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I'm currently thinking of a few models....I'll be casting soon when masters are ready

'67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88

'68 Mercury Cougar GT-E

'68 Chevy Bel Air

'69 Plymouth Belvedere

'70 Buick Estate Wagon

'72 Chevy Biscayne

'73 Ford LTD Brougham

'74 Mercury Cougar XR7

'78 Ford LTD II

'79 Ford thunderbird

'79 Oldsmobile Cutlass

'85 Ford Mustang GT and LX notchback

'90 Chevy Caprice

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Of your list, the ones I'd buy are the '68 Cougar and the '68 Bel Air.

Here's some others I'd buy:

'64-'65 Buick Skylark/Special

'64 Olds Cutlass/F-85/4-4-2 (Someone did a resin--I had one and it was awful. I ended up trading it off.)

'69 Firebird (The old MPC has lots of problems--would like a new body based on Revell '69 Camaro.)

Corrected, accurate bodies for the AMT '65 GTO and MPC '67 GTO would be cool.

'67 El Camino

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I'm currently thinking of a few models....I'll be casting soon when masters are ready

'67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88 Especially if it's got the 'Apprehender' option !

'68 Mercury Cougar GTE Nice !

'68 Chevy Bel Air

'69 Plymouth Belvedere 2 door with Road Runner option , or a 4 door sedan ? Either way , YES !

'70 Buick Estate Wagon

'72 Chevy Biscayne

'73 Ford LTD Brougham

'74 Mercury Cougar XR7

'78 Ford LTD II

'79 Ford thunderbird

'79 Oldsmobile Cutlass Absolutely ! We are sorely lacking in A/G bodies !

'85 Ford Mustang GT and LX notchback Love it ! Convertible , too ?

'90 Chevy Caprice With the coveted 9C1 Package ?

My 'requests' :

1971-1972 El Camino and GMC Sprint

1972-1974 Charger

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5.0man, on 18 Sept 2014 - 05:26 AM, said:5.0man, on 18 Sept 2014 - 05:26 AM, said:

I'm currently thinking of a few models....I'll be casting soon when masters are ready

'67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88

'68 Mercury Cougar GTE

'68 Chevy Bel Air

'69 Plymouth Belvedere

'70 Buick Estate Wagon

'72 Chevy Biscayne

'73 Ford LTD Brougham

'74 Mercury Cougar XR7

'78 Ford LTD II

'79 Ford Thunderbird

'79 Oldsmobile Cutlass

'85 Ford Mustang GT and LX notchback

'90 Chevy Caprice

If the prices were in line and affordable, there are more than a few there that would interest me! Of special interest are the Olds Delmont, Cougar ( with conversion to a 67 6.5 Liter ), 68 Bel Air ( police car? taxi?? mmmmmm.. )69 Belvedere ( as stated with Road Runner option ), '70 Buick wagon, and the 73 LTD. Someone really needs to do the following:

'59 Chevy Brookwood 4 door wagon - a Nomad would suffice

'59 and '60 Chevrolet four door sedan ( police car?? taxi?? )

'65 Dodge Monaco hardtop

'67 Dodge Monaco hardtop

'67 Dodge Polara convertible

'66 Chrysler New Yorker H.T. convertible and wagon

'65 and '66 Dodge Polara convertible

the Hawaii Five 0 '68 Mercury Park lane 4 door hardtop

late '80's Ford Crown Victoria ( police car?? taxi?? )

1965 Ford F100 long, wide box

"Supernatural" '67 Impala four door hardtop

'67 Ranchero w/the deluxe Fairlane 500 side trim

'70 Impala ( NOT the Impala Custom roof )

'70 Caprice hardtop and wagon

'70 Dodge Monaco

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85 Mustang GT & Coupe for sure!

I'd prefer 1/24 to match the earlier Revell stuff , but I won't complain.

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50's and 60's Mopars that have not been kitted before or in a long time. Some 30's and 40's Mopars would be cool as well.

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I would buy the 68 and 72 Big Chevys.

Also, I would get a 79 TBird. When Revell releases the Starsky and Hutch Torino, you will have all the interior chassis parts.

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Any fox mustang stuff would be awesome, great idea for the 85 gt and notch. Not to start an argument, but these need to be done in 1/25 scale, the latest revell 90 mustang kit is WAY nicer and more realistic than the ol' 1/24 scale 93 cobra ever was, and would be a way nicer donor kit for the new 85 bodies.

Also a 2003-04 mustang cobra coupe would be sweet. The master would be relatively easy to do, it could be a modified revell 99 cobra, also in 1/25 scale.

Thanks in the future if any of these come to life.

