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    Pick a car. Just ONE.

    That hasn't been made in 1/32 or a a classic you cannot get anymore.

    What would that ONE car be you would like to see tooled up?
    -Harry


  • #2
    Um well not sure why but how bout a 70 Cutlass
    there are many second choices but that would be at the top of my list

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    • Fathead59
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      4424ever , I am with you , but I would like to see the '67 Cutlass made up

  • #3
    1997 Pontiac WS6

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    • #4
      Since I've been thinking Legend cars recently, what about a '40 Ford Coupe?

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      I'd be delighted if someone mocked up something like this as a 3D printed body you could get from Shapeways or if it was a resin body, as long as it was made to fit on the standard Pioneer Legend chassis. Or, Jules might see this and decide another body style would sell as good as the '34 Ford and '37 Chevy.

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      • 4424ever
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        Slothead if you’re going that route there would have to be a Willy’s in that group

    • #5
      Any of the 90's cars that ran in the scca trans am serie, Camaro, Mustang Corvette and Oldsmobile.

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      • PetesLightKits
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        Audi 90 Quattro (I know they were '88 & '89 but close enough).

    • #6
      I would like to see a good, inexpensive version of the Maserati Tipo 61 ("Birdcage"). The ones that have been made are either lousy models or horrendously expensive. I have a file set up for my 3D printer, but (I know, this sounds ridiculous given current events) I haven't had time to work on it!

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      • Lindy
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        Stumbly - I agree. I have an Anni Mini long tail and an AnySlot short tail (both expensive) and an inexpensive one made from a not-very-detailed resin body.

    • #7
      '65 notch back/coupe Mustang … after all it was the biggest player that started the 'pony wars' … and if it looked just like this that'd be OK too.

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      • Wobble
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        Yep … I know and I've converted one into a notchback but it is tiresome work and it'd be so much easier to buy one already notched for us.

      • waaytoomuchintothis
        waaytoomuchintothis commented
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        That's my car. It is even the color, Midnight Metallic Blue. Why is it that all the cars I regret selling are Fords, pre-1970?

      • Kevan
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        Is there much difference to a Pioneer '67 Mustang?

    • #8
      Porsche 944
      Why doesn't my car run like that?

      Scott

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      • #9
        My first car .....1969 Karmen Ghia

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        • waaytoomuchintothis
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          Well, here it is.

        • Fathead59
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          Hey Way , maybe it is time to get that car up and running

        • JerzeyGuy
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          I love it !!! ........looks to be in pretty decent shape.

      • #10
        Not being too involved in 1/32 except for this forum, I may not know all that is and is not available. I'm always surprised that there isn't a Lotus 38 Like Clark and Big Al ran at Indy. Particularly the 65 winner. Also a nice Watson roadster that can replicate 50-70 different liveries. I know Osterero made some of this stuff, but at over $200 apiece that's a whole different level than most of us are at.

        I'd take the 67 AJ Foyt Coyote Ford also.

        Stuff like this

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        • Lindy
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          They're not inexpensive, but I have a Lotus 38 (Dan Gurney) and a 1960 Watson Offy (Lloyd Ruby) made by Ostorero in Torino, Italy.

      • #11
        A 1970 Pontiac Tempest t37
        the olds cutlass would be a nice choice too.

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        • 4424ever
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          Excellent choice I had a 71 with a small block
          Fun Fun Fun

      • #12
        Toyota 7

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        Scott.....War Eagle River......Tampa, Florida, USA

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        • #13
          1958 Ferrari 250 TR/58 (Le Mans winner) - It's the one gap in my LeMans collection for which I've never identified a 1:32 car or kit


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          • #14
            I would like to see a 64 Falcon
            Robert- Connecticut, USA. Shoreline Raceways Club.

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            • #15
              An affordable load of Watson's like mattb suggested, but with a reasonable motor, not that over-achieving FF.

              Lots of nice suggestions, guys.
              "I can't drive a stolen car!"
              "It's the same principle; four gears forward, one reverse."

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