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  • Birthday 03/13/1955

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    Tommy Logan

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  1. Yes, just like that silly ol' horseless carriage that Henry Ford tried. Everybody said it would be just a fad too. Personally, I think it's great. Project X was always about trying new things, and that's what this is all about.
  2. Oops, my mistake....you are correct, sir. That's what I get for posting before coffee, lol. THIS is the correct Fisher T-tops......
  3. T-tops started in '76, with the Hurst style. The Fisher style started around the middle of '78. The easiest way to tell which is which , the rear of the Fisher tops are even with the rear of the side window, the Hurst tops are not.
  4. That's great! I'll put my build on hold for now and wait for the seats. Thank you.
  5. I believe the Revell Muscle kit is the 1/24 scale kit, so no, it would not be a good choice for an accurate Bandit car.....it has the Fisher T-tops, and the Bandit car has Hurst T-tops. I do think that the Revell 1/25 kit based on a diecast does have the Hurst tops, as do the AMT/MPC kits.
  6. The '68 GTX is my favorite Mopar. I've already got your grill and door panels, and they are excellent! I need to get the trunk lid ordered. I don't suppose you'd want to do the '68 GTX seats, would you? That, and these hubcaps, and we'd have everything we need.......🙂
  7. Looking great! I love the '61-'64 Fords.
  8. All those '57 kits out there, and not a single one has the optional bumper guards I can use to build a model of my very first car. *Sigh*......
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    1949 Ford

    Nice!! Love the sidepipes and Moon decal!
  10. Thank you. I did, and he doesn't. I might have to fall back on Plan B with this project.
  11. Does anyone know if the late 60s Plymouth hubcaps in the picture were ever kitted or offered by a resin caster? TIA.
  12. Robert! Man, it's good to hear from you, I was just thinking about you not long ago, wondering how you're doing. Yes sir, still living in the same place for now, but the road widening project might change that lol. And yeah, I haven't been online a lot lately, been working a lot. Hope all is well with you!
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