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Jalopy How-To Questions & Comments
Topic Started: Jun 6 2010, 02:38 PM (592 Views)
ronr
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If you have any questions just ask and I`ll try to answer them. Any input is cool :)))
RON ROYSTON
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ricky12
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you got my attention rlr I might just have to try one of this style
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What current kit has the best parts to begin one of these builds? I would like to start with a good chassis if i can.
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Any of the 3 Revell `32 kits is a good start. The sedan has part of the flathead conversion parts needed. This kit and a Revell `40 coupe combined would build a nice jalopy. You could use the complete drive train out of the 40 including the engine.
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