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What is the one (1) station wagon you'd like to see kitted?

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What is it?

Scott

That would be a M35 Nissan Stagea AR-X FOUR, produced from 2004-2007

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PMC offered the Country Sedan wagon in 59 and many were sold as Toys that never warped.

I know, I have 3, and a Deluxe Promo. One of my toy issues was cast and offered by

Bob Swartz at Model Cars & Parts Resin MANY years ago.

I do not believe he is still active.

But, The 59 Ford wagon Has been offered by other resin castors, so IS out there.

As for the 63 Nova/Chevy2 being re-issued in 2n1 version.

That one we Might be able to say NEVER and get away with. AMT butchered that kit into

the "Bossa-Nova" Mid-Engine Dragster last seen through Model King.

On to which ONE I would like to see..............................................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Too hard to pick.

I am Trying to do the 59 EDSEL Villager myself (Two actually 1 styrene & 1 Resin)

so can wait on that. {Why did AMT Not have another Edsel planned for their new-tooled

58 Pacer??!!!!!}

Of the MoPar listed, the 67-71 Satellites were used by LAPD for Shift Command/Supervisors

(Remember Sgt. MacDonald driving them on Adam-12)

Don't forget the 72/3 Matador either!!!!!!

I would love the Vista Cruiser. [ANY]

Though a 70 0r 72 first as They were used at Indy those years.

The 72 was an out right H/O!!!!! 2 were at least, for the Track Doctors!!!!!

Even if the Factory did not offer the G/P, 442, etc trim parts, That did not preclude a

dealer or better, an Owner from replacing original parts with them at some point!!!!!!

The 65 Tempest/Le Mans Safari I am working on will have the GTO badges & trim.

(That is IF I can ever get Back to it and finish the build/Bash!!!!!)

Sorry for the Long absence. The Good DELL I was using Crashed and took the Wireless adapter

with it.

I have a "new' HP with built in Wireless, But have to take it (TOWER/Monitor/etc Not laptop) to the Library

for internet!!!!!

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Bob Swartz at Model Cars & Parts Resin MANY years ago.

I do not believe he is still active.

Wow! Haven't heard that one in a long while. I got some of my first resin from him back in the late 1980s. I got a '59 Buick that I've got in my unfinished project hoard and I believe a 1952 Ford. Resin was sooo prehistoric then!

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Here's an odd one for. I don't if qualifies more as a mini-van than a station wagon. But, it's cool none the less. It's a Brubaker Box. It was build in the 70's on Volkswagen Beetle chassis.

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By the way, it's a lot smaller than it looks.

Scott

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