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G'day, nice work on this one, but I was wondering if you could tell me what brand was this , as I had a '68 4 dr pillarless Impala and would so love to get my shrivelled old claws on one to build in the colour of my old car. Thanking you in advance.

 

Kind regards,

Michael Pederick,

Perth, Western Australia.

(aka Roadkill)

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This is a kit bash.   I started with the Supernatural 1967 Impala, and a 1968 Resin Impala hardtop that I've had sitting around.  I used the grills & bumpers from the 68 kit to the 1967 kit.  I also did some modifications to the 1967 body to make it into the 68 four door sedan.   I'm sure that at some point, I'm going to finally get around to building that resin 68 and wish that I still had the parts that I used from it.

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I like this. My parents had a '68 impala but it was a 2 door but still close to what you've built.

I like figures but don't recognize these. Where did you get them? Thanks.

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On 4/25/2021 at 6:29 PM, Kodiak Island Modeler said:

This is a kit bash.   I started with the Supernatural 1967 Impala, and a 1968 Resin Impala hardtop that I've had sitting around.  I used the grills & bumpers from the 68 kit to the 1967 kit.  I also did some modifications to the 1967 body to make it into the 68 four door sedan.   I'm sure that at some point, I'm going to finally get around to building that resin 68 and wish that I still had the parts that I used from it.

You did a beautiful job, fantastic. 

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1 hour ago, John1955 said:

You did a beautiful job, fantastic. 

I think that the mail is from Campus Friends.  The female came from a company in Japan or possibly China.  Somebody told me that the line of figures that she came from can now be found on the ebay.

 

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Very cool!  My first thought when seeing the '67 was that someone would create a 68 or 69 4 door from that body!   I need a 69 sedan to replicate a car my buddy once owned during an important summer when I got out of high school!   

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