That shouldn't be hard to do with the log manifold from the reissued '53 F100 kit, a little sanding and cutting and Bob's your uncle. I have two DD kits in various stages of build, including one with the dual blower setup from the '53 Studebaker in the Fiat coupe...
This is probably why our local hobby shops don't carry extensive kit lines, and counterintuitive to the fact that Hobby Lobby is opening a second local store (although their clientele is much more varied than model builders).... I'm pretty disappointed by all this.
TODAY. If I hadn't gone up on a whim to SEE if they were there.... well; I heard people complaining about the lack of non-club members coming to the show/contest/swap meet. Any ideas on why that might be? Poor advertising? hmmm.
I work right where I'm at right now. Right in front of this monitor. about two feet wide and a foot deep, and often sprues are laid across the keyboard while I'm detail painting. There's six builds in progress stacked under the desk. the bulk of my parts (and the rest of my builds) are in the hall linen closet, nearly 250 of them and several organizers full of parts, boxes full of bagged tires and rims, a couple of boxes of GI Joes... twenty-plus years of hobby time stored away because two "spare" rooms were taken by family... but I STILL get to build, even in a two-foot square spot.
snagged a Cougar II, the Dyno Don Chevy, and a Maverick '64 Dodge. HAD to grok all of them this evening, especially the Cougar as I've never attempted that kit, and sure enough the windshield in the Dodge is split right down the middle, just like the very first Color Me Gone kit I bought... however, one broken piece in a closeout kit isn't enough to make me run crying back to Ollies, I'll work around it. Form some acetate or clear styrene. The Cougar kit is very interesting, typical IMC overdoing the working parts (only the hood is mentioned on the box) and loaded to the gunwales with chrome.... BTW on inspection, NONE of the kits had parts loose from the trees, warped parts, or short shots. Those Dodge kits simply have too much packed in the box for it's size... Lindberg really put some effort into that stretch of time, too bad they couldn't stand alone and keep producing new tools of the same or better caliber. My pick at Ollies? short staffing. a manager had to open a register to get things moving today. otherwise, neat store.