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<_< I was looking at the photo,s on 1320 Wayne website and saw a pro stock,s fairmount resin body. Dos,e anyone know

if it has come out yet.

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After seeing your question I went ahead and sent an email off to the person who created the body to check on it's availability. I am currently waiting on a response. I will let you know what the answer is.

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Here are some updated pics. of the body in question. According to my source this body is nearing the casting stage. Once this happens then it should be ready for purchase if that's what this person intends to do. I'm not sure. I will keep anyone that is interested updated with what I know.

Fairmont_Model_1030_Level_99-vi.jpg

Fairmont_Model_400_MedHi_99-vi.jpg

Fairmont_Model_1200_Level_99-vi.jpg

Fairmont_Model_600_Level_99-vi.jpg

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Want,s wayen for the update, could you have the builder e-mail me. B)

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Talk about a pent up demand!.......I have always thought that the first resin caster to come out with a fairmont wont be able to make enough of them. Not just for the obvious pro stocks, but some of the coolest pro street cars I ever saw were Fairmonts......a 460 fits right in!

I know I would want a few examples,

Raisin

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:D I know the Builder!!! He also has a High port Cleveland in the works too!!!! It is going to be sweet!!!!!!!!!!! Makes AMT's 351 look like Dung!!!!!!!! I hope it gets here soon. I have asked for a couple myself. I can't wait!!!! :):)

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I hope Ididn't step on anyones toes with my reply. If I did I'm sorry. I just get excided everytime I see this car LOL

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Hmmm...that looks promising...I wonder if it's 1:24th or 1:25th (i.e. whether to use Revell or MPC Fox Mustang innards).

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