Sorry to hear of this thief & hope Karma strikes them hard...thank you for letting me know who it was, I actually was considering purchasing another item from them but will take my business else where cause of this
I don't wish to stir this anymore than it already has been, but Mr. Drake may wish to not have his address and other personal info posted on the Internet as it is in atleast the paypal link. I didnt check the other link. In todays time you can never be to careful
Best of Luck! I'm a Ford man myself although I haven't really did any Drag cars yet you never know. Some of the stuff may be able to be adapted to my NASCAR and Street builds.....I certainly have you bookmarked for my future needs!
I met a gentleman whose screen name is "Gator" over on Randy Ayers' NASCAR Model Forum who produces Vacume Formed from Polystyrene Sheet. His work comes highly recomended and look VERY nice. His prices are more then reasonable. You can look him up and contact him thru that forum.
Not sure how different working with one of these bodies is as opposed to a resin. Looking at his pictures it appears like they will be a little more clean up around the windows and wheel openings then some resin bodies I have got in past but then again his prices are better.
I havent ever had a vacumn formed body before but I figure I will place an order in the next week or so and give it a whirl. From what I understand Fred's Resin is still closed due to health issues and he is the only other I found that produce this Camaro body. Big Donkey produces wheel, old coupes and such but no bodys like this.
Anybody know of anyone still casting this Dirtcar Camaro body? A late 70-Early 80's Camaro, Want to build a few local legends cars from Smokey Mountain Speedway here in TN
I think Freds Resin did but seems like he is out of business due to health. Hs site has been closed for months with no hint of hope of opening back up...
Geoff Bodine drove #88 in 1983, Rusty Wallace in 1984.
Buddy Baker drove #88 in 1985-1988.
I dont think any of them was the Gatorade colors of your pic. Those was in the late 70's early 80's. Darrell Waltrip and Bobby Allison made those colors famous. Ricky Rudd was one of the last to drive those colors for Digard.
Hary Gant drove the Green and White #33 Skoal Bandit.