Last seen: May 28, 2023
Nice work, Curtis. What did you use for the wood body? Mine was scratch built from basswood, balsa wood and some wood veneer.
An extra one of these made a great donor model for a woody conversion.
That Oldsmobile by Western is really hard to find. Few must have been made. But am always hoping someone will do one of these, also a 1941 Oldsmobil...
Ever the modifier, over the years I did a number of things with 1964 full size Chevrolets.
@chris Sorry, no Chrysler hardtop, but this Imperial will have to do.
Since the Westerns are near impossible to find, and very dear, you can get these items now as Arena kits in resin. They are Panamerican race cars a ...
My next choice in Chevrolets would be a 1965 Caprice. First year of this long running name. This color with black vinyl top was typical.
An excellently styled VW, disappointing it was not marketed in the USA.
And here is my effort using an IXO 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon.
Nice, What did you use for the fender ornaments?
+2 but I am really hoping for some 1959-60 Larks
And for Hollywood car collectors there is a 1972 movie damaged one from Greenlight. No wheel covers, cracked windscreen and speckled blue paint from ...
Common on late 40s Mopars as I recall.
Here's shots of a year earlier pair with black walls and trim rings for comparison.