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  1. Here's a photo of built test shot B/FX engine bay, I believe Jim Kampmann is the builder. Photo was taken at the 2017 NNL East. -Steve
  2. Moebius has already tooled up all the B/FX version parts but so far no announcement if or when they will release it. I'd suspect they're waiting to see how well the A/FX version does. Steve
  3. This HAS to be THE crapiest box art EVER!!!!

    AMT 1961 Ford Galaxie issued in '69 as part of the Flower Power series. The others were a '60 Mercury, 60 Pontiac Bonneville, 60 T-Bird Convertible, 62 Buick Electra and 65 Ford Mustang HT. All had the Flower Power/ Psychedelic box art work as AMT tried to cash in on the Hippie Movement. The tooling for the 61 Ford, 62 Buick and 65 Mustang are still around. The rest are long gone. -Steve
  4. Here's my built up test shot engine pics, what do you think ?
  5. Here's the rest of the box art showing the built model which was inspired by the F250 used in the brochure photo.
  6. The last information I had was that both the 70 F-100 4x4 and the 65 AFX Comet were ready for production, and the ownership transfer to Pegasus would probably cause a short delay. That information is several weeks old. Typically your looking at about six weeks before they hit the shelves once production starts.
  7. Dan, What your looking at above are the 3D prints which have already had many revisions, not test shots. 1st round test shots haven't even been shown here in any detail yet and probably won't be as there are already change orders on those too. Hopefully I'll have the second round test shots in a few weeks. I'll post photos of those once I get the OK. Feel free to comment then ... Steve
  8. It wouldn't surprise me if that style of bed has been use for more then 50-60 years with minor changes. A google search of Reading's history show's 1955 for their start with a new line of lower profile bodies in 1959. https://www.readingbody.com/about/history/#/step-1
  9. Here's a couple of photos from the DAAM shop display last Sunday. There are no plans for a 8" Flareside bed at this time. Maybe one of the resin caster will step up and fill the gap finally. This is the Utility bed I mentioned. Anyone recognize a brand ? Could be a Reading but I don't know for sure. -Steve
  10. Just advising that it's a drop fit for any of the Moebius Ford Long bed kits. I'm sure it would fit lots of other pickup kits with simple mounting changes. -Steve
  11. Yes, I took a couple with my phone before it died. I'll post them first chance. Steve
  12. 1st round test shot's were on display at DAAM show near Detroit on Sunday where Dave revealed the 4th bed-style will be a aftermarket Utility Bed which will fit any of the 65-72 long bed kits. 2nd round of test shot parts should be coming next month. -Steve
  13. 1978-'83 Chevy Malibu questions

    Luc, Pretty much the full line of the 78 - 87 RWD A/G platform shared the same basic setup with minor variations under the skin, so take your pick. You could bolt the complete front end of a Pontiac Lemans, Bonneville or any Olds or Buick wagon variation to a Malibu or El Camino body as they all shared the Chevy doors too. Steve
  14. Moebius new stuff

    I think he's specifically asking about the built up 70 4x4 kit that was also on display, not the 3D mock ups of the 65-66. The 70 4x4 should be going into production very soon. -Steve
  15. Moebius new stuff

    I've got the same first round test shots of the 65-66 F-100 as well for review and have already discussed a number corrections with Dave. I'm sure there will be some photos shared once he's more satisfied. Hopefully with the next round of test shots. Last time I talked with Dave he said he would really like to have something new released car and or truck wise in the second Quarter of this year. The most likely of those would be the 70 F-100 4x4 and or the AFX Comet. Hopefully Dave will be able share some specifics regarding production of those two kits very soon. Steve