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  1. From Toledo's toy show yesterday. Now to find the parts needed to finish the two resin Chevy '71 Impala/ '73 Caprice. The Edsel wagon cost me only $20.00, and is a very nicely built resin model.
  2. Yes they are LARGE as the red Corvette is sitting on a box top that is covering a Ertl 1/16 Peterbilt truck.
  3. Well I actually bought these two on Sunday at the Farm toy show here in Van Wert Ohio. Nice 1/8 Monogram Corvette's
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    AMT '66 Mustang

    Needed : one stock front bumper for a AMT '66 Ford Mustang.
  5. Just one question has the Mack hood made of fiberglass or aluminum when they were built 1:1
  6. Dave, It was great to meet you in Ft.Wayne, and To see your display of what Bill's dad gave to you as well. Hope to see you next year there.
  7. Actually you could start the work by converting a '94 Impala which would be closer to the car in the photo. Only the Impala was rear wheel drive , and the Pontiac was FWD...
  8. I'm looking for a complete fuel tank for a Peterbilt 359, and a fifth wheel carrier for the same truck
  9. That's good if they do then maybe I can build it as the 1970-1972 IH Unistar
  10. Yes I got extremely lucky. On August 4, I bought a built 4070 that came with it's box, Instruction sheet, and Tech data sheet for $10.00 Then not even a week later I bought the second Transtar 4070 A for $20. Partially built, and The Transtar II $45.00 was factory sealed. The 4070 box is rough but has both the instructions, and data sheet as well.
  11. Yes these rather go for over $100. 00 on Ebay! But I actually got lucky when I bought both of them, and I paid $20. for the 4070a then $45.00 for the Transtar II
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