I have the Tamiay Lamorghini countach LP500s or the Monogram version of LP500s. Both are opened but sealed inside and unstarted. Would trade one or both. Prefer muscle cars or factory stock, pick ups OK. For some reason upload of picture would not work. I can email you picture of kits if interested.
The Jeep one worked for me. Jeff396(?) sent me one from this forum. Here is a link to a picture of it in the Missing Link Hornet I finished. I think I had to sand the tunnel down for the transmission to fit in the tunnel is the only modification I had to do. Hopefully link works. I think I posted pictures in finished section last year. http://public.fotki.com/Kevin60brd/misc-models/dsc00602.html
Thanks Kris and Joe. I will see what Joe has. Looks like the Weld wheels you have might work as a starting point if I have to modify something. Will let you know if I need to order them. Is it possible to get all 4 the same size?
No 'packages' back then everything seperate. Original sales invoice for my 60 T-Bird lists back up lights, heater, radio, automoatic, p/s, p/b, outside rear view mirror, and fender shields all as options. II have seen an unresoted CA 1959 Bird with a radio and no heat, there is a heater delete Ford part numbered plate visible on firewall where blower box would be.
Tact and maybe asking directly with a PM? I have sent someone a PM first asking if they want some pointers or tips, especially if it is a model I have built and have some knowledge of. Am I a pro builder no. This is a tough line with a forum or even a contest. I run into this with the real 1:1 cars, people ask to have a car judged, or what is wrong with their car, and then are all bent out of shape when they are told something is not right.
With a lesser quality build, tact is key. People need to offer suggestions on what would make it better without criticizing the person themselves. I still run into new builders at shows that will ask about BMF, or where did some of the detail items come from. It amazes me if you talk to people at show, not the ones you know already, but the people looking at particular details on kits, that they may have never been to an NNL or large show where they find out what is out there. You can get great conversations going and sometimes get someone to another event and that gets them excited and trying to build better. Telling anyone their work is bad or junk never helps anyone.