YES, I have one. Its VERY WELL cast and its pretty near a complete kit! You add an engine, tires and color! Itsa nice kit, represents its style very well and there's only ONE place ta get one! Missing Link!!!!
After 50 years of doin this, its ONLY PLASTIC! If your starting out, it can be a problem to get it right, but if ya stay with it, you'll improve. If you DON'T, let it go, modeling ISN'T for EVERYBODY! That's why they have die cast. If you ENJOY workin with plastic, stick with it, you'll get better, I PROMISE! Just do YOUR thing, don't worry bout the other guy and ENJOY yourself. Itsa HOBBY, NOT a calling!
Do ANY of you guys REALLY cast? I use talcum powder an most of my open faced molds AND 2 piece molds. I've NEVER had any problem with it, I use Smooth On 300 thru 305 and its NEVER left ANY impressions. I use a spray release on the OLDER more tired molds but I STILL powder them with NO problems. What resin /Mold making products are you using? Been workin with Smooth On for over 5 months now with NO problems at all.
Clio? your a bit North of us here in the Deeetroy area. BUT, IF you EVER get down around Dearborn, On the THIRD FRIDAY of EVERY MONTH, PLEASE feel free to stop into the DISC on Ford Rd,(after 7 pm.)
and look us up! we're the Downriver Model Car Club, we're over 80 strong, and we have a BLAST! This is your open invite!
I have it, its a Missing Link kit and if you NEVER have purchased one you'll LOVE IT! Its molded on a plastic like RESIN, so if your useing a donor kit, MARK the parts on the inside so you DON'T mix them up! Glue won't have ANY affect on the resin. BNuy the kit and ENJOY it with GUSTO, I have at least 7 missing link kits and they PEREFCT!!!