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sm32coupe.jpg (9746 bytes)Revell '32 3 window coupe. Rattle can metallic black with red interior, engine and grille. Built box stock except for Parts by Parks red wired dissy on small block Ford V8.



sm32tourer.jpg (9851 bytes)AMT Phantom '32 Vicky Tourer. Built basically box stock apart from R.H.D. conversion. Painted in Lime Gold with Aluma Pearl top coats, it features a Humbrol polished alloy modular 4.6 litre Ford Quad Cam, along with 17" and 20" Halibrand wheels.


sm32tourer2.jpg (10271 bytes) Rear view of the AMT Phantom '32 Vicky Tourer showing R.H.D dash.


smoltimerod.jpg (9451 bytes)Monogram's Lil Coffin. This is a box stock build of the 1998 re-issue. Features a polished magenta plastic body and red Parts by Parks prewired Dissy. This kit was originally issued in 1963.


smoltimet.jpg (9332 bytes)Monogram's re-issued Green Hornet, painted bright green pearl over a green plastic body. Other features include cut down parts box bucket seats, AMT '53 Stude 2 port Hilborn Injectors and scoop, hand painted whitewalls and a drilled grille. Interior is off white and pale yellow.


smcart3.jpg (9380 bytes)AMT Ala Cart. This was an old built model that was disassembled and rebuilt using parts from the last issue of the AMT '29 Roadster. Fred Cady decals. The real car featured a fuel injected Dodge Red Ram Hemi and air bag suspension. It won the Oakland Roadster Show Title in 1957 and 1958.



smcart.jpg (8709 bytes)Side on view of ALa Cart shows rake to good effect. The Ala Kart is due to be re-issued from all new tooling early 2002. Some features include parts box tyres with hand painted 50:50 gloss/flat Humbrol whitewalls, AMT parts pack chrome rims, fuse wire coil springs on front and back.


smcart2.jpg (10088 bytes)The Ala Cart is painted in Tamiya rattle can Pearl white with Fred Cady Ala Cart decals and Boyds clearcote. Special thanks to - Paul Dion, Florida USA, Jeff Whitaker, Alabama USA, Alan Barton, Perth West Australia and Bruce Cloninger and the "Gakbu" crew.


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