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On 12/25/2018 at 10:37 AM, leafsprings said:

Corrected  359 fenders that actually roll down to the bumper!

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This would be nice to have, I agree.

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- Two-wheel-drive suspension for the MPC Fall Guy (et al.) pickup --- basically , a resin re-pop of the 1978 C-10 parts .

- 1970-1972 conversion for the AMT 1968 El Camino (including interior , and possibly a '71-'72 GMC Sprint conversion)

- Two-wheel-drive suspension for the Monogram 1980 F-100 

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On 12/11/2018 at 7:09 AM, gotnitro? said:

Since I lean towards heavy construction trucks there  was one  my bucket list and just recently filled by Jamie R owner of moluminum..the mighty Oshkosh F or P series cab. This cab makes a fantastic plow or mixer ...and is now available..heres it is 

I'll be sure to look out for this one, I've been wanting to build one of these for quite a while.

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Correct stock hubcaps for '69-'75 Chevy pickups or vans in 1/25 scale. These highly accurate 1/32 scale caps were done by Revell.

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On 3/7/2019 at 10:00 PM, leafsprings said:

Correct stock hubcaps for '69-'75 Chevy pickups or vans in 1/25 scale. These highly accurate 1/32 scale caps were done by Revell.

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Check out Scenes Unlimited, I believe Danny has what you are looking for. I have a set and they look good to me.

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4 hours ago, leafsprings said:

Thanks Tom!  Wasn't aware it existed, even has 223 straight 6. Wow!

Thanks!  Ken's a stand up guy and will deliver quickly!   He does have some neat stuff on his list. One of the unique items is the correct air cleaner assembly for tri-five Chevys with a six!  I bought the correct Ford six for 1957 as I intend to build a postal vehicle out of the new Revell '57 wagon.

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Ed Fluck molded pickup bed to go with the willys cab he made (for Revell 41 Willys gasser kit). 

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On 12/7/2018 at 2:37 PM, ranma said:

I posted about some International Pickup's . Little did I know that First Gear  went and just issued a '63 International 1100 pickup

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would love to see this one slammed & ratted!!!!!

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On ‎10‎/‎23‎/‎2018 at 8:05 PM, Muncie said:

Freightliner FLD132 Classic XL with 60" raised roof SleeperCab - for Italeri FLD kit
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I would have to agree !!

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On 10/20/2018 at 1:42 PM, ranma said:

International Pickups from 1959-1975, Travelalll's from 1960-70's Scout 1961-1970 Scout II Traveler.... IH  Non commercial products are seldom done.

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I agree about IH trucks.  I have some diecast subjects that just might get turned into resin kits.  I grew up on a farm.  The farm truck when I was a little kid was a 56 pickup.  It had 4 wheel drive with lockout hubs.  It had two gear shift levers on the floor and 3 on the tree with a straight 6 engine, it was red.  Dad traded it for a red 70 Chevy 3/4 ton truck with 4 wheel drive.

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On 10/20/2018 at 1:40 PM, leafsprings said:

 '73-'79  Ford 8' Styleside.  '59 Ford pickup front end conversion,  '67-'72  Chevy C 60, '60-'80  GMC tilt cab. White Freightliner cabover '61- '69. 

Kris Morgan makes a fantastic 73-79 Ford bed, pm him on Facebook or here. His website is Morgan Automotive Detail, but not sure if the Ford beds are on there. I'm all for the 59 Ford front end, of the 57-60 Fords it's always been my favorite.

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I think a 1991 Dodge D150 would be nice. I'd like to build a "what if" of how I wanted to build my 1:1 1991 Dodge I once owned.

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A rear fender w/ spare tire mount and notch like this for Moebius Ford step side would be neat to see.

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Yes, these caps will also come in handy for converting MPC Dodge van model to a 1 ton 300 series. Higher trim pickups and vans came with stainless caps, base models came with painted argent silver caps.

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If memory serves me, my folks first RV in the late 70s had those hubcaps on the front...it was a 21 ft Mobile Traveler Class C with a '73 Dodge Sportsman van cab. 

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