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cargostar

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About cargostar

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    MCM Ohana

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    http://modelsbydave.com
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    1/25

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  • Location
    Ft.Madison, Iowa
  • Full Name
    Dave Carey

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  1. Rough fit of the swing doors
  2. Well, slight change.... Decided to cut out the sliding door, so I can offer it as an insert, with 4 versions. Slider without window, slider with window, split doors with windows, and split doors without windows.
  3. That body style is out there in diecast.
  4. Made some progress over the weekend. Floor is done and ready for primer, Frame is lengthened and ready for the rear extension, and, the body has had some surgery.....
  5. With a couple of the Crusing Van kits in my hands, I’ve started on another project that will be cast in the future. Lengthening the kit from 124” wheelbase to 138” for the club wagon, and eventually the even longer super wagon. Starting with the floor pan to keep everything straight.
  6. Another project that has been lurking in the shadows of my bench until recently, is my master of the sleeper that was on the Snowman’s GMC General in Smokey and the Bandit II. I think it’s starting to look oily something!
  7. I have the grill and running boards available for the Squad.
  8. Now available from Models by Dave. 60” McLaughlin “Super Suite” sleeper.... otherwise known an the Brougham sleeper. Designed to work with the Transtar 4300 kit. This sleeper was also used on 9300’s, and I offer a conversion for both the standard 9300, and the set back axle 9300 PM me for ordering information.
  9. Resin Wishlist

    Hmmm maybe I need to finish some masteremasters
  10. Thanks! The Travelall is all scratchbuilt. There is nothing that even comes close, so had to scratch it.
  11. Hmmmm maybe I’ll get back on the Travelall But first mire Scout parts! Heres the hood latch and washer bottle.
  12. Inner fenders are almost done.
  13. Reference isn’t a problem. My daily driver is a Scout.