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New release from Aardvark and Modelmartin

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These are available and in stock.

Conversion to make a 1920 T Center Door sedan using AMT fenders and hood.

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This is a stock version of the 1915 Coupelet.

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How about a 32 3-window Funnycar?

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At long last - The Firebird III. We are just finishing the instruction sheet for this one. Available in a week.

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Thanks for looking. You can go to our website or find them on Ebay.

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Cool! I have my sight on that Firebird III........

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I need that one.

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Glad to see the Firebird III finally (almost) available! You know I've been wanting that one! The 1915 Coupelet intrigues me as well. Do you have a photo of a real car or builtup of one I could take a look at?

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No Problemo, Billy!

Stocker

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Street rod. Stock version is identical except for having stock fenders. The street rod version has slight tubs on the inside.

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Thanks. :)

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Neato! Where would I get wheels, tires and suspension for the stock one?

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I need that one.

I just ordered that one. Man that is an awesome looking kit

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Where are the Duesenbergs and Bugattis? Ettore

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