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What an unusual and great subject for a resin build! Funny, I was just looking at an old book a few days ago that I bought in 1975, “The Last Onslaught on Detroit” by Richard Langworth, a detailed history of Kaiser-Fraser. It’s a great reference, let me know if you run into questions that I can check this reference against for you. I have a soft spot for K-F, my dad drove a Henry-J to work when I was a kid and my Uncle Duke drove a Manhattan beater.

I recently purchased a resin ‘62 Ford Galaxie to  attempt an early super stock build using AMT’s ‘60 Ford Starliner as a chassis/ engine doner. I’ll be watching your build and appreciate any tips you pass on for executing a resin conversion.

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I like kits, which are not often to see. Very cool. The roof looks so strange around the windows. The proportions are looking strange too. The opening at the rear end are quite interesting and I like it, that you managed to open them! I'd never suspected, that the lower part will open like the door of a pick up truck. I think the Kaiser automobilers where strange cars.

btw: the name of the producer is "Kaiser". You wrote "kiaser" in the topic ;)

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Great subject and an amazing build. I like that you opened it up.

I would love to find one of these to build. Any info you can provide on the maker would be great.

Later-

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That looks great together. What did you use for the engine?

I was trying to bid on one last year, but it went out of my range. I'm hoping whoever is casting these will do some more.

Charlie Larkin

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