Re: Modelhause Impala
- Ari<br><br>Not to worry, I just went into my
Scale Auto Library, and pulled out the issue - January
1999 - Number 119. I also have a flatbed scanner
attached to my puter. If anyone needs the article e-mail
me at swduffy@... and I will scan the
article.<br><br>As I suspected the car represents a 1995 model car,
but is not unlike my 1982 Impala. I miss my old
impala, cause GM did it right when they built the car.
<br><br>I have this kit downstairs, and plan to build it
some time in the future. The car I plan to build
represents a car a drove a few years ago. This car was also
done up as a unmarked police car, with the black wall
oversized tires (This car did not like the stock 205's but
loved the 225') I also took chrome trim off of this
car. I also replaced the hubcaps with dog dish hub
caps (I still have those some where)<br><br>This car
was even in a local car show as a cop car look a
like. (It was a overcast day and they where desperate
for vehicles at that point in the day, so in the show
she went).<br><br>forgive my rambling, talking about
this kit brings back many memory's of my own flying
- To set the record straight before any confusion...
10-8 Hobbies' ESU body is__NOT__Fred's Custom Models' ESU body.
Rob, 10-8's owner, made__his own__custom and accurate ESU body (not a
FCM recast, addition, or modification). 10-8's is (of course) newer
So remember, FCM's and 10-8's ESU bodies are two separate bodies, not
the same one or an alteration of FCM's.
I forgot to mention this important fact.