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    Model A closed cab pickup bodies

    Posting this for a mate who doesn't have interwebnet access at the moment...

    I know that Fenland do a Model A closed cab pickup body but does anyone else do them? Would be interested in any feedback from those who have used any.

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    I think Rodline still do one, all are flatback ones as the old Rodshop / Dooster roundback molds have disappeared .In all honesty the price / availablitity of original A tin makes it a toss up whether to bother with GRP once you factor in all the hours making it into a car rather than something that just resembles what you want .

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    Thanks Kev, where do all these old moulds disappear too? I'll have a hunt around for steel prices to compare, though my mate is a bit of a wiz with mat and resin (he used to run a moulding company)...

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    My friedn Douhg owned the Rodshop molds but the guys that purchased had no intention of using them as a business, just wanted to bang out a couple of bodies for themselves. Virtually any other molds ended up at the old Rodline premises, such as the Jethro moulds, Porkys Victoria etc

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