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      Board Status   07/20/2018

      Maintenance completed, but there is still more come.


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    Scott F hess

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  1. AMT '65 Buick Riviera George Barris News

    I think this looks pretty cool.
  2. Favorite Car

    And I really like this one too:
  3. Favorite Car

    I've had this thing for 32 years, so I guess you could say I kinda like it.......
  4. Favorite Car

    You beat me to it.
  5. '68 Firebird 400 Stock wheels/tyres

    Scale Equipment Ltd. makes some really nice Pontiac Rally II wheels.
  6. Revell '76 Ford Torino

    First you need to lengthen the chassis. 4-door Torinos had a 4-inch longer wheelbase than the 2-doors.
  7. 1/18 MPC Hydro-Vee Boat

    The flyer says 1:25. Then it says 1/18....
  8. Square Quad Headlights

    75-ish Monza.
  9. Fireball Modelworks

    Pontiac honeycomb wheels, done up like the Vectors. Also some new tires and Olds SS wheels for the 84-85 Cutlass. There were pictures on Facebook.
  10. Dick Landys 68 Charger

    That's really interesting. I just looked at some eBay listings for the 69 side markers and you're right - they are just reflectors. I always assumed that they were illuminated as well. Ya learn something new every day. I still think the 68 Chrysler corporate side marker lights were the coolest of any, but the GM "logo" rear side markers were really cool too.
  11. Dick Landys 68 Charger

    In 68 reflectors were allowed on the rear quarters (Ford did this) but from 1969 on all side lights were illuminated. Some manufacturers molded the lenses so they would act as reflectors as well as marker lights.
  12. Dick Landys 68 Charger

    There was a vertical split in the middle of the grille on the 69 Charger.
  13. Seventies Land Yachts?

    Mark IV and V were on the same chassis as the 72-76 Thunderbird, which was a lengthened version of the Torino/Montego etc chassis. Rear anti-roll bar from a Mark IV was a direct bolt on to my 72 Montego wagon.
  14. 8-3/4 Mopar rear axle avail ?

    Not sure if it's a copy of the kit part but Speed City Resin does a really nice 8 3/4 axle (scroll down a bit): http://speedcityresin.com/PartsPageChassis.html
  15. Isn't it time....

    I heard that Revell was working on a tool for a very popular musclecar that was designed so it could easily represent two years of that particular car with minor styling differences. That's all I will say. It would have been an impressive kit, a replacement for another company's kit that has been reissued a number of times.