<----------- 1964 Studebaker Daytona. But I'm realistic. The 1/1 car didn't sell and neither would the model. The variations of the '57-'58 Fords and Tri-5 Chevys should be no-brainers. I love to see the '57 Nomad and a regular wagon. 1970 Charger R/T 1967/68 Cougar 1968/69 AMC Javelin I would love for some company to do a nicely detailed '48 Tucker.
Since moving back to Michigan, I'm blessed with two large hobby shops (Great Lakes Hobby and Whistle Stop Hobby). GLH is only a mile from home. If Hobby Lobby as something I want and the price is right (with the help of their 40% off coupon) I might get something there. Central Florida had nothing like the two up here. Unfortunately, there is nothing up here that would keep me from moving back to the land of sunshine...
Let's not forget the recently released... Monogram 1957 Ford Del Rio wagon AMT 1970 Ford Galaxie 4-dr Cop Car (bad roof and all) Revell 2006 Dodge Charger (street and police versions) Revell 2006 Dodge Magnum AMT 2005 Chrysler 300 Lindberg 1991 Ford Crown Vic I know there was a '91 Chevy Caprice cop car? Maybe also an Impala SS? EDIT: I forget who made this, but I have a promo of the 1995 Chrysler Cirrus.
I think a slant six and an auto will find a home in my FIRST one. I swear, some people cry over the dumbest stuff. There are enough Mopars of the approximate vintage to make whatever combination you desire. Would a bench seat be wanted? Absolutely, but I'm sure I'll come up with something. By the way, there is no visual difference between a 413, a 426W or a 440. So the intake and air cleaner are off. The stuff is out there. About the only engine that isn't out there is the 318 poly engine that Chrysler used until 1966.
Thanks for they extra posts guys. What is an EMHAR kit? I've never heard of it. Khier, I've never seen a photo of the Corvettes mixed in with the standard Chevy's. The pics on the car haulers with Vettes had nothing BUT Vettes. Did Chevy 'mix and match'?
As far as trucks go, I don't know if my skills are good enough to fab up a complete chassis. I thought that, as a roller, the Blitz might be close. Is a Cameo frame close to an LFR frame in length that it could be modified?