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Long shot but I'de like a 73-77 Vista Cruiser or 4 door Cutlass. 73 being the optimum year for me. Or a 1973 SS Malibu wagon. A 1977 Pontiac Can Am. Maybe a 77-79 Pontiac Catalina or Bonneville.

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Thought of another one I'd buy: '63-'65 Chevy II 2-door SEDAN (not hardtop) body. Most of the early funny Deuces were built on the sedan body.

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Definitely interested in cougars and 60s-70s full size cars like the Olds 88 and LTD.

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1976 T/A transkit for Monogram 1978 T/A

1970-1981 Formula and Esprit transkits for Monogram 1970 T/A

1982-1992 Firebird flat hood for Monogram 3rd Gens

1977 and 1977-1991 Fleetwood Brougham transkit for the Custom Cadillac 1980 coupe

1971-1972 transkit for Monogram 1970 Chevelle

1972 Torino GT

Long bed transkit for Monogram 1977 GMC

SW transkit for Mpc 1978 Pacer

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Hummm, 1/25 scale Kits........ 1966-74 CanAm Cars and Chaparral 2's including the K.

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85 Mustang GT & Coupe for sure!

I'd prefer 1/24 to match the earlier Revell stuff , but I won't complain.

I may consider 1/24....but 1/25 is primary focus

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I would buy the 68 and 72 Big Chevys.

Also, I would get a 79 TBird. When Revell releases the Starsky and Hutch Torino, you will have all the interior chassis parts.

Correct 70's Torino had same chassis as 77-79 Thunderbird and Cougars

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The '68 Bel Air would be of interest to me if it were a tudor or a wagon.

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I'd do a '69 Biscayne. There was a COPO 427 option that I've always wanted to build.

Do you have a COPO number on that? It would probably be 955X or 956X. I've never heard of a COPO '69 Biscayne. I believe the 427 was available in the '69 Biscayne as RPO (Regular Production Order), just check the box when ordering, no big deal. B)

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'72 Volvo 145

'51 Plymouth (not the '49 already done)

'15 BMW X1

/'08 Infiniti G37 Coupe

ehhe ... someone has to get all these American ulgys off the table :lol: (I know ... put one American car there .. not all are ugly)

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'67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88...........yes please, a 4 door hardtop

'68 Mercury Cougar GT-E

'68 Chevy Bel Air............4 door sedan

'69 Plymouth Belvedere...............wagon or sedan

'70 Buick Estate Wagon...............yes, yes, yes

'72 Chevy Biscayne...........yep, especially a sedan or wagon

'73 Ford LTD Brougham.............Oh yeah, again, sedan or wagon

'74 Mercury Cougar XR7..........possibly, but too similar to the '73

'78 Ford LTD II.............sedan or wagon

'79 Ford thunderbird............yes, yes, yes

'79 Oldsmobile Cutlass...............one of those oddball slant back ones

'85 Ford Mustang GT and LX notchback

'90 Chevy Caprice...........make it a '77 two door with the cool rear window

Just my ideas on your list. There are many more I'd like to see as well. Thanks for a great list

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I'm currently thinking of a few models....I'll be casting soon when masters are ready

'67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88

'68 Mercury Cougar GT-E

'68 Chevy Bel Air

'69 Plymouth Belvedere

'70 Buick Estate Wagon

'72 Chevy Biscayne

'73 Ford LTD Brougham

'74 Mercury Cougar XR7

'78 Ford LTD II

'79 Ford thunderbird

'79 Oldsmobile Cutlass

'85 Ford Mustang GT and LX notchback

'90 Chevy Caprice

YES PLEASE FOR 85 MUSTANG NOTCH!!!!!!!!!! :wub:

A Mustang II Notchback would be cool as well................ B)

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'67 Oldsmobile Delmont 88...........yes please, a 4 door hardtop

'68 Mercury Cougar GT-E

'68 Chevy Bel Air............4 door sedan

'69 Plymouth Belvedere...............wagon or sedan

'70 Buick Estate Wagon...............yes, yes, yes

'72 Chevy Biscayne...........yep, especially a sedan or wagon

'73 Ford LTD Brougham.............Oh yeah, again, sedan or wagon

'74 Mercury Cougar XR7..........possibly, but too similar to the '73

'78 Ford LTD II.............sedan or wagon

'79 Ford thunderbird............yes, yes, yes

'79 Oldsmobile Cutlass...............one of those oddball slant back ones

'85 Ford Mustang GT and LX notchback

'90 Chevy Caprice...........make it a '77 two door with the cool rear window

Just my ideas on your list. There are many more I'd like to see as well. Thanks for a great list

The '74 Cougar front end is similar to '73.....but body style is completely different.

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