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Hi again guys. It feels like ages since my last post. I have to admit that 2012 started a bit late for me. This one is a 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 from revell. The color is tamiya metallic black and tamiya mica silver for the stripes. I actually
Does anybody know how much it costs to get your gold refined ?. Is there a maximum amount you can send through the mail ?. Where is the best place to get it refined ?. (my guess would be the mint.) cheers koeh
here is the revells Foose's 68 firebird. Which is revells 68 firebird kit with just some Foose decals. The kit sits way too high so with some work ive got it low as i can without the undercarraige touching the ground. removed all the emblems from the kit
Refining those concentrates. Finding the gold I would say this is the most important subject for the newish wet water prospector? Done right you will reap the benefits, done wrong, your filling our drains with Gold! I've seen first hand how people
I want to put some nice chrome style rims and possibly some low profile tires on my 69 firebird. what size rim and tire can I use that won't rub the front or back fenders on bumps or turning corners. I've had some wheels & tires on it that rubbe
I traded my Mustang for a 79 firebird. I like the body style better. These are my favorite cars. I asked dad if I could trade for a Trans Am. We looked for a long time. Everything we looked at was junk. Then we found this.