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  1. The AMT '67 Chevelle has a nice set of headers, so does the Revell '67 Pro Street. The AMT set has what looks like SuperTrapps on the ends, but I just cut them away, cleaned up the ends and drilled them out.
  2. Looks like it held up pretty well for 37 years! Nice job! The Daytona body looks good as a Pro Street car.
  3. Very cool little models, your restos look great! A little trivia: LineMar Toys were Marx toys manufactured in Japan to reduce costs, I believe.
  4. A LaSalle transmission in 1/25 would be great! That complete 1/16 Olds engine is really cool also!
  5. Wow! Outstanding! Super paint,! Chassis and engine are fantastic! Stellar model!
  6. I don't know, but the other part I forgot about is "cloned". Maybe that is how those parts are being added. FWIW, There is an awb chassis in the Tempest, Nova, Mustang, Falcon and Cyclone, which are all recent reissues.
  7. Looks great! Your builds are always very inspiring! The stance is perfect and the swapped parts are dead on! I am not a fan of T-buckets either, but this one is definitely cool!
  8. Given the info we have in front of us, the fact that the subject has supposedly been mentioned and we will "freak out" (perhaps a reference to a street freak or awb type kit) I would say it is "the Streaker" AWB Olds kit. This makes sense given the fact that the majority of parts are already available with the reissue of the 442 and convertible '64 kits. My second guess would be the '65 Chevelle AWB, which would be super awesome. Either one would be great in my book, but I would really love to have the Chevelle again. I foolishly sold mine in the early days of ebay and they are very pricey now.
  9. Well, you are in luck! At least as far as the funny cars are concerned.....Atlantis is reissuing them. I see the Camaro, Charger, Duster and Mustang are available for preorder on ebay now. The Vega, Pinto, Gremlin and Mustang II are supposed to be coming in the near future. It would be cool to see the Streeto Vandito, Vanana Split and the emergency versions of those available again too!
  10. So it has the AG body now? I guess I didn't need to buy the resin one then, lol.
  11. Great job! Those MPC kits are finicky........
  12. Yeah, I saw that HPI Guy had similar issues in his build video, supposedly they are correcting the problems for the second run. Anyway, yours looks very good despite your trouble!
  13. Well, it looks great! It sounds like you had problems building it by your comments?
  14. Outstanding model and photography, love your color choices!
  15. Super job! The combination of smart choices and a perfect stance make this model what it is! Love everything about it!
  16. Great job on your Fairlane Cobra! Love the color and mods you did! The grille is really cool.
  17. The sedan delivery had mags that were very similar to Pontiac Rally II wheels. The ones on the box art shown for the new kit are from the '39 Coupe, so they must have switched them into the delivery kit.
  18. Yes! Those wheels and tires look great! Perfect choice.
  19. FWIW, I have used the 3×2 intake from the AMT '58 Impala on small block engines and it works with minimal modification. It looks pretty close too. I used carbs from a Revell parts pack.
  20. Nice work! Would love to see all the Monogram classics reissued.
  21. I could help you with the Corvette valve covers and intake, but I will not be able to get to my model parts until closer to the end of August. I am guessing you want to have the car done by then.
  22. larman


    Great job! I really like the under hood details and engine.
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