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1972coronet

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About 1972coronet

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  • Birthday 04/16/1970

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    1/25 & 1/24

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    Murrieta 92562 , Ca
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  1. Early 60s Mopar Dog Dish Hubcaps

    FWIW : the car in the 3rd sample image is adorned with the early-1975 & later "generic" hubcaps . While based-upon the 1969-late '74 hubcaps , they were obviously sans the Dodge or Plymouth name(s) . I'm sure that you've scoped out
  2. Isn't it time....

    How about the Opal Kadett models , as seen in The Seven-Ups ?
  3. Scale vehicle inspiring a 1:1 vehicle

    Gorgeous Imp ! I recognise the "Juvie Knob" shifter ... did you make that ? Your B-bod reminds me of the kinds of Lowriders I'd see where I grew up : nice , clean lines , with tasteful custom touches .
  4. Earl Scruggs with the (later iteration of) The Byrds , et al. , with You Ain't Going Nowhere ( from 'Sweetheart of the Rodeo' , 1968 ) written by Bob Dylan . 1971 Grand Ole Opry
  5. Lindberg Dodge 330

    I've only seen the hardtop ; not sure if they made a 'sedan' . When I bought the Lindberg version (for the sum of its parts) , I ostensibly gave little-to-no consideration of the Lindberg's proportions ; I only wanted its Slant Six / 727 , and some of its other parts for a planned Slant Six 1968 Fury Patroller . But , when I did peruse the kit's contents , I did find that the body didn't look right , but gave it no consideration beyond that .
  6. Lindberg Dodge 330

    I too have a copy of the Jo-Han version ; that's the one I'm going to (eventually) build . The Lindberg version is , IMO , little more than a parts kit --- an excellent source for a Slant Six , 727 trans. , and a B/RB engine .
  7. Looking fab ! How about a "retro" number such as "TOrrey-75309" or "UNiversity-75309" ?
  8. '80 f-150 stepside

    That is a fantastic piece of art , man ! That interior looks so incredibly realistic --- love the texture and finish of the rubber floor mat ! Add a handful of cracks to the dash pad , and it'll look like a Southwest U.S. truck ! UNderhill-75309 ...
  9. AMT 58 IMPALA-- My golden Goose

    I like it ! Looks like a period piece ; like it was built back in the 60's or 70's ( a compliment ) . I've got the same recently-reissued kit ; the moulded-in-Gold-Metallic version . It's on my "polished plastic" list . Keep up the great work !
  10. 66 Suburban

    Nice Suburban ! Nice colour choice ---- Tamiya's Camel Yellow ? Keep 'em coming !
  11. Finished my first model

    Love the finish on its paint --- looks more realistic than a glossy finish ; great work ! I'm still S-L-O-W-L-Y building the c.1990 issue of the Revell 1967 SS-396 Chevelle ; it'll be my first build in almost 13 years ( I gave up for a while when my mum fell-ill ... just getting back into things again ). Keep it up , man !
  12. *1971* LS-6 Corvette !

    The 1971 LS-6 ! The elusive 1971 LS-6 ! The fables and folklore are true : these actually were produced ! Virtual anomalies --- akin to the 1972 440+6 engines . Here are two examples ... UNREAL ! http://www.superchevy.com/features/1802-rare-1971-ls6-corvette-is-uncovered/
  13. 1976 gran torino

    Have you tried the Molotow Chrome Pen(s) yet ? The 1 mm tip is perfect for interior trim ; and , it's easily covered (e.g. , painted-over) if one "colours-outside-the-lines" . Great work on this beauty from the Malaise Era ! Keep up the beautiful job !
  14. Welcome New Mods!

    These guys came to mind when I read this thread's title : Small Faces ! Steve Marriott ( 'The Artful Dodger' ) and the Small Faces , London , c.1966 .
  15. Time Warp 1970

    "Out of my mind / on / Saturday night // nineteen-seventy / rollin' in sight ..."