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71-73 Mustang models
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A very good reference guide for plastic models

http://www.xs4all.nl/~robdebie/models/mustang.htm

http://home.online.no/~janekz/a/71-73%20Mustangs.htm
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#2
Good Links! One of these days, I'm gonna try to do a model Mustang!

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(09-16-2010, 05:35 AM)rocketfoot Wrote: Good Links! One of these days, I'm gonna try to do a model Mustang!

You mean like this?


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#4
Now that is one sweet looking mini-Mach!

I'll take a look at the links, but I doubt there'll be a convertible available. Undecided

If you hear of one, let me know.

Doc

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(09-16-2010, 11:08 PM)73vertproject Wrote: Now that is one sweet looking mini-Mach!

I'll take a look at the links, but I doubt there'll be a convertible available. Undecided

If you hear of one, let me know.

Doc

Nope - you have to make your own custom convertible out of a fastback kit. It could look something like this.


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#6
vamach1, You do good work! I've never been able to find a convert model either!



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#7
That's half the fun I have with building models - making them turn out exactly how I want them to. Sometimes that means a little cutting and pasting here and there - as well as a little kit-bashing never hurt anything either (when you swipe some cool parts out of one kit to put on another to get a certain look).

Nice job vamach1! Those are some awesome-looking models.

Eric

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(09-17-2010, 07:19 PM)Mister 4x4 Wrote: That's half the fun I have with building models - making them turn out exactly how I want them to. Sometimes that means a little cutting and pasting here and there - as well as a little kit-bashing never hurt anything either (when you swipe some cool parts out of one kit to put on another to get a certain look).

Nice job vamach1! Those are some awesome-looking models.

I actually did not build that sprint convertible model. It is on my list to do since I do own the real thing.

Rex
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#9
Here are my 1/64 diecast 71-73 Mustangs

(09-18-2010, 12:15 PM)vamach1 Wrote:
(09-17-2010, 07:19 PM)Mister 4x4 Wrote: That's half the fun I have with building models - making them turn out exactly how I want them to. Sometimes that means a little cutting and pasting here and there - as well as a little kit-bashing never hurt anything either (when you swipe some cool parts out of one kit to put on another to get a certain look).

Nice job vamach1! Those are some awesome-looking models.

I actually did not build that sprint convertible model. It is on my list to do since I do own the real thing.

Rex


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vamach1;2727 Wrote:Here are my 1/64 diecast 71-73 Mustangs
WOW!! That is so cool, how long did it take you to build a collection like that?
(09-18-2010, 12:15 PM)vamach1 Wrote:
(09-17-2010, 07:19 PM)Mister 4x4 Wrote: That's half the fun I have with building models - making them turn out exactly how I want them to. Sometimes that means a little cutting and pasting here and there - as well as a little kit-bashing never hurt anything either (when you swipe some cool parts out of one kit to put on another to get a certain look).

Nice job vamach1! Those are some awesome-looking models.

I actually did not build that sprint convertible model. It is on my list to do since I do own the real thing.

Rex


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