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    West Bend WI
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    Dan Lasiewicz
  1. CapSat 6 & Espo Thank you so much!. I was working my way thru the listed vendors page Espo referenced. Hopefully this will make my conversion so much easier.
  2. Does anyone know if a resin caster makes a conversion tail light panel for a 72 Challenger? Of course I never paid any attention to the Lindberg kits when they were abundant. Now that I have a project in mind I can't find anything I need.
  3. Missing Link Resin Maverick

    How does one go about contacting Missing Link to place an order? Their website does not have an area to call them or an option to do a shopping cart to place and order.
  4. 67 Eleanor transkit available?

    I'd like to get one as well. How do I go about getting one from Gregg?
  5. 20" Honeycombs

    Not to hi jack your thread; I had drawn some snowflakes up about a year ago. Where did you go to have these printed? SNOWFLAKE.PDF
  6. Ariel Atom 3D print

    I've been doing Solid Works now for my company for years and stumbled across Shapeways. I drew up some rims and submitted them. The price was very cost prohibitive, so I've been looking for ways to make them more simple in design. How are you figuring your tolerances to get your printing done in one shot?
  7. 2015 Chevelle Concept now Under Glass

    I second the resin statement!! Please cast this up in resin!
  8. I'm newer to creating body mods. Does anyone have any tips for splicing fenders or front clips from one body to another? Ideally I'm looking for how to's, but also need to know how to go about ensuring structural strength by ensuring I have a good joint.
  9. Painting fenders

    Another trick is to paint your fenders then get some Silly Putty. Stretch it out so it is flat, about 1/16th inch thick. Place it over your fenders and work the Silly Putty up to the edge of where the body and fenders meet. I use an paint brush handle with a rounded edge to push the putty where I want it. Don't flood the body with paint when you spray, building up light coats works really well. When you are done just peel the putty off your fenders, you can reuse the putty. The best part is you can pick it up at Walmart for a buck or 2 and it does work really well with some experimenting and patience.
  10. Olsmobile Experts needed

    Pretty much what the topic description states. I need to know the differences between the 1969 and 1970 Cutlass body styles. I'd like to make a Rallye 350 Cutlass, but need to know what kit to begin with. I guess I'm at the fact gathering stage before I even begin think about any cutting and gluing. Any help or website references are greatly appreciated. Thanx
  11. Thanx so much guys!!! I did not realize there were 2 sources!
  12. I signed up yesterday to this forum. I must have spent 3/4 of the day going thru messages in just the resin area. I've learning all kinds of new things. I thought I read a post about these carbs being available. I should have taken notes I guess. Now I can not find the message. Can anyone fill me on on this? Are they being prototyped? If they are available, who has them? Any help is much appreciated.