mopargreg

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  • Location Australia
  • Full Name Greg Batten

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  1. mopargreg added a post in a topic '50 Olds fastback   

    Tom Coolidge made them but he no longer makes them. MCW resin also sells a 50 olds fastback
  2. mopargreg added a post in a topic Gauging interest in Dodge W-300 & W-500 cab kits   

    Hi, yes excellent! I will purchase one of every Dodge cab you make. Can't wait! What sort of time frame are you thinking till release?
  3. mopargreg added a post in a topic Two Chryslers and a Hudson   

    They all look great. Very nice. What colours did you use on the Hudson?
  4. mopargreg added a post in a topic Early Ford Wire Wheel Covers?   

    Thanks for your help. Also thanks for adding photo. I think I'll have a go at making some similar wheels. Obviously like you said without the site wheels on the inside. 
    Its a shame both the wheels and headlights are not available as it would give the early model builders more building options 
  5. mopargreg added a post in a topic Early Ford Wire Wheel Covers?   

    Im having trouble attaching an image from photobucket so here is the link to the ebay listing showing the wheel covers. Im not sure why the image wont load properly, ill look into it tomorrow
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Other-Roadster-/141802780943?forcerrptr=true&hash=item21041ab90f:g:8vEAAOSwhcJWIDhJ&item=141802780943
  6. mopargreg added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Early Ford Wire Wheel Covers?
    Hi, Im wondering if some wire wheel covers for early Fords are available in any kit or from an aftermarket resin source in 1/25 scale. I have included an example of what I mean. The photo I have attached is from Jesse James 32 Roadster which is actually on ebay if you have some spare cash lying around
    Also are any E&J Headlights available anywhere. They are pretty cool as well, also on Jesse James's Roadster.
    Thanks for your help
     
     
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  7. mopargreg added a topic in Wanted!   

    Wanted - R&R Resin 1961 Plymouth Stationwagon kit
    Hi everyone, I am trying to find a R&R resin 1961 Plymouth Stationwagon kit. Please let me know if you have one to sell. R&R is no longer in business so they are no longer being made. Please let me know if you have one, Any help would be great.
    Thanks Greg
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  8. mopargreg added a post in a topic New Site/Forum Look   

    Hi mr obsessive, so yours is doing the same to? Least I'm not the only one. I hope there's a fix for this soon. 
  9. mopargreg added a post in a topic New Site/Forum Look   

    I upgraded the software to the latest on my iPhone 6 the other day. Since then while viewing the forum the forum display is only shown on one side of the screen, not over the whole width of the screen. When looking at the screen its displaying on the left side only. The right side is blank white with nothing on it.
    Its a shame as I liked the new look on my phone but now it doesn't work as my display is only half the screen now unless I zoom in. What's strange as the adverts fill the entire width of the screen.
    This forum is the only one I'm having issues with. Any ideas? 
  10. mopargreg added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Casting small parts - help
    Hi everyone, I'm interested in casting a few small parts for my own use in resin.  I don't want use any pressure pots to draw out air bubbles etc. I just want to keep it simple without any setup costs. Can anyone recommend the best product to use for this and the final product won't be full of air bubbles. 
    I read a while ago on the forum someone cast small parts in epoxy. Any ideas on this? 
    I'm no stranger to casting as I have cast my own urethane tires in the past for slotcar racing. Using smooth on silicone for the molds and smooth on urethane for the tires.
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  11. mopargreg added a post in a topic Advice on AMT / MPC Dodge Charger and Daytona kits   

    Hi thanks for the input. That's basically what I figured. I was also thinking about a 1970 charger. I'm wondering if a MPC 1970 charger grille and bumper from modelhaus, fit in a newer release dukes of hazard or fast and furious charger from AMT? I'm thinking you would have to fill in the notch on the body from the bumper on the 69. But otherwise will it fit right in? Or will the 1970 mpc grille fit in a revell 68/69 charger body?
    Has anyone tried it?
  12. mopargreg added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Advice on AMT / MPC Dodge Charger and Daytona kits
    Hi, I'm wanting to build a couple of 69 dodge charger nascars. I know the bodies between the old issue amt dukes of hazard kit with the flush rear window and the MPC Charger 500 are the same bodies. Is the body on the AMT dodge Daytona the same? Basically can I just get a AMT dodge Daytona kit and fit a Modelhaus Charger 500 front grille (which is a MPC Charger 500 grille) with no body modifications and are the front fenders the same etc?
     
    Any help would be great, thanks.
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  13. mopargreg added a post in a topic Anyone have any truck masters that I can mold?   


    Ill be interested in a couple of these kits if ever they get casted. Looking forward to it. Keep me posted. Thanks
  14. mopargreg added a post in a topic Limited Edition Sixties Style Hot Rods, Expressions of Intersest   

    I'll want to buy any of the dodges you make. Please keep us posted
  15. mopargreg added a post in a topic Wanted - Missing Link resin 1970 Dodge Charger & R&R Resin 1950 Plymouth business coupe   

    Hi yes thanks for the reply. I'll probably end up getting the modelhaus kit but thought I would see if I could find the missing link kit first, as that is what I would prefer. The missing link kit is based off the new 68/69 revel charger kit whereas the modelhaus kit is a copy of the old mpc kit.