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john sharisky

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  1. Dodge Monaco to Plymouth Fury parts?

    His reason why is on his YouTube page here. Too bad. He offered some killer AMC pieces. John
  2. Laser Stripes for 73' Dodge Charger

    *Very* interesting! Thanks for posting this. John
  3. Pontiac five spoke rally II wheels.

    My preference is for the Scale Equipment LTD wheels also. Rick's set with the separate (already chromed) trim rings have a more correct depth that the MPC wheels never had. John
  4. Air Trax

    Contact Tapani Rauramo at: raurata@yahoo.com There are no decals included in the Cordoba/300 kit. John
  5. 71-2 Pontiac Ventura question

    I have one and it's very nice. I prefer it over one from Time Machine Resin that I've had for a while. Any variance between the two (there might be others) will only be in the castings as these are straight re-pops of styrene kit parts. Jeff at Firebird Designs is offering Ventura II "Sprint" decals from his on-line store HERE and also on eBay. For Rally II wheels, I always like to plug Rick at Scale Equipment LTD for their two-piece white resin wheels with separate, already chromed, trim rings. John
  6. Any resin kits based of Moebius Chryslers?

    I've purchased two of the 300C prototypes(shown above), one '56 Imperial and one '56 New Yorker coupe. I received the two prototypes first. I liked what I saw. Based on that I then purchased the two others. John
  7. The Javelin & Other AMC Muscle Cars

    I have both the Hornet 360 and '70 AMX from Missing Link Resin. (also not for sale) John
  8. t.m.resin

    Oh, I did finally receive the SE kit. One e-mail or a simple handwritten "Thank You" note with the kit would have left a much different impression. John
  9. t.m.resin

    He kept me waiting nearly two years for the '73 Dodge Charger SE kit purchased from his website. I have verification that he did same to a friend of mine. John
  10. Another recaster alert! Page resins this time.

    This "Page" guy ("Pedro"?) was set up at the last Detroit-area show (I don't live there - there was a partial photo of his table on the Spotlight Board). I found his e-mail address but he did not respond to me. His Facebook page is not public. He must be trying for "Business Man of the Year". John
  11. Great news for Duesenberg fans

    It'll be easy to find listed under eBay's "Completed Auctions". John
  12. 1955 Crown Victoria Wire Wheels

    Your photo shows replicas of the '63 Ford Thunderbird Sports Roadster wheels (not covers). These wheels now seem ubiquitous on (over)restored late '50's and early '60's Ford products. Your Mom sounds like a real hepcat for owning such a fancy Crown Vic! I'll bet that she had these cool Ford accessory wheel covers: (I took this photo) Unfortunately, The Modelhaus offered REALLY nice castings of these wheel covers. John
  13. Another ambiguous engine-Cadillac this time

    MUCH better is the engine cast by Ken Kitchen: http://public.fotki.com/KenK/kitchen_table_resin_kits/cadillac-500-engine/
  14. Missing Link 70-71 cyclones

    ...and Keith Marks offers VERY nice decal sets for both 1970 and 1971 Mercury Cyclones: Keith Marks Mercury Cyclone Fotki page. John