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5.0man

What cars interest you in resin 1/25

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Here are some that i would like to see in resin

1970 plymouth fury gt

1974 pontiac ventura / gto

1972 mercury montego gt

plymouth volare wagon

1971 buick centurion

thats about it for now !!!

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'78 Cadillac Seville would be good too...

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'22 Duesenberg 

'42 DeSoto ('42 anything really, how cool would a '42 Olds be?? Or a '42 conversion kit for the Galaxie LTD chevs?)

'54 Skylark

'61 DeSoto 

'65-'75 ANY full size Mopar 4 door sedan, be it Imperial, New Yorker, Fury, Polara, Monaco, Newport, whatever, I'd be keen on any of em

'73 GTO

'73 Buick Gran Sport

'76 Charger Daytona

'77 Grand Prix SJ

'78 Magnum GT

'79-'85 Cadillac ElDorado and/or slant back Seville

'81-'83 Imperial

1980's Dodge Diplomat police car

'91-'96 Buick Park Avenue (And honestly, they made 50 million of these things, I'm not the only one out there who LOVED those cars, can't believe no one kitted one!)

'00's Crown Vic police car

That pretty much covers the entire spectrum and needless to say, I've owned most of these in real life, so I'd buy any/all of these if they were kitted in styrene or resin. I know, I know, I will go on back to dreaming

 

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73 GTO is done

76 Grand Prix Hurst is done

73 Gran Sport is in the works

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GP with bumpers 2.jpg

GP resin interior done.jpg

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73 GTO is done

76 Grand Prix Hurst is done

73 Gran Sport is in the works

73 gto parts.jpg

GP with bumpers 2.jpg

GP resin interior done.jpg

I was wondering how you made out on the '73 GTO. What's the best donor kit?

How do I go about getting one of your GTOs, Larry?

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Hi,

It can be 1/24 or 1/25 but the Lancia Stratos Zero would be sooo killer.

I can get a CG model of it but feel it would cost a fortune to print via Shapeways.

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I do the kits to order so an email to me will work. Larry

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I do the kits to order so an email to me will work. Larry

What's your email?

 

-Dwayne

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1938 Buick 4 door

1938 Packard 4 door

50 Dodge 4 door

48 Desoto 4 door

49 Plymouth 3 window coupe

49 Cadillac 4 door

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I have a lot of resin kits in my collection to go with my styrene kits, and may add a few more to it as finances will allow. I have seen some out there with proportion and resin quality issues that I will not ever touch. I have been burnt before buying bad resin castings, and I am not going to be again.  Recently, I picked up some of Air Trax' offerings, And I am very happy with them. I have a Motor City '67 Galaxie on the way, and some parts. I missed a few of the Modelhaus offerings since they closed up shop. But as of now, I am not looking for any more kits, as I have much more than I can ever build in a lifetime..

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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

All of these are interesting to me... Particularly the 1990 Chevy Caprice and Mopars...!  

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On 9/18/2014 at 8:46 AM, 1972coronet said:

 

My 'requests' :

 

1971-1972 El Camino and GMC Sprint

 

1972-1974 Charger

I’d like to add to that, 1968 Mustang Coupe, and a 1978 Mustang 2, to replicate my dads car.

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6 hours ago, ThatMustangGuy said:

I’d like to add to that, 1968 Mustang Coupe, and a 1978 Mustang 2, to replicate my dads car.

Both MPC and AMT (at one time separate entities) produced Mustang II "annuals" . The MPC variant ,in my opinion , is the better of the two . 

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The cars that interest me in resin are the resin kits and bodies I have in my stash and hope to build someday. Sure wish that I would get started on some of them. Sigh.

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Did the 79 Cutlass ever get made? I would love to have one or three. I really want to turn one into a replica of my 80 Cutlass. It would only need the header, front bumper and tail lights modified. And mone of that would be too difficult.

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On 8/22/2018 at 10:39 PM, 1972coronet said:

Both MPC and AMT (at one time separate entities) produced Mustang II "annuals" . The MPC variant ,in my opinion , is the better of the two . 

Alright, thanks for that, I’m trying to replicate his build

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On 9/18/2014 at 5:59 PM, Snake45 said:

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.

Snake45 ; WCW ofers a '65 Chevy Stripped Sedan conversion .. Thanx 

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On 9/18/2014 at 5:59 PM, Snake45 said:

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.

Snake45 ; WCW offers a '65 Chevy Stripped Sedan conversion .. Thanx 

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