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Paul Hettick

1966 Country Squire in resin. First photos

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Here's the first casting. An artist is currently doing the wood grain decals. they will be peel and stick. Still no release date or price point as of yet. Working on getting protection for my work and that will add to the cost of the kit.

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That is some impressive work.

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I remember those side facing rear seats well from Dad's '68 Country Sedan.

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2 hours ago, PARTSMARTY said:

That i so so cool !!!

Xs 2..!  I love it..!  I am a 60s wagon nut..!

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Sweet.    Put the back bumper in the dirt, two big truck tubes tied to the roof, and about 15 kids in it,, and it will look like us kids using dads wagon to go to the beach,,,those were the days..     We called it the land yacht

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Looks great. I am in for at least 1 kit when you get to the country sedan!

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Very nice Paul. First year of station wagon dual tail-gate?

 

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Hi Paul... will you have a website when these come available or how will you be selling your products? Thanks! Very Nice work as always!

 

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Thanks very much everyone. Yes 66 was the first year of the dual action tailgate. Pretty nice piece of engineering! I plan on having a website with direct ordering. Am going to try to keep kits in stock so there is no long wait for shipment, that may or may not be practical, just have to see how things work out.

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That's real sharp, Paul.  I'd like to see a '68 Vista Cruiser as your next wagon!

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That is gorgeous Paul, is it 1/24 or 1/25? Just curious. Thanks.

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On 1/30/2018 at 10:49 AM, Paul Hettick said:

 Working on getting protection for my work and that will add to the cost of the kit.

Understandable. How will you be able to protect the woork? It seems to be the bane of every resin caster out there.

And what kit would provide the engine  / chassis?

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Wow.  Took my breath away.  Good job on the casting.   Outstanding. 

Kind of off topic;  this is a breath of fresh air compared to reading all the bad comments on the Nascar 442 Olds in another thread. 

What kind of time frame will  we see the wagon kit released?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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