The cavalcade of stars was a actual series . Chuck I tried to contact you on facebook do you still offer the Vega wagon I was also interested in Fairmont decals, Flying Dutchman III and the Red alert Chevelle, connie Kalitta 69 mustang
I'd love to have a digital subscription. I Don't get the the haters of of digital digital magazines that never tried it. It's like a PDF File you can pick the pages you want to print. and if you want high quality print use a Photo printer and you will feel like your on the photo shoot. Do you know you can search your entire collection by keyword. Digital magazines are often cheaper than the paper many of my subscriptions are as low as $5.00 quit whining, enjoy your metal axles that goes through the oil plan and have your insurance agent over for a dinner, a walk through and inspection evaluation and ask him what he thinks of a magazine collection from the 60's. Unfortunetaly over the last 13 years I haven't bought more than 20 MC magazines I subscribed for 2 years most arrived torn up in my mail box and I had to get replacement. Change in Golden Bell's policy to replace damaged magazine made me decide to cancel. I live 90 miles (no kidding) from a hobby shop that can or will carry car the magazine so getting a copy is always hit and miss because of my health. Greg does have a game plan for a digital copy of the magazine I beta test it with him. On my end I thought it was very successful maybe he's working on a transmission method. I wish him luck he know's I'll be first subscriber.
Danny I cant believe your fast service I placed an order on Wednesday and my parts arrived in PA on Friday. I need to know pricing on the Dually fenders for the Meng fenders and the 4 Hole dually 16 wheels I'm ready to place another order. You are awesome.
I avoided this tanker kit like the no other trailer kit I figured it would be plagued with problems from Scratched chrome to sink marks, warped parts of the vessel, heavy sprue attachment joints that be hidden. You made it look fantastic. I'll have to look for one now.. Very nice Thanks for sharing.
The perimeter frame would not be the way to go, no aftermarket company uses that setup. not even in full custom frames. I recommend using a 64-65 chevy truck frame. it's the closest to stock you might find. It has the original 4 coil spring with a rear trailing arm suspension. You can go any route you like after that. Parallel rear 4 bar with air bags is popular with tubular arms and air bags with a rack up front can drop it on the ground. The front inner fenders as mentioned are wrong from and from pre 67. If you want it to lay frame the front fenders wells are modified close to something that is a wheel tub with no inside.
You have to make some floor pans, cab mounts and bed mounts this route but nothing you can't handle There is a great book out there for the 1:1 building a C10 truck it's only about $10 ... lots of great ideas. good luck
Excellent work Juergen, One of the few things that have kept me from attempting that build my self was I never found a good picture where I was able to read the black text to make the decals, even with your model because of the ribs I still could not make it out. PM Sent.
very nice job Bruno of replicating the car of some the friendliest guys in pro stock. Great detail work in the engine compartment doing the carbs and the fuel regulator. The kit may not be accurate but you made it come to life and made it believable.