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Halibrand Quick Change

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Any of you guys out there know which kit(s) might have a Halibrand quick change rear end, for early Ford axles, as part of the components? There's got to be a handful, but it's been a while since I've built a kit with one. 

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The Red Baron and the Double Dragster kits are a couple.

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AMT Double T

 AMT Double Dragster

 Tom Daniels Pie Wagon

 Tom Daniels Paddy Wagon

 Revell Orange Crate

...there are more, but those are the ones that immediately come to mind!

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The monogram 31 Ford model A

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Cale, I'm pretty sure the Revell/Monogram '31 sedan doesn't have a quickchange. 

It does have good early axle housings that will fit on the QC center section from the Orange Crate, Double Dragster, etc. 

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36 minutes ago, Spex84 said:

Cale, I'm pretty sure the Revell/Monogram '31 sedan doesn't have a quickchange. 

It does have good early axle housings that will fit on the QC center section from the Orange Crate, Double Dragster, etc. 

Correct.

And in this thread, I go into some detail doing just exactly that, as well as fabbing a new rear crossmember for Revell's '32 frames that will let you hang a buggy-sprung rear end.

 

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The Mickey Thompson Challenger kit has 4 quick changes, and the Tony Nancy 22Jr set has a couple of very nice quick changes.

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Thanks all of you who responded. It would appear that most of the suggestions are of older kits. Hopefully, I'll rustle up a few. My project just won't allow anything other than a quick change. Looking forward to finally starting it and posting my progress.

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Replicas and Miniatures of Maryland has a very nicely done (all of Norm's offerings are top notch) QC in resin.... -RRR

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