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Jordan White

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  1. Agree on the modern pickups, and especially agree on the F150 comment! You would think, that with how many are sold, they would see that there would be a market for a scale (non-snap) version of them!
  2. My bad, I forgot that the 4x4 kit is a '66, which you're right that it has a different wheelbase than the '65. Granted, the frame could be shortened to the 120", though I guess I don't know how different the widths and layout of the two frames are.
  3. That would be great, I'm rebuilding this kit and apparently didn't keep the part from the first time I built it.
  4. As the title states, I'm looking for the convertible-down boot piece for the Revell/Monogram 90's Mustang Cobra Convertible.
  5. This is looking great so far! I really think you should reach out to Joseph at Fireball Modelworks and see if he would be interested in working with you to make a resin conversion for the '65 4x4 kit. This would be great to go along with his 1970 F250 conversion kit!
  6. My goal is just to finish some builds, rather than starting them and then putting them back in the box! 😆
  7. It's possible they just weren't that popular since most using them off-road or on a farm would probably prefer the shorter wheelbase for maneuverability.
  8. Looks awesome! It's a very clean...dirty build! 😄 As far as cab and bed combo, the brochure I found says the crew cab could be had with both the 6.5' and 8' beds.
  9. I think for me, the Firebird feels sleeker and more refined compared to the Camaro. Plus, BBS style wheels!
  10. My favorite is the Revell 1/16 Trans Am GTA kit. Other than the incorrect 4-speed manual transmission, it is a well detailed and fairly accurate kit.
  11. Looks very rad and very 80's/90's! Good wheel and engine choice!
  12. Surprisingly, it may be tough to adapt the Olds front end to the S10 chassis. The suspension mounts end up a bit wider than the frame, there aren’t any buckets for the “coil springs”, and it pushes the wheel hubs fairly close to the edge of the wheel well.
  13. I do have both kits actually, so I could test it as long as I haven't already glued the Cutlass suspension to the frame. I will check tonight.
  14. Good to know. Yeah the 2wd wheels have a deeper offset compared to the 4wd wheels, so perhaps the Olds suspension will still be more accurate.
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