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From the Revell 1/25 2010 Mustang? I'm not too worried about the engine bay but is there any conversion available for the front bumper/grille and wheels? Any other notable differences? I'm trying to build this car..

http://www.everycarlisted.com/fl/orlando/ford/mustang/vin-1zvbp8en3a5172189

I have a couple of the Revell snap convetibles on the way and a pair of the regular 2010 hardtop kits and will mix'n'match to get a detailed convertible. Is there any source of the wheels on a diecast for example?

TIA,

Roy

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Just a thought, why worry about stock v6 wheels?

Never had a V6 model Mustang, tho even on my GT, the stock wheels only stayed on long enough to get a stock time on the car LOL. Stock wheels and tires are worth more with less millage on them :whistle:

Have to look at a snap verty not sure what is in the box. V6 has a different front fascia on it, not sure about the rear.

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Hi Wayne,

I need to make a replica of a particular car, have plenty of reference photos but it is a stock V6 convertible, identical to the one in the link save for tan interior rather than black. So I need the stock wheels and the front bumper, (dunno about the rear one) instead of the GT one in both kits (snap & regular). Looks like I'll have to scratch both. The Shelby bumper is closer but too large.

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Rear bumper may be the same now. Don't the V6s have dual exhaust now too? That used to be the only difference on the older models was a cutout for the dual exhaust. Isn't there a newer convertible kit somewhere? Maybe they'd have the same front end?

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Rear bumper may be the same now. Don't the V6s have dual exhaust now too? That used to be the only difference on the older models was a cutout for the dual exhaust. Isn't there a newer convertible kit somewhere? Maybe they'd have the same front end?

Not to sure if there are some with duals, seen one at the store little while ago, it had a single outlet. Not sure of the year tho.

Hi Wayne,

I need to make a replica of a particular car, have plenty of reference photos but it is a stock V6 convertible, identical to the one in the link save for tan interior rather than black. So I need the stock wheels and the front bumper, (dunno about the rear one) instead of the GT one in both kits (snap & regular). Looks like I'll have to scratch both. The Shelby bumper is closer but too large.

Well having Pictures is a big plus, How picky is the person?

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Yes, it's a dual exhaust.

Surprise for the OH. So needs to look right, at least on the outside.... as I said, engine is not a huge priority.

Cheers,

Roy

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Yes, it's a dual exhaust.

Surprise for the OH. So needs to look right, at least on the outside.... as I said, engine is not a huge priority.

Cheers,

Roy

OH stand for Other Half?

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Yep!

Yeesh and said person is that critical or is this a self critical deal.

In anycase bud, I hope you can show us the build on these forums.

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  • 3 weeks later...

I have an 06 Convertible with Pony package. I have wanted to model my car for the last 6 years. Of course they sell more real 6 cylinder Mustangs than GT's or Boss/Shelby/CS/Bulitt cars but the model companies don't care. I finally can get a convertible but of course it is the new 2010 and up appearance. So I am gonna try to take the Convertible kit and bash it with the 06 GT kit. This may work it may not. One thing though is I don't know of any source to get an 05-09 Pony grille....

Good luck on your project

Max Bryant

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  • 10 months later...

Yes, it's a dual exhaust.

Surprise for the OH. So needs to look right, at least on the outside.... as I said, engine is not a huge priority.

Cheers,

Roy

While 2011-2012 3.7L Mustang has dual exhaust, both axleback sections of it and rear splitter are different from GT trim. Coyote Stangs have a larger rear splitter section with four horizontal running recesses while V6 has slightly shallower recess free fascia.

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