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    Building Scale Model

    Hello all, I am going to be scratch building a couple of scale models of my '68 Sportvan 90. Does anyone know where I can find some drawings with dimensions, to save me the trouble taking pictures and getting out the tape measure, thanks in advance.

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    GM Heritage. Com
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    That's exactly what I was looking for, thanks!

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    If your patient i will have some great news by the end of next week. I have contacted a guy who makes resin custom molds.
    1968 Chevy 90 250/700r/Fuel Injected - sold and missed
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    I wonder what he would use to make the mold out of. I'm making mine out of wood. May not be perfect, but I have 1/25 models of all my other cars and the van would complete the shelf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flying brick View Post
    I wonder what he would use to make the mold out of. I'm making mine out of wood. May not be perfect, but I have 1/25 models of all my other cars and the van would complete the shelf.
    I think Jimmy Flintstone is in the process of making the early Chevy's now. He already has the Dodge and Ford on his website. I'm in the process of building the Dodge and waiting for the Chevy to be completed. 1/25 scale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davan View Post
    I think Jimmy Flintstone is in the process of making the early Chevy's now. He already has the Dodge and Ford on his website. I'm in the process of building the Dodge and waiting for the Chevy to be completed. 1/25 scale
    I'd like to see those, does he have a website. I'm making mine from two pieces of two by fours cut down and glued together. I'm using a dremel to cut out the details and windows, but It's tough making straight lines because of the grain the wood get soft and hard. Mine's a window van, so there's a lot of cutting. I'll post a picture when I get a little farther along.

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    Building Scale Model

    Nice - I like seeing that thank-you

    Small point:
    1964 or Early 65
    No Back-up lights
    Not 6 rows rows of grill slots
    Emblems not on the doors.

    I commented as such on the site.

    FYI - A 1967 is also there:
    https://hum3d.com/3d-models/chevrolet-sport-van-1967/

    Looks slick
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    Pretty neat, but mine's a 90. I'm not sure how this translates to a 1/25 model. Do you plug this software into a 3D printer? Anyway, I put a thin skim, of bondo on my wood model to make it easier to dremel out the windows. Should have it done in a couple of days, material cost=$0

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