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  1. NHRA had their own ideas of what the horsepower was. Your engine might be factory rated 275 h.p. but the NHRA felt it was 325 h.p. That's what they used to factor. NHRA stock class was weight divided by horsepower, other sanctioning bodies might have used cubic inches into weight.
  2. GM that had the swirl on them were grey, Mopar that I saw were black.
  3. Did Moebius ever come out with a B/FX comet ? If so I missed it. Where would one get the Weber's and intake manifold to try and make one ? Any ideas ? Thanks in advance.
  4. Bought a can over Amazon a few months ago that is supposedly truest candy apple red there is , Have not tried it but the name is something candy apple red.
  5. Grump's Nova was a 1968 before they came out with Camaros. I am unaware of any 72 but I could be wrong.
  6. Your local auto supply that carries paint should have clear enamel in spray cans. Modern paint have stuff in the paint to keep it from turning yellow and You ain't gonna leave this model sit in the sun and weather.
  7. For model cars I just wash them with Dawn and let air dry. Winter is bad. Ive had to stop painting and let dry and rewash to finish painting. Sounds stupid but it works for me
  8. I'm old with a fuzzy memory, but I think most mopar v/8 were on the drivers side, try google
  9. In the 1 to 1 world base coat should be flat, shiny comes from the clear.
  10. A local guy who ran alcohol dragster told me overheating was never a problem, alcohol is cool running.
  11. I was just wanting to switch the cab with interior and leave the chassis alone.
  12. Yrs ago in Fine Scale an ex sailor built a ship for a museum, was 6 to8 ft long and after getting over the WOW factor I thought man having to build something would take all the fun out of it. For me this is a hobby and fun and when it isn't I put it up until ready to go at it again.
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