Unfortunately, during today’s 5 hour downtime, we were not able to finish all planned data center maintenance procedures, and we plan to finish them on March 5th between the hours of 2:00 AM and 7:00 EST, so, there might be additional downtime. Again, sorry for any inconvenience.
AMT's excellent 1950 Chevy Pickup (Street Machine issue), I went a bit overboard in a few areas on this one. I started with a real wood bed (Top and bottom sides of the bed floor are real wood, I promise!), straight-pins replaced the carriage bolts holding the rear fenders onto the bed, scratch-made taillights, a working gas cap and filler neck, leather covered seat and dash pad, photo-etched gauge cluster and photo-reduced gauges, a photo-etched radio, another straight pin for the glove box lock, a skull shifter, parts box steering wheel, rims and tires, Pegasus Hobbies disc brake rotors, an aluminum distributor from Scale Repros Plus, a bunch of wiring for the engine, a four barrel & intake made up from a parts box intake, and an air filter from a '70 Super Bee pro Street kit. I planned on more details, but just decided to finish it off, I've got a lot going on right now and a long line of kits waiting, so it got completed after being frustrated by the brake lines.