Customs: Looking for a 60ish old bettle model kit

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  1. Biofan813

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    Im looking for a 60ish (63 if posible) car model kit that will work for a classics BB reshell.
    Im working with a RTS deulx bb right now and i need a bettle shell of the project.
    Please let me know if you can help.
    thanks
     
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    I've got a VW Beetle kit, but I'm not certain of the style. It IS Classics scale - 1/32.
     
  3. Biofan813

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  4. rumsawatti

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    I have one, but its just a body and not from a kit, its like an old toddlers toy or something, so not high quality lol
     
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    Found it! New condition. Packaging doesn't indicate the year - only the model or engine size - "1200". Let me know
     
  7. Shin-Gouki

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    The 1200 is from 1954 to 1965. The 62 I am turning to a 1:1 Bumblebee would have a 1200cc Engine stock, I have a 1776cc with lots of aftermarket go fast goodies.

    The Box Art makes it look like a 65-66, the instructions are crudely drawn but look to be 62-64 based.
     
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    Well, the kit I have is perfect for a G1 Bumblebee project, but it appears you're not interested.
    Let me know if I'm wrong.
     
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    I got very backed up in school and work and had to put the project on hiatus. thanks for the quick replys though.
     

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