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Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by milo1303s, Mar 16, 2014.

  1. edcodesign
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    Here's a 1/8 scale I just finished, a clone of a '31 roadster built in my home town in1962, the builder told me a lot of it was built at the high school shop. Roadster-1.jpg Roadster-2.jpg
     
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    Yes there for the model thread


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  6. edcodesign
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    These are from a 1/25 Nova kit, pretty close.
     
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  7. ^^^^^ MPC used to have those wheels in some of the 1970's kits. 70 Firebird Formula comes to mind. I also do remember someone copied them in resin but I can't remember who. So the answer is yes
     
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    I have some of those, I believe they are for 1/24. The rears have rim damage, but you could graft on different bands.
    Sorry, camera got grainy on me, bad pics.
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  9. gnichols
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    Fantastic! 1/8th is my favorite scale! Gary
     
  10. gnichols
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    Not even close. You have Cragars.
     
  11. gnichols
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    Those are American 200S or Daisy Spoke wheels. They came in 4 and 5 spoke designs and were very strong / made for racing. Still in production for real cars in similar designs, but I'm no help on the model front. Sorry. Gary
     
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    [​IMG]


    This is the only kit on the market that offers daisy wheels didn’t want to buy the kit just for the wheels, thanks for the help guys


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  15. Those look like narrow copies of the racing 2 piece magnesium wheel that came in the AMT '55 Corvette kit which American Racing only made in 10" or 11" wide
     
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  16. These are original MPC 200S. The resin above look very much like these 20181015_235203.jpg
     
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  17. quick85
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    I just started a new model so I'll post these two oldies from the late '60s I just dug out.
    1/32 Monogram Ferrari 250 GTO and Porsche 904.

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    Here's one I'm working on[​IMG][​IMG]

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    looks like you have a salvage yard in the background
     
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    Yeah I kind of get carried away with how many I work on

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    Here is one of my builds.
     

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    That Ferrari is actually one of three 1964 Ferrari 250 GTO. Only one of the threehad the roof spoiler.
     
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    You're correct. I think the length of the quarter pillar on the real car threw me off, and I didn't
    consider the spoiler. I'll make the change. Thanks.
     
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    Saw this yesterday, 25 bucks. No name but looks like it could be mass produced?

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    WOW! Great detail
     
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