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  89 vs 92
 From: rusty | Posted: 4/16/2006 11:00:59 AM |
89 made in 92

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or is mine a 2005 model?


 From: rusty | Posted: 4/16/2006 11:01:49 AM |
89 made in 92

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dang its a 2006 model


 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 11:10:39 AM |
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I'll go....


 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 12:42:33 PM |
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Jack is right on, as I have been saying for years. The #1,#2 and the OnStar cars are all one in the same. Modifications were made to the original cars for the 92 movie. And the low point in the top aft bow came from the molds none of the real cars have this. It is due to the split molds.

And I have also said from the moment I saw the museum car it was a replica the same as all of our cars even though all the seams are non functional the body is one piece tilt. Mr. Moore was very angry with me when I told him his car was not a screen used car as he claimed. Barris sold him the car with forged documentation. Nitro was with me at that time. He also claimed that the Forever car was also a screen used car.



 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 12:57:14 PM |
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Wrong the body is 2 piece. The non opening parts are the side door, the gun door, and the trunk lid. But the body is 2 piece and it does not flip. It's like Rusty's un-bolt and remove.


 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:00:25 PM |
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The


 From: Nitro | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:01:19 PM |
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Rusty and I will tell you for sure . I am going to pick him up and we are going to WB studio In June. as long as there is none of this.


 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:03:09 PM |
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That's BS I want to go.


 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:06:00 PM |
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The body was one piece is was tilted upward using hydraulics and tilted aft like a funny car, exposing the engine. The canopy was the only piece that was separate. The hydraulics was electrically operated. What are you thinking about Jack? Nitro can also confirm this.


 From: Nitro | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:06:57 PM |
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Jack there is plenty to see in Texas have you even been to the Alamo yet ?


 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:07:03 PM |
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WRONG. WHo told you that BS? Want to se the pictures?


 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:18:53 PM |
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The only hydraulics on the car were for the front suspension. Here is a picture where the front half and rear half are bolted together (2 pieces). Remember I crawled under the car and took nearly 200 pictures. Notice the nice flanges on the front and rear clips. So I guess this also proves that our cars did NOT come from these molds either.




 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:21:37 PM |
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Jack; didnít you also go to Mr. Moorís museum in Tallahassee and did he not tilt the car body and did you not photograph the underneath the body and post the pictures of this car on this web site?????
So now you are saying that Mr. Moorís car is not a one-piece body?



 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:25:17 PM |
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No I have never seen it tilt because it does NOT tilt. That means NO BODY has seen it tilt.

Pay attention. It's a 2 piece body bolted together and sitting on some 1" tubing. That's it nothing fancy. Heck I gave you and Nitro a disk with all of the pictures on it. Didnít you even look at them? Where do you get your info?



 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:31:40 PM |
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There is a switch under the left gas cap to operate the hydraulics Nitro was with me when they actuated the hydraulic system.


 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:33:03 PM |
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Why don't you call Nitro and ask him, and I will be waiting your response!


 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:33:03 PM |
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Oh so are you now saying it tilted? Either you're wrong or full of BS. Take your pick it's a 2 piece body that does NOT tilt!!! Sorry to burst your bubble.


 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:45:05 PM |
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Look the bars are welded to the frame and the body is bolted to the bars...a'la Rusty style.




 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:51:24 PM |
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Jack call Amos Dickey the curator of the museum and he can enlighten you on the 92 and how the car is a one piece tilt.


 From: KeatonCar | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:57:36 PM |
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So the replica is a one piece tilt, not the original. that makes sense...

A little song, a little dance..... Batman's head on a lance.

 From: DonC | Posted: 4/16/2006 1:59:56 PM |

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Kevin,
when u make your new mold don't make the mistake of splitting the mold down the middle of the top like everyone else has...as thats a weak spot inless
heavily reinforced....hence the dip.



 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 2:06:45 PM |
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Don; I will fix this before I pull molds.

Jack; have you called Nitro yet, I am waiting for my apology!



 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 2:19:55 PM |
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Kevin I don't need to call anyone. The car does NOT tilt. Look at the picture? I have a lot more where that came from. Do you need more pictures to prove it? Either except it or don't but you wrong again. Oh and on the day I took the pictures the guy who maintains the cars he said that it would be nearly impossible to get to the engine except to unbolt the entire body. I think you owe us all an apology for being wrong.

Well Nitro did you see the un-tiltable body get tilted?



 From: Jack | Posted: 4/16/2006 2:35:38 PM |
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Hey Kevin whose hand do you think this is? It's not mine. Oh and this is where he was showing me how it was put together. Look at the length of the bolts, how would it tilt and not hit them? I can answer that it doesn't tilt. So how about that apology, Iím waiting?




 From: Kevin | Posted: 4/16/2006 2:40:23 PM |
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Nitro and myself was standing there when he tilted the body for us. Why haven't you called Nitro to comfirm or deny this.

If my memory servers me correct you told me that you thought it was a real screen used car!




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