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sfhess

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    Palmdale, CA
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    Scott F hess

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  1. The Speed City kit includes the Toronado transaxle, cast in one piece.
  2. 11" Finned Drum Brakes

    Bummer.
  3. 11" Finned Drum Brakes

    Check Scenes Unlimited on eBay. Here's an example: https://www.ebay.com/itm/RESIN-1-25-FINNED-HOLLOW-BRAKE-DRUMS-B10/163491347397?hash=item2610d7fbc5:g:y1QAAOSw8Pda2UtU:rk:12:pf:0
  4. mpc pontiac bonneville

    I always thought the 69 full-size Pontiacs were nicely styled. I have a 69 Bonneville hardtop that I built when it first came out. I think it is a really good representation of the car.
  5. This is the one I've always wanted to see in kit form.
  6. 75 Firebird hood and headlights needed...

    It's just plain strange that they chromed the bumpers in those kits. Also didn't include the proper headlight bezels.
  7. I heard from an former inside source that a 69 Chevelle kit was planned and engineered at the same time as the 68.
  8. 1973 Pontiac Grand Am

    I just received a 73 Grand Am from RMR Resin. It's a nice replica. Very clean casting.
  9. That is an American 200S wheel.
  10. TruWire motorcycle style wire wheels

    Cool. I need some for a couple of projects I have been working on.
  11. TruWire motorcycle style wire wheels

    Curt, Will you be selling these at NNL West?
  12. Thanks to all who attended, to our generous sponsors, to the Model Car Guys and to Larry Fisher and Kim from The NHRA Motorsports Museum. What a great show. We couldn't do it without you all.