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  1. Box art has been completed and approved for '70 4x4. Tooling work has started on the 65-66 F-100 parts, should have a better idea once test shots are done and reviewed. -Steve
  2. Casey, Missing Link re-pops those exact wheels if you need a set FYI ..... -Steve
  3. Here's a few detail photos, all these wheel choices will also fit the current F-100 kits. The last one sure looks like a 4x4 wheel to me ... there will be more info on these kits so stay tuned. -Steve
  4. Sorry for the delay, I finally went through all the photos I took in Detroit. So here's the photos from the Moebius display. Keep in mind that these are rough 3D prints. After some changes are made test shot's will be next. We might see those early next year. My built up 70 F-100 4x4 sits below the Grim Reaper art work. Maybe not the best placement in hindsight ..... So far I've seen three bed styles, two trim levels and wheel bases. I expect there will be a 4x4 too. -Steve
  5. No, I forgot to upload them, thanks for the reminder Casey. I'll post them soon.
  6. RC2 era 'b and s' cars...

    You are both right on point, here's what happened. Back then they were announcing 10-15 releases at a time and they wanted box art builds in within 30 days. It just wasn't feasible to complete that many. Their go to box builder would pull completed models out his collection along with whatever fresh builds he could handle in a month. Of course most of those already built models were not box stock but the product manager wasn't very concerned. She felt that putting "prototype model" on the box covered those issues. Towards the end I pitched in and helped so one guy didn't have build them all but I had a falling out with the product manager so that didn't last long. -Steve (Cap Sat was my other reference but I can't get the Multi-quote to work)
  7. Look for Moebius to be at the Detroit Model Show next month with the latest updates and possibly some prototypes to check out. My built up of the 70 F-100 4x4 will be there too. Steve
  8. Exactly right, but that's a very good thing in this case. I've seen photos of the 65-66 mock up and its planed variations including it's optional parts. Anything that's not 65-66 specific will also be a drop in fit for the 69 - 72 kits as well. I'm betting if you're a Ford Light Truck, fan you'll be very pleased with what coming !!! -Steve
  9. That's a good question Brad, your probably right but I don't know for sure. What's in the kit is same trans the comes with 6 cylinder version that would probably represent a three speed column shift. However once it's built you can see very little of the transmission. I also probably should have painted the trans case a cast iron color too.
  10. Thanks Chuck !! Trying to find 1:1 examples of F-100 4x4's that didn't sport full modern aftermarket tires and wheels and or lift kits was pretty tough. I did manage to find a few, here's a 71 F-100 4x4 with the hub caps in question. It looks pretty original to me. Maybe they were dealer installed or aftermarket accessory items like you mentioned. My goal was to simply show what could be done with the kit based on the parts given to me. I could have easily left the wheels open but it was my choice to use them. I'm surprised no one has mentioned the modern battery that's in all the F-100 kits. Go figure ... -Steve
  11. 1967 Lincoln Lehman-Peterson Limo

    I've thought about doing Lehmann-Peterson Lincoln for years. Glad to see it done so well !! Steve
  12. 1962 Ford Galaxie

    Well done !! -Steve