Actually Delton , making the top lift up door option shouldn't require too much effort . I well remember BOT rear door options as I once did a bucket load of automobile glass work . I well remember the Virginia State department of inland game and fisheries having a fleet of these trough the years . I replaced enough glass in them to pay college tuition a couple of times ....
I guess depending upon which rear door option is taken on the 1966 Suburban, a Panel delivery conversion can't be a hard switch . The Suburbans then had three doors as an option . Puttying them on the passenger side , ( provided Revell does this won't be an issue . Oh yes , I can definitely see a lot of these showing up as City maintenance trucks , police emergency , and Painter's wagons .
I've always had an affinity for old boats and wooden boats . back when I was still manufacturing Van accessories , I used to make boat pieces and interior bracing for early automobiles in the 20's and 30's . There's just something magic when you're buzzing a piece of mahogany or teak through a band saw . I know I'll love doing BOTH of these boats and hopefully creating a diorama depicting say Williams burg Virginia
As I recall, mine offered 10% if I send 100.00 . Considering I have a five year supply of Evergreen and Plastruct , I don't even bother going clear across town , fight traffic and hopefully find a parking spot even close to the store . Besides , the last time I went in a Hobbytown , the kits were everything anyone else had on line . I usually do once a year kit buying via a vendor who always makes a model show in Norfolk Virginia . this guy is always fair , gives discounts and dosen't have an attitude ......
I was in the van parts manufacturing bsiness for years . Among one of the items my company produced were individualized drink holders for even the EARLY vans . I had a 1963 Econoline years before they were considered Kwell and from there , that is why I decided to do parts for them .
The Dodge A-100 was "Stolen " using the original 1961 Ford Econoline measurements . Notice how similar exterior stamping s are . This is the biggest clue !
Scott, let me explain my total disdain for Crack list and Evil Bay . FIRST , too often E bay sides with sellers , NOT Buyers . Craig's list is simply an abyss of crooked deals . I've had entirely too many issues with Pay pal and it's always a wall I'm trying to bridge over to have something resolved ! Pay pal has in the past continued to charge my credit card for items I never received . You say I'm missing "Great deals " ...... REALLY SIR???? i see better stuff in person at a model contest . At least there I can see what I'm putting HARD EARNED CASH for . I'm NOT bidding against YUKKIE Shill bidders and I'm NOT buying over priced stuff to begin with . You people that support E Bay have done NOTHING but ruin several hobbies due to the circus surrounding these sale sites . . You pushed Muscle cars , baseball cards , gasoline station paraphernalia to the stratosphere . NO , I will NO LONGER support these things .