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59 resin ranchero

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a new one..its a repop of the all american resin kit.with arts permission.

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Looks good....

when will it be available and how much $$?

Didn't see it on your web site....

 

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Hmmm.....looks interesting! I wonder how well that would kitbash with Revell's '57 Ford wagon chassis? ^_^

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i tried the revell 57. but it needs a lot of cutting to make it fit. i used the chassis art supplied because it was easier, and i wanted to keep as much of arts parts as i  could.

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Good to see this one return - you see resin wagons all the time but not the Ranchero. Does it have a vacuform windshield? (And if so would you sell it separately? I could probably use three.) 

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On 11/25/2017 at 11:37 AM, High octane said:

I'm not sure, but Jimmy Flintstone may have a '59 Ranchero body for sale also.

Someone else is selling one on Ebay, but I'd far sooner pay a few dollars more for quality thank you. Jeff's products are top notch.. with resin, you usually get what you pay for - I have learned that. He has the reputation and that goes a long ways when compared to buying something from a stranger whose work you have never examined closely.

Jeff - you really need to do a '67 Ranchero next - the Fairlane 500 model. That would almost assuredly be well received and with the '66 Fairlane may well supply the chassis and mechanics. I am not sure if the wheel base of the wagon?Ranchero are close.. but it's a thought.

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