Fury

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does anybody make a 70-71 plymouth fury in resin?

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None. If one becomes available, I will buy one or two!

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I want to say I remember seeing a built one sell on Ebay maybe 2 years ago. It was a resin kit but no idea whos ?

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Do you have a number, address or website for airtrax?

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Do you have a number, address or website for airtrax?

raurata@yahoo.com

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Niko, is that Juha Airio's outfit? If HE mastered it it's spot on! What did it cost you? it looks GREAT just from the pics you posted!

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Casey, Is that his E-mail addy? Does he have a website addy?

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I believe R&R has done a full size Mopar from that time. Don't know exactly which model it is though & don't know if he is still casting it.

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R&R's is a full size Chrysler 300. It's a nice curbside kit. I have it. the resin is a bit thick under the hood area so it would take a bit to open it, it'sa BIG model. Nikko's Fury looks like a FULL detail kit.

Edited by george 53

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That's a Chrysler 300 too, the AirTrax body. I don't know the differences between Fury and 300, but it really looks close to me. I don't know who has Mastered it, but it really looks good to my eye. I paid 5 euros from mine, but it was only the body without bumbers etc. and it was damaged on a mold. Well, it looked good enough for me, so I bought it. Anyways I have to buy the hood, bumbers and grille for it in some point.

But the quality is great.

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That's a Chrysler 300 too, the AirTrax body. I don't know the differences between Fury and 300, but it really looks close to me.

The roof would be the same between the '69-71 300 and Fury, but that's about it. The rest of the body panels, interior, and wheelbase would be different.

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Oh, then it might not help. :o

Well, if the subject is interesting, it's worth buying anyway. Very nice body.

Edited by W-409

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ive seen a 69 think it was 1/32 or 1/48 diecast police car nice detail

would like to find it in 1/25 scale :)

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'69 Fury in 25th scale, I could go for one. Already have one in 1 scale.

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Nick,

any '69-'71 Would suffice for me, just need a Nice C body Plymouth in scale.

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