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  1. I tried searching here. But did not find anything. If you still have the pics stored in your hard drive, please post them here. Thanks.
  2. I can see these kits being turned into street rods and gassers. Looks like a lot of nice kits coming out.
  3. Maybe the original author of this thread can post a pic of this model so we can see what is being discussed.
  4. Casey, I was reading the phrase in your last sentence; "people realize this may never happen again" . Is it possible that Round maybe doing one final run of the old annuals that were produced from the 60's through the 70's?
  5. With the new technology of 3D printing and Round 2's willingness to redo their tooling , the MPC 68 Coronet could very well come out sooner than we think. Utilizing the Roadrunner/GTX/Superbee chassis with a new 68 Coronet body and interior will complete the kit. I always say, keep contacting Round 2 and let them know that this needs to be released.
  6. Looking for one front wheel assembly and a skinny front tire from the 1/16th scale Tom Mc Ewen kit.
  7. What the person was trying to say was that the AMT 59 Imperial kit can be found at Hobby Lobby. The person was referring to the Imperial kit and not the 63 Chevy II wagon kit. That's all that was. I think when people read the statement they thought the person was referring to the upcoming 63 Chevy II. That statement got a few people excited. After reading that I bet some people were going Hobby Lobby to get the 63 Chevy II kit.
  8. RichCostello MCM Ohana Members 1,186 posts Location:Pocatello, Id Full Name:Richard Costello Report post Posted yesterday at 12:04 AM It's on the shelf at Hobby Lobby right now. The person was referring to the AMT 59 Imperial when they said "it's on the shelf at Hobby Lobby right now." Hope that clears that up.
  9. I contacted Round 2 a few months ago about the 71 Dodge Demon. They stated to me that they will not be releasing it at this time This was back in June..
  10. Anyone know more about the 79 Firebird Delivery? Is this by any chance the Pontiac Firebird Kammback wagon , like the one that I beleive Lindberg did back in the early 90's?
  11. The very last sentence says it all. If it takes Coca Cola branding to get the get the old annuals back out into production, I'm all for it. Yes, Round 2 start doing Coke branding to all your future releases.
  12. The very last sentence says it all. If it takes Coca Cola branding to get the get the old annuals back out into production, I'm all for it. Yes, Round 2 start doing Coke branding to all your future releases.
  13. Definetly hats off to Round 2. Glad Round 2 is doing this. I beleive we will be seeing more now that Round 2 sees the demand and need to get these old annuals up into production again.
  14. Speaking of the trailer which was included years ago with the Coronet ,Challenger and other kits back in the day; would there be any interest to have the trailer back? MPC simply dropped having the trailer by the 70's. It could be released without much difficulty . But, would it sell better by itself as a stand alone kit or included as part of a model car kit? Over the years I can't recall much demand for the trailer.
  15. I agree with you Casey. Especially on the subject of MPC 68 and 69 Coronet R/T. Definetely on point with this. Considering what Round 2 is doing to bring the 63 Chevy II wagon and 64 Olds Cutlass to production, I beleive we have a very good chance of seeing the MPC Coronets again. As you stated; doing the curbside first and the full on kits later will give more choices for a broader market. These would be good sellers.
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