WOW! I really wish you would give me an education on muscle cars as I obviously know nothing about them, so please do tell! Please make me look like a fool, just keep going and let me know when you are done. And glad to know the 20 going on 21 means you know all. I am over twice your age so I guess I knew it all and have now forgotten it all so please reeducate my feeble little mind......
How do you know how much horsepower an engine will put our just by looking at the outside? And I would really like to know how you can tell how much horsepower a model of an engine would put out! LOL I think this is the dumbest thing I have ever read on the internet! LOL!!! What are you 12????
Looks great! I guess that is the 378 kit with the 377 sleeper on it? Hey I own www.truckmodeler.com be sure and send in some pics of your work and we will get them posted on there for everyone to see! Keep it up! Jim
Riversedge is still up and running strong, and they are the place to get the rear fenders, here is the web addy: http://riversedgeresins.com Like Jim B. said, just use c chanel to stretch your frame, that is how I do all of mine and the hood, I have scratchbuilt several, and I have used resin ones, that is up to you, just depends on if you want to go the cheap way or the easy way. If you need any more inspiration check out my website www.truckmodeler.com. Jim
Hey David, that truck is actually covered in Stainless steel, it was built by Phil Langevin and was called the S.S. Liner, it was done for the Big Rig Buildoff, he has since done a pete extended hood also, it is beautiful also. His company is called Vally Custom Trucks, really nice folks and some beautiful trucks! As far as pics, you might try www.hankstruckpictures.com Hope this helps, Jim
Hey Kevin, I thought you might b interested, in knowing I own general number 53 AND roscoes car number 53, thats right both cars are number 53, I am working on getting the 71 roadrunner that Daisy drove in the first season bought now and one of her jeeps that was used later in the series for my wife to drive. Jim