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Missing link's new 1968 Ford LTD near complete just finish with the AMT 1969 Galaxie!

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Pillared and pillarless now....

Kevin, you're going to spoil- and bankrupt me!

But with your quality, it's well worth it.

Charlie Larkin

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It's very nice..got mine a few months ago...going to use a 428 from a '66 Galaxie w/ Modelhaus '70 LTD hubcaps and whitewall tires. It will go nicely w/ my ML '71 Galaxie and '78 LTD, and Modelhaus '72 Custom and LTD. Love the big Fords of that era...

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Is there a 2 door version planned?

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I am with Fat Beian... looking for a 2 door... I think someone does a 72 2-door but I haven't found it yet...

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A 2 door would be great, seeing what original ones go for.

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I am with Fat Beian... looking for a 2 door... I think someone does a 72 2-door but I haven't found it yet...

The Modelhaus makes a very nice '72 LTD Brougham 2dr.

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I was hoping for the 68, with a 2 door I could replicate my dads first car.

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R&R casts a resin version of the AMT '68 XL 2dr fastback annual IIRC...no one has done a '68 LTD formal roof 2dr yet that I know of...

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n B) ot yet......

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The original XL fastback was one of the very few AMT kits of that era that had a poorly proportioned body. It's fairly bad, that new 4door is a big improvement.

-MJS

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