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    Rex Turner

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  1. I downloaded two back issues last night. Well worth the price and you get the content immediately. ๐Ÿ‘
  2. Fantastic build with all the extra detail and authenticity. ๐Ÿ‘
  3. Nice contrast with the black and gold interior. Many moons ago when I built this kit I scraped any notion of using decals and painted the stripes. What I did not know at the time was how they were not straight as many assumed but got narrower in the front and back. Of course 1/24 of an inch isnโ€™t much when you scale it down but you can clearly see the difference on the front.
  4. Looks like a few are still open but they has closed most of the stores.
  5. Very nice job on a kit that is tricky to paint with all the scoops and angles. ๐Ÿ‘
  6. Very nice conversion which is not easy to do get the trunk area correct.
  7. Yes, and to qualify the Boss 429 engine for racing use Ford put them in the Mustang despite having the 428 engines that made better for everyday use. If a customer wanted a/c or an automatic the Boss 429 was not going home with them.
  8. Matrix 1/43 GT40 MKIII from Italy via Ebay.
  9. Was the Dodge truck ever done from Lone Wolf McCade. Asking for Chuck and he does not take no for answer. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
  10. Very cool retro look. There were many Shelbyโ€™s drag raced in the 60โ€™s by lesser known names.
  11. The bad guys would have a hard time outrunning the Sheriff with the Boss 429 in this Galaxie.
  12. Gerry Chevalier on Facebook.
  13. Very nice build, Are those the kit decals or Indycals? I started on one of these and of course had to fill in the rear deck scoop openings that Revell did not bother to point out were not on the Daytona Mark IIs. I cannot remember if Fujumi later fixed that and the location of the fuel filler cap (left side) and included a wider radiator outlet splitter.
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