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Here's the master of my new 67 Ford Ranchero resin transkit from Blue-Oval-ResinWorks.com This should be available in January.
That looks pretty sweet. I just checked your website and your prices look real doable. Someone was doing a 73 Ranchero. I thought it was you. I'll need a few of your products, but first I need to pick up a few Ford pick ups!
Cruising on empty, running into the sun...
Very nice looking,is that for the AMT Fairlane kit?
Yes, the donor kit would be either of the AMT '66 Ford Fairlane kits. The GTA or the 427 kit.
Ken , curiousity has the best of me here . How are you going to handle the rear of the Ranchero yet ? I looked at some photos you have on another site . They too are the same views . Will you have the pieces Pre- chromed ?
Then too, I thought the wagons and the Ranchero had a slightly longer frame . O K , meebie I'm wrong ............ Ed Shaver
See ya on the road folks
Ed, The wheelbase / frame is the same but the 1/4 panels are definitely longer. I had to add a 1/4" to both of the sides. In 1/25th scale that would be about 3" . The tail lights and bumpers will have to be chromed by the customer or sprayed with Alclad most likely. Kenny..
Actually a 1/4 inch translates into approx. 6.25 mm. About 25 mm to an inch, so 1 mm = 1" for 1/25th scale.
Far more can be accomplished by the simple prayers of good people than by all the statesmen or armies of the world---Ronald Reagan 1984
3 inches or 6 inches, either way, I still added 1/4" to the rear of the 1/4 panels to lengthen them to accommodate the ranchero bed. Oh, BTW, The master is done and I'm casting this as we speak.