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Looking for models of cars I have owned

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Looking for any or all of the following:

1978 Camaro Z/28, no T-top

1969 Volkswagon bug

2002-2005 Retro Thunderbird.

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I am building my '69 Bug and had to use a number of of kits and scratch building to do it right. But you can now do one using the two new Revell Beatles ... I'm debating starting over. The hardtop is a European version of the '68 Beetle but doesn't have any of the American pieces, like the bumpers. The '70 Cabriolet has all those American pieces for a '69. The real problem is that Revell molded the tail light shrouds with the body. You would have to do some major bodywork to fix that.

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Looking for any or all of the following:

1969 Volkswagon bug

 

 

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Maisto-Testors did a metal kit  of the '02 Tbird  in 1/25. There are unpainted and painted versions available. No plastic kits to my knowledge.

The Z-28 is gonna be hard. MPC did a '78 then released it the next year as a '79.So the may have been year specific changes. These might be a little hard to find/pricey.

The Monogram '79 is a common kit, but you'll have to fill the t-tops.

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Revell did a snap kit of the T-Bird.

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I've seen the 78 Z/28 on Ebay, but man, they want a lot of money for them.

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