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  1. The bare rally wheels were a standard item in early 70's MPC Corvette annuals through around 1975- I've also seen them available in resin
  2. New approach- took all the Revell '69 Camaros I had accumulated off the shelf and pretty much started them all at once - Black RS/SS convert, Yellow SS convert, Hugger Orange RS Z/28, Pace Car convert, Blue Yenko SC, Red Baldwin Motion, Silver Z/28, Maroon RS/SS396, Green ZL-1
  3. Mock ups of a couple in progress MPC '72 Road Runners..... Using AMT Charger chassis for each, planning on gold strobe stripe, 440 4 speed and Dana from Revell 69 Charger for dark green- 340 4 speed and magnum road wheels on light green. Looks like I made top trim a bit wide
  4. The Chrysler 350 was a B engine- externally identical to the "normal" 383 (although valve covers on big block engines went from 4-bolt to 6 bolt for '65 and an RB series 383 available in lower line '59-'60 Chryslers) The kit engine is a mess with a strange intake but overall depicts a big block with a cast iron Torqueflite
  5. The original releases from the 90's were molded in red plastic and included parts to build an L88 convertible. The later "2 in 1" releases should be in white plastic and include a small block hood with cutout line on the underside and custom parts including wheels, chrome sidepipes, blower with scoop, and Moroso valve covers which were labeled both "Revell" and "Revell-Monogram" but should be identical. Seems that there was also a more recent "Revell" release Also are "Stars and Stripes" and "Rebel" racing versions based on this kit
  6. I think the Revell "429" Vette coupe was actually more common than the "427" version
  7. Another neat feature of the early 70s through '75 MPC are a set of "bare" rally wheels- these are also included in the "50th Anniversary" reissue version of the '75- nicer than the ones included in the 90s AMT version
  8. Molded in red with a big block and both hard and soft tops sounds more like a Revell '68 The new tool AMT came with an LT-1 small block and I've only seen it in light blue/gray or tan plastic
  9. The Sport Satellite was the equivalent trim-wise to the GTX and used the same interior and similar exterior trim- biggest difference would be the hood. The Satellite used the same style grille as the Road Runner but had some extra moldings and brightwork. The Satellite would have a bench seat interior with nicer trim than the base Road Runner but not the woodgrain like the Sport Satellite/GTX Externally you'd just need a Road Runner style grille and the non-bulged hood- I believe these items are available from Harts Parts Resin to convert an AMT GTX to a Satellite or just the hood for a Sport Satellite Interior wise the Road Runner parts would tend to be more accurate for a Satellite, the GTX interior correct for a Sport Satellite
  10. I've been meaning to pick one of these up to do a replica of my current '99 Yukon- is anyone currently making a GMC grille or do I need a "custom" pickup snap kit as well?
  11. Here's a quick picture of the front end parts included in the early 80s MPC Bronco
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