suppose to represent but the pattern doesn't match any tri-5 chevy.
Looking good! Have you tried finding clear plastic with a slight green tint? I have seen pet bottles with a light green tint ( I am not talking about the dark green ginger ale bottles) and have seen overhead projector slides with the same tint. The plastic is clear but at an angle it looks green, similar to old jars used for canning.