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Chassis 1075 won both 68 and 69 LM24's. No other chassis has done so. Mirages are GT40's, too much essential componentry the same, or derivative. Mk. II and IV farther from original in many ways than the Mirage. Gulf-Wyer didn't change heritage.
Agree, amazing chassis. Fujimi kits the 68 and 69 iterations of 1075, nicely.
Some people have zero clue how much work, integrity, and kindness come from Don and Carol. You cannot pay for the kind of reputation they've busted tail doing for the last 20-25 years.
Their recent tragic loss of their son just makes it seem so unfair. Don and Carol are awesome people, smart, hardworking in several different professional lives.
Fseva, buy a few kits of theirs, and you may learn the difference between cost and value. I personally doubt you ever will, but don't denegrate the business of the Holthaus family or it's value unless you've done similarly.
This business will be hard to replace, or sustain at the level of commitment of Don and Carol. No matter what, I wish them peace and happiness. The success was all their doing.
Um, there were 8-10 photos of white lenses on 69 Rivieras at the link. A few 68's, smaller side marker rather than cornering light.
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The cutaways are by James Allington. There's a book full of them, I have it. The original Shell prints are getting scarce, but are worth it.
Shell does nice videos, and has great series of various 1/43 and Lego cars usually available in Asia/Malaysia.
I just looked for pic of the allington book, and none found with couple quick searches. The above has pics of his work, some from the book. I've had the book for decades, collect his prints and Turner racing posters.
His 275 GTB/4 is awesome, as is the Duesy and the 250F
You know, they could either tool new cab/bits for the current 56 as mod reissue like the 69 Shelby convert, or convert the 55 Monogram. If done well, it may work.
No idea how the Testors Boyd cars sold, but that's a point to look at.
I can't stand errors, but they haven't decided what they're doing and people either hate Foose, or are pessimistic about issues. Give them a break. They're investing, and aiming stuff at the lunatic fringe that will maybe lure people in. I'd expect some time on Overhaulin' too, like the other show.
I'm up for them, just no boring stuff. And at least Chip makes car safer and well built. Gas Monkey builds for the flip. I like the show, but only a few I'd buy from them, sloppy quickie builds not my taste.