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Richstang:

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This should be CSX3176 also at SAAC 33.

SunDude:
This one is CSX3123:


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This is a scratch-built replica by Jeff Gagnon using a body by Hi-Tech Automotive (the Arizona company):


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This is another scratch-built replica by Kim McCartney using NOS body panels from Radford Coachbuilding


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This is an ERA 289:


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A-Snake:

--- Quote from: SunDude on August 29, 2019, 03:26:56 PM ---

This is another scratch-built replica by Kim McCartney using NOS body panels from Radford Coachbuilding


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How do you use "NOS body panels" that didn't come from the original manufacturer? ;)

acman63:
Guess they have a different definition of NOS than we do

SunDude:

--- Quote from: A-Snake on August 29, 2019, 03:43:15 PM ---How do you use "NOS body panels" that didn't come from the original manufacturer? ;)

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You can ask Kim next convention, as he seems to make nearly all of them. I met him at SAAC-37 and this is the story he told me.

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