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MyBradKeselowski

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About MyBradKeselowski

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  • Birthday 11/17/1963

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    Dallas, Texas
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    Steve Foote

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  1. Is it going to be molded in Coca Cola red or the color of the pic car? If so I want a case of them.
  2. I've got the Butch Leal Duster still sealed. Hopefully I can find a S&M Duster.
  3. I guess I'm going to have to order it somewhere online.
  4. My local HL has neither the Chevelle nor the Boss. It has never even carried the MPC Squad Nova and I've been looking for it for awhile now.
  5. 500 dollars off on all remaining 70 Impala's. lol
  6. They used 2 Plymouth Valiant's in the movie one had the slant 6 and the other one had the 318. The gas station scene with the attendant does not show the engine when he opens the hood, but the actual Valiant that Dennis Weaver drove was with a slant 6. But there is one scene where they show the dash and it has factory A/C so I'm guessing in this scene they used the Valiant with the 318.
  7. How many more Trans Am's are we going to get? I would have rather had a 77 Camaro.
  8. I'll pass on this one, I don't like the looks of the Escalade anyway..
  9. The 76-77 Cutlass 442 is a complete different bodystyle from a 76-77 Monte Carlo. I don't even know why everyone is trying to compare the two. The only comparison to the 76-77 Monte Carlo would be the 76-77 Cutlass Salon coupe and the 76-77 Regal.
  10. Nice to see this, I know these are very hard to find. I'm glad I have one still sealed in the bag.
  11. Kramer's car is a 73 Impala not a Bel Air.
  12. This kit is an ok kit except for the rear bumper don't seem to fit flush as there seems to be a gap between the top of bumper and the body compared to the MPC El Camino where the rear bumper sits flush with the body. I also don't care for Monogram's offering of the engine as it don't have a lot of detail and seems like it has V6 to where the MPC El Camino has a better detailed engine and looks to be like a 305 V8. I have a MPC Nightmoves 80 El Camino unbuilt and I like the detailing better than the Monogram. That's just my opinion..
  13. I wonder why Round 2 is doing another reissue of Joker's Dodge Monaco? I never really thought that was a hot seller.
  14. I've been kinda holding out in case I seen something I really wanted but then all I've got to really trade are just crappy old unbuilt MPC 71-76 Impala's, Caprice's, MPC El Camino, MPC square bodied 80 Chevy pickup and different AMT, Revell kits. So I know nobody wants none of my crappy kits...lol I guess that's why I don't claim nothing..
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