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About rust-n-dust

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    Fontana CA
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    Dave Lee

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  1. 65 Miller-Meteor Pontiac Ambulance?

    Miller Meteor only did bodies on Cadillacs, the CB (Cotner Bevenington) did the Olds chassis.....Superior was the major body builder on Pontiacs.
  2. 1958 Ford, Corrected Stance.

    Once again, stunning....
  3. 1958 Ford, Corrected Stance.

    Stunning! Great use of colors as well!
  4. 65 Stingray Sports Coupe

    Love it! That's the best part of the hobby, doing it the way you like it
  5. 1958 Corvette

    Looks great....funny, I started that same kit yesterday, using the same color combo!
  6. Car shows on the tube

    Really can not stand "Fast and loud"...the show should have been called "Drunk and arrogant" ...........
  7. Florida Highway Partol

    1961 Ford custom ....1960 Plymouth
  8. Monogram 56 Thunderbird tires

    Looking for a set of 4 tires from the 56 Thunderbird kit....have the whitewall inserts but no rubber....lot's of custom wheel stuff for trade....
  9. Tax added on Ebay now?

    Last time I bought something on Ebay and they tried to charge me tax I asked for their Tax ID number....all of a sudden they waived the tax charges...funny how that happens LOL
  10. ISO 1970 GTO

    I think I have one...sealed, will check tonight
  11. ISO 1970 GTO

    Does it have to be that issue?
  12. Crestliner decals in AMT '49 Ford?

    A decal set to replicate the styling buck 1949 Sportsman would be GREAT!
  13. Crestliner decals in AMT '49 Ford?

    For the real cars, The Crestliner was not offered till 1950
  14. 1953 Ford Country Squire

    The 1953 Squire were the last to have real wood trim, but just the borders and not structural. The inserts were "DiNoc", or vinyl decals. The next year they had fiberglass borders and the dinoc and became "wallpaper woodies"