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  1. ID please- 40's truck

    It looks like a Canadian built 42-47 Mercury 1 1/2 ton truck.
  2. Let's See Some Glue Bombs!

    Yeah the body is in great shape, the only thing wrong with it is somebody sanded the door handles off and had glued some from another kit on it.
  3. Let's See Some Glue Bombs!

    I found it at an estate sale for $1.00
  4. Let's See Some Glue Bombs!

    Wow would not have guessed that. Was it ever reissued? Guess I'll probably never find a hood for it.
  5. Let's See Some Glue Bombs!

    Picked this one up a while back but lost it in some boxes of parts. Anyone know what issue it is?
  6. A clean, one-owner '57 Chevy

    That's actually a hard top interior, the convertible used different material and would be red and silver.
  7. Has anyone ever see these kits?

    Huh, I have a built one somewhere with no decals on it, never knew what it was.
  8. 1950 oldsmobile difference in kits

    I don't know the difference in them, but I bought the 1st one to build a mild custom and was extremly disapointed that it didn't have the stock valve covers in it.
  9. Wow! great pics, any tri-fives?
  10. Info needed on Buddy Bakers olds colors

  11. Early Karmann Ghia Model - Who made it?

    Probably a promo.
  12. Let's See Some Glue Bombs!

    Thanks. It took a lot of work to get the old paint off, I think it was Lacquer, and the windows had a lot of glue on them, but it should turn out pretty nice.
  13. What Kits Were Molded in Green?

    Revell snap-tite in lime green. I have one, but I borrowed the pic from google.
  14. Is the 1957 Chevy the most kitted ?

    Some of them are close, but nearly every one of them have something that's just way off from the real cars. The first AMT the trim on the side of the car is way to high on the body. The monogram looks a cartoon version of the car. The first Revell is just a mess, not sure they even used a tape measure to make that one. The later Revell sedans are the most accurate. The Revell convertible is pretty good but the tops of the doors aren't right.