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  1. Thanks Pete! I'll give it a try. My favorite liquor store caters to smokers. I'll try there. John
  2. I don't want there to be a misunderstanding: that's not my build. John
  3. First of a two-part article on a 1960 Edsel Villager 4-Door Station Wagon Conversion ...sort of buried on edsel.com. Link to part two is at the bottom of the page. John
  4. ...and accurate. Also called "poverty caps" or "buttons". I've been thinking about these for a long while. Except for the AMT (also SMP?) kit annual '58 or '60 wheel covers, we haven't had in-the-day accurate wheel choices for our Edsel projects. I mean, as the 1:1's really were. Rico has some finely detailed items in his Shapeways store. He posts here. Some e-mail back and forth. Some photos back and forth. Finally some 3D file images exchanged. Now they're in his Shapeways store. I've purchased three racks. Eight hub caps on each rack. I purchased the more expensive "Smoothes
  5. Sold an AMT '68 annual last week. At the end of 7-days, page views were 500+. About double the views my items usually receive. John
  6. It's a '70 or '71. If it had the optional high-back front seats, that would peg it as a '71. John
  7. I've watched a few episodes. I don't understand why they photograph and post the cars for sale before the cars are rehabbed. John
  8. I purchased some wheel sets from: Canuck 3D I'm very pleased. The Monza wheels are meant for a long planned Vega GT. Offered are '74 and '75 trans-kits for the Revell '77 Chevy Monte Carlo. A 1973 trans kit is in the works. I have no connection to Wylde other than being a satisfied customer. Thanks for looking! John
  9. Mike did some wonderful custom license plates for me last June. I corresponded with him using this address: info@bestmodelcarparts.com John
  10. I concur. These are nice, accurate sets. John
  11. I've purchased from Norm (via eBay) earlier. Excellent quality and service! Buy with confidence. The day before yesterday I purchased the '60 and 61 Imperial tail lights. John
  12. I ordered one of Kris' Pinto wagon kits (he offers two) on Sept. 14th, '20. Received it late Nov. (can't find the exact date). Kris informed me of a delay in having the parts chrome plated. I thought I'd post these photos to illustrate the excellent quality of his castings. I already have MAD's two '57 Fords and the Mustang II. Well worth all kinds of waiting for. John
  13. I toured there as a senior in high school. They were assembling the newly downsized 1978 Oldsmobile and Buick A-bodies (as this brochure shows). Later, my (new) ‘83 Chevy Celebrity was assembled there. John
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