yes, they work excellant if you know how to make them work. i paint real cars too so i have a little bit of skill when it comes to that. but if you are carefull with a little bit of time and practice you should be able to lay down some nice stuff.
just make sure you buy good spray paint. not any of the 98 cent stuff lol
im not sure i really want to start on one though and im looking at all of them and drawing blanks i think a Caddy would be nice but i cant find one i have just run out of alot of time and need another hobbie tell my truck is out of the shop
you can get the Lindgerg 78 caddy hopper and take the body off the shitty chassis and build it up on a Hoppin Hydros chassis. that would be your best best until Lacs become more available (if they even do)
like what people have said...I always hit ebay too. Remember to prime your car (any good auto primer) before painting it because most automotive paints will attack plastic. Hoppin Hydro's chassis fit any Impala from 58-76. As far as difficulty, it's only as hard as you want to make it. There are good snap kits with interiors but no engines out there. Revell makes a real nice 96 Impala snap kit with an engine. Other good starter models are the AMT 63 and 64 Impalas, real simple glue assembly. Hobby Lobby or Michaels have basic supplies.
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