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Posted March 3
Does anyone have the complete 340 engine from the Monogram '70 Challenger T/A?
I have lots to trade.
Posted February 20
The '65 Plymouth Golden Commandos altered wheelbase Plymouth from Moebius comes with the hump that needs to be added to the transmission tunnel if you are making a 4 speed car. I can use one for another project if someone is building an automatic equipped car, (like the Golden Commandos). I have lots to trade.
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Posted February 15
I am looking to trade the Moebius Hemi automatic from the Golden Commando '65 Plymouth for a Hemi 4 speed from the Moebius Melrose Missile or California Flash '65 Plymouths. Can anyone help?
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Posted February 9
Edited February 9 by RT6PK
This '55 Chevy was primed with Tamiya Surface Primer, painted with Testors Model Master Custom Lacquer base/clear paint, then cleared with Testors Extreme Lacquer Wet Look Clear. The paint/primer seems very brittle and doesn't seem to have stuck to the plastic very well. While gently trying to scrape the paint from where the head light bezels will get glued in, bigger chips of paint/primer just flaked right off. Does anyone have any opinion as to why this happened? Is it a compatibility issue with Tamiya primer and Testors paint? The body was sanded with 600 grit, and washed with soap and water prior to primer.
in WIP: Model Cars
Posted February 1
Going for the early '60's mild custom look. Shaved hood, door handles, and deck lid, Olds hub caps, and a small block with three deuces. Now begins the sanding and polishing.
in Car Kit News & Reviews
Posted January 13, 2019
I got one. Pm if interested.
Posted October 23, 2018
Infinitely better quality than the actual car that it was based on. I had one. It was easy to work on, which was nice, because it always needed worked on.
Posted December 12, 2017
1964 originally. Reissued a few times after that.
Posted September 7, 2017
Go Big or go home !
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Posted June 1, 2017
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Posted May 14, 2017
I am looking for a set of Weld Pro Star wheels in 1 /24 scale. The wheels from the '90's Mustang Drag Car look great, however they are a little too small for the car that they are going on, (Revell '71 GTX). Can anyone tell me if anyone has made these wheels in 1/24 scale?
Casey, thanks for the Datsuns.
Posted May 9, 2017
Right back at cha Impalow / Eric.
thanks for the Mustang
Posted May 7, 2017
Edited May 7, 2017 by RT6PK
My biggest issue is that the whloe interior is wrong. The real Sox & Martin car wasn't even a GTX. It was an RO23 Hemi Belvedere.
Posted April 25, 2017
Edited April 26, 2017 by RT6PK
Bill, I am going to have to beg to differ with you. I am no expert, however the '70 Coronet R/T / Superbee has been my #1 favorite car since I saw my first one at the age of ten or so. I own a 1 of 97 '70 Coronet R/T Six Pack - Four Speed - Dana car. I have examined countless examples of these cars for years and talked to more enthusiasts of these cars that I can count. I have seen several cars with the red grill trim, (although they are rare). I remember a particular rusted out piece of junk '70 Coronet 500 in my neighborhood as early as 1980 or so. This car was a tired old daily driver/beater. Not a restoration. It definitely had the red trim. I remember how sweet I thought it looked against the B5 blue paint. The consensus among '70 Coronet guys is that some cars had it, and some cars didn't; and it has nothing to do with the car having a Hemi, or being a Coronet 500, R/T, or Super Bee. It was probably an earlier production thing that got changed once production got under way; but they definitely made them and put them on cars, (albeit not many). The same goes for the center section of the bumper. All were chrome, but some had a stamped cover over the chrome that was painted body color. Again, it was a random thing that was not model specific. Regarding the Hemi convertible in this thread... usually when guys restore a car of that caliber, they make sure that ALL of the details are correct.
Posted April 6, 2017
Wow, it took a show that ended like 20 years ago to make this thread interesting..... "but are you still master of your domain?"
YOU were supposed to tie the knot. "BEAT IT, DUDE!"
YOU were supposed to tie the knot.
"BEAT IT, DUDE!"
Posted February 17, 2017
I actuaully have two of them that I am thinking of throwing on Ebay, pocketing the money, and waiting for Revell to re-release it. But then with my luck I will spend the money, and they wont re-release the kit.... Kind of like years ago when AMT announced that they were going to re-issue the '69 Coronet R/T. I had two nice builers of the original MPC version. I sold them on Ebay for about $100.00 each; and waited for the re-issue to build. As we all know, the re-issue never came.
Posted February 15, 2017
Thanks for all of the feedback guys. I will get some pics of the car this weekend and post them.
This is the first model that I built right out of the box without having to change or modify anything in many many years. Revell really nailed it with this one.
Nice! Your father must be pleased. Would you have a picture of his car?
His car is about 2 months from being finished (hopefully only 2 months).
Posted February 15, 2017
Edited February 15, 2017 by RT6PK
My dad's birthday is this Sunday. For his present, I replicated his 1:1 hot rod. It's the Revell '30 Coupe. '40 Ford Standard hubcaps with a hopped up flathead from the '40 Ford custom. Banjo rear end from the parts box. Everything else was pretty much out of the box. It was almost as if Revell had his car in mind when they designed the kit, (except for the aforementioned mods). Happy 71st Dad.
Posted February 10, 2017
Edited February 13, 2017 by RT6PK
I had an '85 Shelby Charger. I remember the car was pretty crude and unrefined. The car was however easy to work on... which was good... because it always needed worked on.