Those pics are great. I've got a black GT w/Red leather/Charcoal inside, and none of the 1:18 diecast models so far duplicate the Stang. On our 73 Mach 1, I found a 1:18 diecast black 73 Mach 1, and added a rear spoiler, front spoiler, and some other items to make it exactly a match to the real car.
Is the Revell 1:24? Most are, aren't they? What is the base color of the body in the box before painting? Interior? What type of color did you use? (manufacturer)
Again, well done. Any advise I would appreciate. Thanks
Try going to Microscale decals. They make decal lettering in several colors and fonts you might be able to use. I've done this in the past. You may have to make it up using individual letters, but that shouldn't be too bad.mustang_randy said:Thanks
My Mustang has the side stripe that says "Mustang" ..this one is just a black stripe but it's a close as I could get it to my car.
Russ...I bought my kit on ebay. You should be able to get it there. Here is the link for model cars on ebay. Click on that link and type in the box "Revell 2006 Mustang GT" that should work.RussV said:I searched the web...includung the Revell site and couldn't find this model. where'd you find it:?:
Found them on a Revell Kit #1934 Easykit 63 Corvette Convertable. Bought the model on line. Cost me as much as the Mustang kit cost me,just for wheels. Found a short cut though. Go on the Revell site and fill out the form for replacement parts and list the kit# and part number. The part number for the wheels is Custom Wheel Style D. You will need to paint them(they are chrome) and modify the back side to fit on the Mustang. Another hint.Cut down the struts up front and rear shocks and suspension about 1/8 inch. This will lower the car for a better factory look. Also will need to heat up the front crossbar for the spindles to lower the car as well. Be careful with the plastic.I used a soldering iron put near the plastic to make it soft. Good luck.bigplayrayr said:What kit did you get the wheels from?