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  1. Does anyone know where these decals might be still for sale? Seems sold out everywhere. They look great! Not sure about the 4 chicken heads though! 🤣
  2. Wow, Incredible work. This is going to look amazing when you have finished. I would be interested in purchasing a resin kit of the Willys cab if you are selling any.
  3. Looks fantastic, awesome work! Wondering what sort of putty you used around the wheel openings & to flare them out? Did you use thin styrene strips on the inside of the wheel openings to hold the putty & so it’s smooth on the inside? Any help would be great!
  4. I’ve never heard of the guy but I’ll look out for his show. My favourite car shows ever is Roadkill & Roadkill Garage. Best shows & the whole family enjoys them.
  5. Hi that’s fine thanks for looking anyways.
  6. Wanted - 1969 Dodge Superbee Six Pack Scoop decals As above I need the 2 x Six Pack scoop decals from the Monogram 1969 Dodge Superbee kit. I don’t need anything else from the sheet or kit. Let me know if you have these you can part with & how much? Alternatively are these available on any aftermarket decal sheets? They were not on the Keith Marks decals that I received. Also looked at Firebird decals, Rays kits decals & Pattos. Thanks & hope someone can help. Cheers Greg
  7. It would be great to see a 60s Dodge Pickup be available in kit form. I would certainly buy them all that are released. Hopefully one day.
  8. I would love to build this car. Shame there’s no bodies available for it.
  9. Both Keith Marks & Slixx sell the Modtop decals.
  10. Star Models sells a 1955 Desoto 2 door hardtop or convertible resin kit.
  11. Hi Steve, Yes I agree. It would have been an easy conversion for Moebius to release 55/56 Desoto in kit form. Definitely a missed opportunity. Surely they must have looked into it & decided it wasn't a viable option? Looking at the Johan 56 Desoto & Moebius 56 Chrysler it's amazing to see how close in all dimensions they are. I think Ive decided to do the conversion myself using the Moebius Chrysler body as a base & use Johan bumpers. Ive also got a Modelhaus 56 Desoto interior. The tail lights are molded on to the body on the Johan Desoto, so Im unsure what to do about those at this stage. Any ideas on the tail lights short of cutting them off the Johan? I don't believe Ive seen a R&R or Modelhaus 56 Desoto kit. It may be out there? I wouldn't pay the prices now anyway. Thanks for your help.
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