another new one from Missing Link 1970 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

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I hope you all like it! shoot me an email if you need, kawifreek@msn.com

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Hi Kevin,

did you correct the trunk? I think the annuals have wrong (for convertibles) trunk engraving. But I'm not sure.

Thanks for doing this one, the original "bat"-mobile is out of financial range for me...

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Nice....I'll have to find out how much you want for one.

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I think I might get one of those also.How much?

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Hey , this is nice . Contact Kevin with a PM here or direct . He cannot answer this here . That would be Free Advertising . The Magazine cannot do that . Do you work for free ? Don't expect Model Cars Mag to do so if you won't . Thanx ..

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where's the keys ?- thanx

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I had the MPC "Vampire Machine" annual, so I too like this one.

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I had the MPC "Vampire Machine" annual, so I too like this one.

I have one of those also...alas, mine is a complete glue bomb I found at an antique store in Glendale, AZ a few years ago.

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My was a bit of a Glue bomb too. I glued the Spider web hubcaps over top the stock ones!!

Wish I could find more of the parts from it though!!

I would like to try to restore it!!

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Nice.

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Received mine this morning. Sweet piece. Impossible to tell from the original kits white styrene.

John

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Thanks guys!

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