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  1. Tommy, check with Ron Andrews of RNR resins. I got one off him recently.
  2. THAT is EXACTLY what they're doing.
  3. Colby, I used the bucket seat out of a Revell 32nd scale Ferrari, I think it was a snap tite kit molded in red. It looked pretty good in the back seat of my 67 Impala SS.
  4. Rico, I have ordered your GTX grille already, and was VERY pleased with it. Is the rear grille ready yet? if so, then can I order it from you at the same place I got the grille from? Your detail work is amazing! Thanks!!!!
  5. Check out Missing Link. They have one. I know, caz I cast 'em for him!
  6. Check out Bandit Resins. They have a 70 GTX that'll fit your needs. Just sand off the GTX from it's flanks am there ya go, a RoadRunner! I got one and it's BEAUTIFULLY done!
  7. Thank you all for the kind words about GT KustomKrome. Yes I was given the business by Bob Dahl. I changed the name to GT KustomKrome so Bob wouldn't be bothered about it. The prices Bob had are still in effect, so nothing has really changed from when he owned it, other than the address. I can plate resin, styrene plastic and so far they've all come out great. I've only had trouble with the weird plastic string used in 3D printing. But, I'm working on that now too. So far I've been able to have GREAT results and a great relationship with my customers. I hope, if you decide to try my services, you'll be happy too. Contact me at tihggh01@hotmail.com if your interested. Much thanks in advance, George 53.
  8. Larry, how would I go about getting one of the Grand Ams? How much are they, and where do I get one?
  9. So What's the question? Almost ALL of todays resin casters use pressure pots for casting. It insures that no bubbles are left in the finished product. It's a sign of a professional caster. Do you buy resin products very often? Missing Link, Motor City Resin Casters, M.A.D products all use pressure pots when casting, as do MOST of the other major casters do. The days of slush casting are WAY over!!!!
  10. Custom made Photo etch stuff can be very expensive . You'd need to have a BUNCH of stuff made to make it worth the cost. A lot of PE designers won't make a design unless you order a couple dozen pieces. I hope you can find one who'll do it for a reasonable price.
  11. Check with Ron Andrews of RMR resin. He has the Can-Am.
  12. How does one go about getting one? Any info would be very appericiated. Thanks.
  13. Scale Models by Chris(Paul Plum) USED to make them. I used to cast them for him. You MIGHT try asking Jeff Ballard of Motor City Resin casters, as he acquired most of Paul Plum's AWB molds after Paul passed away. He still has them.
  14. I did the casting on the last Cords that Missing Link produced. The molds belonged to a friend of Kevin's and returned back to him at the end of the run. I did cast a sedan, and convertable for myself before we gave them back. Kevin would remember the gentlemans name I believe, BUT since these were a private run for him personally, I highly doubt that there would be any for sale. They came out very nice, if I say so myself.
  15. Check with Kris Morgan at M>A>D> He has quite an assortment of Automatic an manual Transmissions. REAL nice stuff too.
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