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  1. Looks to be another awesome, and well researched, build. Love the quality, and preciseness, of all the detail in your builds, Dann. Will definitely be following this one, as the Aventador Miura homage is one of my favorite new Lamborghinis. Cheers
  2. Hi, what kit is this Audi? My grandfather recently passed away, and I'd love to build this model car for my mother as this was the car my grandfather drove until is dying day. Thank you for response!
  3. Thank you for all the info, guys! My Fujimi kit arrived today, from Japan, and indeed it is the same as the Revell kit. I checked the sprues count by comparing my kit with pictures of the Revell kit that I found online. It is a great kit, and I can't wait to build it!! Cheers, fellas!
  4. I was recently wanting to purchase this kit, but was on the fence between the Fujimi and the Revell kit. Does any one have any experience with either kit? Cheers!!
  5. Thanks for the info, and that's a great looking 427 you've got there!
  6. Yay, I found some Goodyear white wall tires!
  7. I thought so too, but if you take a closer look at picture 7 of 12 on the Mecum link I posted, you will clearly see a single intake manifold, that appears to be a cobra hi-riser. I like the intake manifold on this kit: http://modelkitreviews.proboards.com/thread/102/24-monogram-shelby-cobra-427 As it appears to be the right height.
  8. Agreed, very nicely detailed and would work wonderfully, but again it has a dual intake. I'm satisfied with the amount of detail the Revell Parts Pak comes with, but the intake is all wrong as it's dual.
  9. I'll be one of the first ones to pick up the photo etch set if it ever comes out! Thanks for the response
  10. Fantastic! Thank you for the info. I have some Plamoz wheels for my 68' but I'll have to order another set for my Super Snake, I found a seller on Ebay that has Goodyear white wall tires that would work wonderfully, but they're asking $30 bucks! Insanity. Also emailed Keith, so hopefully I'll have an awesome set of his decals soon. As to the intake, the Monogram cobra 427 still doesn't look quite right. I may have to use the intake I have and build it up with some putty. Thanks for the replies!
  11. Hello, all. My name is Arturo, and I'm relatively new to the forum. I'm a Ford Mustang guy, and am currently building a 1968 Shelby Cobra GT500 by AMT in 1/25 scale. The progress is slow, as I want to add in as much detail as possible, and the AMT kit is mediocre at best, but I can't help but think about my next build. I'm looking to replicate this car as closely as possible, down to every last detail: https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0513-154080/1967-shelby-gt500-super-snake/ I have an AMT 1967 Shelby GT350 that I plan to use the body and parts for this build, but I'm havin
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