1979 Camaro Z28 model

Discussion in 'Camaro Collectibles' started by eightyZ28, Mar 28, 2003.

  1. Tallguy2o0o

    Tallguy2o0o Veteran Member

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    i got the model...along with a few extra's, e-mail me if ui would like one...

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    1979 Z28 Lawn ornament soon to be a show car(in 2-3 years)
    1968 427/450 HP Yenko All Original Was Daddy's Toy now mine RIP dad.
     
  2. eightyZ28

    eightyZ28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    YOU GOT ONE!!! Good. I went back to Hobby Lobby, and they didn't have anymore. Haven't had a chance to go back lately. GLAD YOU GOT ONE, and more to share......

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    Actually i found mine for 19 bucks at Micheal's (that craft store)....that place where most heterosexual males avoid... [​IMG] j/k

    Wasn't even looking for one, just got dragged there and found it.
     
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    I just bought that model today at the local store. I also picked up the AMT Motion Camaro model. I really don't like the AMT kits,but half of the time they are the only one's that offer the old muscle. I really the MPC kits and the revel kits. They are always much better quality.

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    81 Trans Am(nascar/recaro) under construction
     
  5. RANDYH42

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    i saw that same kit at both walmart and michael's.that was about a month ago.

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    l just spent hour's on the net and finaly managed to order my self one from internet hobbie's web site,as I live in England it wasn't easy to nip down the local wall-mart and get one.cant wait for it to get here.
     
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    The photo in the center is almost a deadringer for my car, right down to the color, except mine is a 78Z.
     
  9. Tallguy2o0o

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    They make basically the same model for a 78Z if u go to their web site u can order one...

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    1979 Z28 Lawn ornament soon to be a show car(in 2-3 years)
    1968 427/450 HP Yenko All Original Was Daddy's Toy now mine RIP dad.
     
  10. Mark Wright

    Mark Wright 1979 Camaro Berlinetta

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    I think it's great how the model companies are actually rehashing the old kits. I wish someone would re-release the old 1975, or 1976 Camaro Model kit. I think AMT made it originally. I just wish I could find one period. I wanna build a miniature of the full size '76 Camaro I have in the garage! If anyone has one, let me know!

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