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    Srephen Curbishley

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  1. I have the Clear Cougar body (unfortunately painted Yellow. I tried to strip the paint off but was only partly successful )and it has the Roof Hatch... The MK Kenz & Leslie Cougar FC's body resembles that of the Eddie Schartman Cougar as shown. My guess is the Dyno Don Cougar FC will be reissue of the Model King K&L Cougar FC..which would have the incorrect hood scoop opening for one thing.
  2. looks good! What paint did you use?
  3. I understand what you are saying.. I was thinking of using the Sedan and the hemi and interior from the Moebius / Model King '65 Plymouth Melrose Missle.. Another question ..is the interior of the Moebius / Model King '65 Plymouth Melrose Missle correct? The reason I ask is I have seen photos of the interior and the car had the interior panels and seats that match the Moebius sedan.
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    29 Model A 823c

    Wow! That's a great build...! Do you have a link to the WIP? Also Rev. does have the Louvered trunk lid in the '32 5 window kit # 85-4228
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    Buick GN

    Here is a Buick GN that I just finished.. Interior was painted with Craft paint and the Body was polished.. Made the decals..
  6. Very nice build. I'm wondering if using the Moebius / Model King '65 Plymouth Melrose Missle would be a good kit to build the "Black Arrow"?
  7. Outstanding workmanship! This is the first time I've looked thru this garage diorama.. Great detail thru out. I really like the Grime on everything.. esp on the floors and walls. Unfortunately photos are missing from the beginning..
  8. If you read pg 2 of the Model Car Science article. It states the Astro wheels have dual spool plates with Walnut spokes. Perhaps the Texture was the was AMT replicated the Dual spool plates and Walnut spokes..Since this is a Custom vehicle I'm not going to concern myself with the texture.. Just paint to add color to the wheels
  9. Something else I found while searching for info on the Surf Woodie was George Barris produced a Motorized Surf Board to go with the Surf Woodie. There is a Motorized Surf Board in the reissue Gramdpa Munsters Drag-U-La. You'll notice the one in the Dragula kit is different that the one in the photo(Off the net) Not sure what type engine is on the board in the photo.
  10. Tim Boyd did a build review of the Roadster version in his AMT's odd-Rod Roadsters kit review, Model Cars, Nov. 2014 # 190..
  11. Guess I'll have to scratch up the part and then cast in resin..LOL
  12. That's kool... What is the Cutter you are using? How does it know the design to cut? You can purchase Miniature Hex bolts and nuts or just use Hex Rod. I have one of those kits to build..
  13. I had one of the first issues of the Surf Woodie why back when.. Fortunately, I've been able to pick up several copies of the reissue (2003 ?). So I could build each version. But I'll probably make a few changes..Change the tires,wheels, engine etc. for the non woodie versions. The engine would look kool in a '60's Mustang..
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