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1966-1977 Ford Bronco 1/24 Resin model body

Post by Sr.Irie » Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:12 pm

4 sale a 1/25 scale 66-77 ford bronco full top resin body. which includes body, grille, front and rear bumpers, dash and a steering wheel. I am selling them for $60.00 shipped
PM me for payment instructions !!!SOLD OUT!!!

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Post by Sr.Irie » Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:28 pm

:alien:
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Dana 20,Reverse cut 60 detroit locker 5.13's
spooled dana 70 5.13's and 35 cromo as far as the eye can see
home grown lift on 42's

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Post by Sr.Irie » Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:24 am

:alien:
Beat to rat s#*t 72 bronco with 5.0 HO,NP435
Dana 20,Reverse cut 60 detroit locker 5.13's
spooled dana 70 5.13's and 35 cromo as far as the eye can see
home grown lift on 42's

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Post by Tom Dummer » Sat Dec 31, 2011 10:35 am

http://afxnscaleresin.150m.com/images/S ... hassis.jpg

This is the one I want, hell I'd like 2 or 3 if its like your full cab as well, but for as many pieces as there are, I can't see spending that much only to have to pull parts together for the rest.
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Post by maui » Sat Dec 31, 2011 10:42 am

The link does not work

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Post by Tom Dummer » Sat Dec 31, 2011 12:27 pm

hmm. does here.
try this one then search the bodies...
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Post by Sr.Irie » Sat Dec 31, 2011 12:48 pm

I believe this is the bronco you speak of http://afxnscaleresin.150m.com/images/S ... hassis.jpg

My bronco does come with an interior tub I just have not updated my post actually forgot this post was on here. Now that it is winter I will probley be working on this project again a frame, axles, drive train are all to come I will post some pictures of what I am working on.
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As for my bronco being to much money, well I don’t think so it toke a hundreds of dollars just for the product to make the molds not to mention the hundreds of man hours to make the bronco. Not to be a butt but if you think they are too pricy then don’t buy one.
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Dana 20,Reverse cut 60 detroit locker 5.13's
spooled dana 70 5.13's and 35 cromo as far as the eye can see
home grown lift on 42's

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Post by Tom Dummer » Sat Dec 31, 2011 2:56 pm

I do think its too pricey, sorry, not buying one. I do have about a dozen "lifted and built" 4x4 models and to have a couple of Broncos would be cool, but $60...
Not to be a butt myself, but what does it cost to produce ten of these with the molds you now have? Add onto that some to cover the time & effort so far and you could easilly sell enough to profit. Or you could try to recoup the"investment" on just a couple of sales and wait for that buyer.
I'm just saying make it affordable and you would sell enough to make it all back. Providing Ford doesn't catch wind of you copying their product for profit.
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Post by Brandon » Sat Dec 31, 2011 9:52 pm

Tom Dummer wrote:I do think its too pricey, sorry, not buying one. I do have about a dozen "lifted and built" 4x4 models and to have a couple of Broncos would be cool, but $60...
Not to be a butt myself, but what does it cost to produce ten of these with the molds you now have? Add onto that some to cover the time & effort so far and you could easilly sell enough to profit. Or you could try to recoup the"investment" on just a couple of sales and wait for that buyer.
I'm just saying make it affordable and you would sell enough to make it all back. Providing Ford doesn't catch wind of you copying their product for profit.
Now as crazy as Tom is :P I have to admit he is making a very valid point.
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Post by Elliot949 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 2:57 pm

Your Price is QUITE FAIR!!!... PLease email me the information on how to get this... Also I want to know how long it would be before you ship it...

I have one of the AF/X 66-72 Bronco Pickups... It is very nice but AF/X is out of business and alot of people got screwed on orders with them ... THey took the money and never shipped the prodict...

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Post by Tom Dummer » Sun Jan 01, 2012 3:03 pm

Go for it Elliot. Post pictures when you are done.
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Post by Elliot949 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 3:10 pm

I deal in alot of models and you really do not understand what is involved in doing a Scratch Built model then making all the molds to cast it... Then the materials involved... a company called "The Modelhaus gets upwards of 150.00 for one of their kits... I am selling a 66-72 Bronco Pickup in 1/24th scale on Ebay right now with a reserve of 100.00... so if this is a subject matter that is of interest to you then this price is VERY fair...

With all of that being said... Resin kits are not for the novice model builder... they are an advance skill level... It appears from your post that you are used to building "kit" models so this may very well be above your skill level... Please do not take that as a slam... There are just realities to building Resin models...

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Post by Tom Dummer » Sun Jan 01, 2012 3:16 pm

Like I said, post pictures.
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Post by Tom Dummer » Sun Jan 01, 2012 3:18 pm

Link to your ebay posting.
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Post by twisted77 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 9:52 pm

I would like to know what we are supposed to use for tires and front susp. I am interested in one or maybe two. or three.

Just want to know about the entire build specs.

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Post by Tom Dummer » Mon Jan 02, 2012 9:00 am

I have a feeling the tires & wheels are somewhere in the river.
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Post by Elliot949 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 3:37 pm

Here is the Bronco Pickup I am selling through Ebay...
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Post by Tom Dummer » Wed Jan 04, 2012 3:46 pm

Thats identical to the one posted on the old AF/X N website. I was under the impression that you had a lot of time tied up in making the molds. I tried to find your ebay listing but could not.
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Post by Elliot949 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 3:49 pm

This is the old AF/X car... this is the pickup... the one that started this page is a completely different model and was mastered I assume buy the person posting it...

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Post by Tom Dummer » Wed Jan 04, 2012 5:36 pm

Ahh. I should read who the poster is while I am reading the posts :oops:

My bad.
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Post by Sr.Irie » Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:51 pm

Sold Out

I have sold all of the broncos and the mold is wore out I will be making a new mold and casting them again when time allows. :thumbup:
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Post by Tom Dummer » Sat Feb 25, 2012 8:06 pm

Sr.Irie wrote:Sold Out

I have sold all of the broncos and the mold is wore out I will be making a new mold and casting them again when time allows. :thumbup:
BAYYAMMMMM Someone give him the pat on the back that he is BEGGIN for.

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Post by Brandon » Sat Feb 25, 2012 8:49 pm

I was just about to place an order for two of them, guess I will have to wait :cry:
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