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john sharisky

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  1. I can't post the photo. Sorry. I've tried multiple browsers. Also, after editing, there's no "Save" button. John
  2. Kevin lists this as a '71-'72 trans kit. To me, the grille design looks a bit more like a '72. The non-scoop hood has complete underside detail. The chrome headlights will need lenses. I'm nothing to Missing Link except an enthusiastic customer. I'm just passing this info along. That's a '71 GTO promo in my photo. If you have questions, please e-mail Kevin directly at: kevin@missinglinkrc.com or: kawifreek@msn.com John href="https://public.fotki.com/jsharisky/model_cars_and_such/missinglinklemanstr.html"><img src="https://media.fotki.com/2v2HUrkJSxvfat.jpg" border="0"></a><a href="https://www.fotki.com" style="font-size:12px; font-family:Verdana; text-decoration:none;"
  3. I once won a factory sealed AMT '75 AMC Matador kit on eBay. No chrome tree. Oh well... John
  4. I received some Missing Link items just last week. E-mail Kevin directly at: kawifreek@msn.com John
  5. Harts Parts is top drawer as far as I'm concerned. High quality castings. Vaughn flies just a bit under the radar is all. John
  6. Replicas and Miniatures of Maryland offers many high quality resin pieces for the Ford flathead. John
  7. Your survey: If I answer "Yes" to your question #1, I cannot answer question #2 (because I don't see the ads). I get a bounce back if I leave #2 blank. Maybe I'm screwy? John
  8. I won a couple sets of Larry's Porsche Fuchs wheels on eBay. Both service and product are A OK! John
  9. Some of the MPC 1970's Dodge van kits included these covers. Sets of four do show up on eBay every once in a while. John
  10. Man, I've been looking for the SMP24 Mangusta everywhere. John
  11. Scale Equipment LTD sells excellent sets of those '68(and later) Chevy wheels. Each wheel consists of three pieces: center cap, rim and trim ring. This makes detail painting easier and more realistic. The center cap and trim ring come already chrome plated. John
  12. Scott, Take a look at the completed auctions for eBay user: finksgarage As late as May he listed a VW "high detail engine kit". John
  13. I won on eBay a sealed AMT '75 AMC Matador X. Factory seal/wrap. Opened it. No chrome tree. John
  14. The Coupe de Ville kits (red car on the box) were available in those three model years. As far as I know, the graphics on the kit boxes did not give up what model year kit was inside. John
  15. Fumi, I saw your post on the Model Car Magazine forum (see above). I was thinking that if you know where to find rare SMP24 kits, you might know where I can obtain a Hobby Design Mercedes-Benz SLR Roadster Conversion kit (photo attached). I've been looking on-line for a long time without success. I'll appreciate any information you might have. I'm in the US. Thank you! John Sharisky
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