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Old 04-26-2012, 10:00 AM   #1
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I've been looking at purchasing a scale model of a V8 to build with my little brother when I visit my parents. One that has as much detail as possible, including heads, cams and a hand crank rotating assembly would be preferable. Any ideas of where to purchase one? I would absolutely LOVE to find a 302 or even a 281 so I can have a scale of what's under the hood (for now ;-) ) . Thanks.
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:10 PM   #2
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There is a model out there there is of just a small block V8 I dont think its of any particular brand or size, its just a OHV small block. Its clear with a orange rotating assembly inside. After you assemble it you can turn it over and watch it work

Not sure where its at, just hit up the major hotrod parts suppliers. I seen it in the kid section of one of the mags I get around here.
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Thanks. The only one ive been able to find is from Revell-Monogram.. Just wondering if anyone has a link to others.
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hobby lobby has the clear assembly you speak of
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Looks like S197 tech is delivering for OT again...
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