Freeman Cars

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  • Location Carpinteria, California
  • Full Name Sam Freeman

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  1. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic Next up from Moebius ?   

    Where did you find that picture? my friends dad owned that car when the add was on tv. it was a lot of fun ridingĀ  in that car when i was a 4th grader. fake blower and all.
  2. Freeman Cars added a topic in General   

    Tucson AZ
    I'm going to be in Tucson AZ for the next week and wonder if there are any cool hobby shops, model car meets, cruise nights or anything else to see or do?
    Thanks,
    Sam
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  3. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic 1951 Chevy Business Coupe   


    No, but I wish I was. Realistically, I don't have enough inventory to do a show at this point. I probably won't be really up and running for another 6 months. I'd much rather make masters than cast, but sooner or later I'll have to start casting.



    That's really clean workmanship.

    Sam
  4. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic 1951 Chevy Business Coupe   

    What he said. Nice to see somebody gets it.
  5. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic 1951 Chevy Business Coupe   


    Thanks for the picture. That's actually a big help.
    Thanks,
    Sam
  6. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic 1951 Chevy Business Coupe   


    Since this about '51 Chevys, why did you post pictures of Oldsmobiles?
    What Oldsmobile calls the Club Sedan is referred to as a Fleetline in the Chevy world. I always thought that was obvious.

    First picture is of the '51 Chevy Business Coupe/Sport Coupe. Yes, a Sport Coupe has more options, a Business Coupe is a stripper.
    The bottom picture of a '51 Chevy Sedan. If you can't notice the differences, there's nothing I can do to help you.

    Somebody produces the sedan in resin. Not sure who, but my customer has one.

    Sam



  7. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic 1951 Chevy Business Coupe   

    Say what you will. Everyone's an expert. The client I'm building this for is a car collector who owns just about every example of a 1950 and 1951 Chevy built. He's satisfied this will look just like his Business coupe when finished. I'm satisfied and so are about 2 dozen other people who want one. The Sedan has a longer roof and a shorter trunk. Google the images and see for yourself.
  8. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic 1951 Chevy Business Coupe   

    I've only seen the Sedan offered. I started this job on request of a client who couldn't find a Sport coupe anywhere from anybody.
  9. Freeman Cars added a topic in Car Aftermarket / Resin   

    1951 Chevy Business Coupe
    Available soon-- 1951 Chevy Business Coupe, sometimes referred to as a Sport Coupe. For use with AMT '51 Chevy hardtop kit.



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  10. Freeman Cars added a topic in Drag Racing Models   

    1951 Merc Funnycar
    Blast from the past. I'm thinking of re-issuing this body. I'm cleaning up the master right now. Is there any interest.
    Thanks for looking,
    Sam

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  11. Freeman Cars added a topic in Car Aftermarket / Resin   

    Resin '67 Camaro hoods for Revell kit
    Just completed: Stinger and Cowl Induction hoods for Revell '67 Camaro.
    Will be available soon.
    I have to get my pressure tank back online.
    Dana Chevrolet and L88 hoods for the '67 Camaro are in the works right now.
    Thanks for looking,
    Sam




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  12. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic Resin AA/FA   

    I will do it tonight sam
  13. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic Resin AA/FA   

    All my Fuel Altered bodies are made to work on the 1980's and newer FunnyCar frames. You could modify one to work on an earlier funnycar frame but as you can see from the picture that Jesse put up, the distance between the engine and firewall and where the roll cage is located and the size of the tires; you'd have to do a bit of work to modify it to fit on an early '70's style frame.
    All the fuel altered pictured in my post use a frame that was shortened 5/8".
  14. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic Resin AA/FA   

    Here's the '23 T Fuel Altered.



    Here's a photo album of some others:

    http://s941.photobucket.com/user/carfreaks_photos/library/Resin%20Altereds
  15. Freeman Cars added a post in a topic Resin AA/FA   

    I do. I also make a '32 AA/FA, a '29 Ford, Bantam, and a Fiat. All for the modern style funny car chassis. I'll post pictures tomorrow.
    Sam