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a resin Dodge Bighorn in one of our scales?

You don't wanna know why I wanna know. :D

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I believe Illini Replicas had one. I don't know when I last saw one, maybe Ebay. Okay, so why do you want to know? Good luck John!

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I think MTFACO had one, so you might check with AITM

http://www.aitruckmodels.com/

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I think MTFACO had one, so you might check with AITM

http://www.aitruckmodels.com/

Maybe they had one but they're not offering it now.

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I believe Illini Replicas had one. I don't know when I last saw one, maybe Ebay. Okay, so why do you want to know? Good luck John!

If I told ya, I'd have to kill ya. :lol:

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Actually, I have one. It was made by a resin caster from the southwest United States that filled very few of his orders. He dropped out ouf site back in the 1980s. The cab is thick resin mixed with flour. PRETTY BAD! If the bugs don't eat it, I still hope to build it someday.

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John,

Sorry about the bad info. For some reason, I thought Illini did a Dodge Bighorn. Don't kill me! :oops:

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Illini DID make a Big Horn. I have one. Cab, hood, bumper, grille, interior, dash, handles, nameplates, lights, ornament. Very nice. Unfortunately the mold went bad when he was casting mine (3 years ago) and I don't think he ever remade the mold.

Tim

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RMR has a 1970's Dodge Bighorn listed.

I don't have his email handy but I'll try and dg it up if someone else doesn't post it first.

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