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I have no idea what this is? I haven’t a clue.

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Looks like a really bad Lincoln Futura from the 1950s. Is there any manufacturer's data stamped on the underside of the body?

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Richard got it. Premier 

Carving soap would prob work better. 

Their Corvair pickup and Stude pickup were pretty nice though.

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Too bad you don't have all of the customizing parts.

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Thanks guys. I had no idea and there were no steaming on the body. Least I can go searching through my parts to see if they were in there anywhere. So I might have them Stan.

 

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I tried looking for more detailed pics but couldn't find any. So I can see the front and back bumpers.

 

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9 minutes ago, ewetwo said:

So I might have them Stan.

That's Sfan. Large "S", small "F", small "A", small "N". Sfan. :D

 

 

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1 hour ago, SfanGoch said:

That's Sfan. Large "S", small "F", small "A", small "N". Sfan. :D

 

I have been wondering what is the origin of your user name Joe.

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Well. I had most of the parts. I don’t know what went on the back deck. There is a post there but I don’t think I have it. I had the bumpers in a baggie together but didn’t know what they went to.  Found the matching head light. And one side chrome piece. Still ugly.

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I don’t think the rear fins had anything in them. I didn’t see any glue residue on them.

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That may be the worst model I've ever seen. No offense to the op.

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Antenna on deck in hole most likely. Was mast with round loop 2/3 way up. Revell Futura had it. As difficult as that kit can be, it's decent.

This? Sell it as Rare!! Pro-Built!! Never Reissued!!

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29 minutes ago, peteski said:

I have been wondering what is the origin of your user name Joe.

One part of the origin tale

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That, and reading film credits for some flick, "Sfan" was some production stooge's first name  "Goch" was the surname of another.

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55 minutes ago, keyser said:

Antenna on deck in hole most likely. Was mast with round loop 2/3 way up. Revell Futura had it. As difficult as that kit can be, it's decent.

This? Sell it as Rare!! Pro-Built!! Never Reissued!!

Lee and Cl. Rare and never reissued are the word. LOL. I know I'll never find the antenna or the other side chrome piece LOL! Who would have one. 

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Actually, The more I look at it. I's starting to see where the AMC Matador came from. LOL

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2 minutes ago, ewetwo said:

Lee and Cl. Rare and never reissued are the word. LOL. I know I'll never find the antenna or the other side chrome piece LOL! Who would have one. 

Just hack off a piece of a chrome tree, wrap some wire into a loop, tape it to the top of the chrome tree piece and jam the whole megillah into the hole. Nobody will be able to tell the difference.

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1 hour ago, SfanGoch said:

One part of the origin tale

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That, and reading film credits for some flick, "Sfan" was some production stooge's first name  "Goch" was the surname of another.

That is hilarious!  Now I know!  Where did you find that ad?  It can't be too old because it asks for a ZIP code. Maybe PM me on this.  I wonder if Sfan was an abbreviation of the name Stefan?  Just like Wm means William.

Ok everybody, sorry for this OT diversion.  This really belongs in the OT forum, in the thread we have there on this subject.  Back to the topic at hand. ^_^

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It's from one of the Monty Python books.  I can't remember which one.

Back on track,  Premier has some pretty interesting subjects, like an Allard and a Kaiser-Darrin.  Too bad they made Palmer look like rivet counters.

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Here's a Premier kit that actually managed to look pretty much like the real subject: the 1907 Mack 7-ton truck.  It's in 1/32 scale and includes the barrels.

 

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