One of the Revell issues of the Mysterion had a Ed Roth . It wasn't pre painted . MPC had driver figures in the 1928 Lincoln , one guy standing . The Revell Club de mer had a driver as did the Futura As I recall, AMT had Mr. T in the GMC A Team van too
First , Monogram's 1936 Ford was a Convertible . AMT's 1936 was a ROADSTER!!!! Uh gang , they were two DIFFERENT body styles . Roadsters had acetate curtains . Convertibles had ROLL UP Windows .
Here we go !
Model 68 Body 720 3 Window coupe Model 68 Body 700 2 door sedan Model 68 Body 760 2 door Club cabriolet , ( Convertible ) Model 68 Body 720 Body 5 Window coupe ( Dick Tracy edition ) Model 68 Body 750 Ford Phaeton touring Convertible Model 68 Body 4 door sedan Model 68 Body Body 700 ( Trunkback sedan)
I hope this helps educate some of you out there as I am one of the writers for the early Ford club and yes , I own a 1953 Ford Panel truck and it still runs a V- 8 Flat head
Mike , I'm referring to the AMT 1960 Chevrolet Apache SWB kit that was first released about 1998. A "Custom " truck was subsequently released soon afterwards with a custom grille . The last "Accurate " Pinch waist " Chevrolet truck was an Annual and that was about 1963 .
I saw where you have the "New Tool " Chevrolet Apache PU . Long story short , I was severely disappointed in what I saw when I opened the box . The 235 Six was the only redeeming feature for me I'll eventually find a 60-62 Annual that dosen't command a museum price
Kevin , the first should have been the last . I work in the movie business as a Prop master and rental agent . There too, I once lived in Hollywood and after you see beyond the "Glitz " , it's a nice city with over priced real estate , too much crime and people too full of themselves ....