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    I know this is an older thread but I found a site that has some 3D Studebakers on them. Not cheap but looks good. Yeah, they got the year wrong.

    https://hum3d.com/3d-models/studebak...-1963/#360view

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    How about the "Miss Deal"funny car model. It's a coupe, molded in purple, 1/25 scale. Under hood details match the AMT hardtop kits, although it's by Revel. It looks like you could build a nice stock coupe using the Revel body and AMT parts.
    http://www.jalopyjournal.com/?p=18742
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    The Miss Deal body has had the wheelbase altered. You couls use the top and graf onto a 53 body. It wouls be aasier to by the resin body shown above.
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    Have an interest in Toy Studebakers? Contact me for details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary1953 View Post
    Have you tried the 1941 Plymouth kit? I used the motor from that kit in the 1950 Studebaker Convertible kit I built several years ago.
    I was going to suggest this one also. AMT made the '41 Plymouth kit.

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    I've now got both 1/24 and 1/32 54 Conestoga's.

    The 24'th bodies are resin. Turned into slot cars. One a drag racer, one a road car.
    The 32'nd bodies are 3D modeled. These are REALLY nicely done. I have two, both will be slot cars, both road cars.

    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Van Veghten View Post
    I've now got both 1/24 and 1/32 54 Conestoga's.


    The 32'nd bodies and 3D modeled. These are REALLY nicely done. I have two, both will be slot cars, both road cars.

    Mike
    Where did you find the 1/32 Conestoga? Thanks!

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    B.Daytona -

    A guy on one of the slot car sites.
    I'll see if I can find him again and ask if he's into doing more.
    Send me a P.M. to remind me.

    Mike

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    just an FYI, to get a car built in cad-cam. all I would have needed was 4 pictures, both end and both sides, of a car, it wound up being over $400 dollars just for the file, the hang up came in getting a 3-D printer with good enough detail, in my price range, it would have been what I considered way too much money too produce. Thanks for the interest and all.
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