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Cutter's Miniature Castings

PWH-K    Showcase / SMCC 

To order kits, you can contact Cutter's Miniature Castings through the 87thScale.info messageboard !



Ref# Model
CMC 001 1950 Chevrolet 4-door sedan
CMC 002 1950 Chevrolet Bel Air
CMC 003 1950 Chevrolet sedan delivery
CMC 004 1955 Buick Roadmaster
CMC 005 1956 Oldsmoblle 98
CMC 006 1957 Mercury Monterey
CMC 007 1937 Studebaker Dictator 
CMC 008 1961 Imperial Le Baron 
CMC 009 1937 Chrysler Airflow
CMC 010 1954 Kaiser Manhattan
CMC 011 1955 Kaiser Manhattan 4dr
CMC 012 1953 Kaiser Manhattan Dragen
CMC 013 1961 Imperial Southampton 2dr
CMC 014 1938 Cadillac "60" 4dr sedan 
CMC 015 1938 Cadilac V16 Fleetwood sedan
CMC 016 1954 Kaiser Manhattan sedan
CMC 017 1957 Mercury Commuter Station Wagon 4 door
CMC 018 1938 Buick 4 door sedan
CMC 019 1941 Graham "Hollywood"
CMC 020 1978-84 Chevrolet El Camino
CMC 021 1960 Plymouth Valiant stationwagon
CMC 022 1961 Plymouth 4 door sedan
CMC 023 1941 Oldsmobile Convertible 4 door
CMC 024 1950 Ford Crestliner 2 door
CMC 025 1936 Cord 810 sedan Westchester
CMC 026 1937 Cord 812 Supercharger sedan
CMC 027 1940 Hupp Skylark sedan
CMC 028 1938 Buick sedan w/sidemounts
CMC 029 1950 Chevrolet station wagon
CMC 030 1938 Cord 812 sedan w/trunk
CMC 031 1961 Dodge Phoenix 2 door hardtop
CMC 032 1961 Dodge Phoenix 4 door sedan
CMC 033 1961 Plymouth Fury hardtop
CMC 034 1960 Pymouth Valiant 4-door sedan
CMC 035 1941-1946 Chevrolet pickup truck
CMC 036 1959 Buick Electra 4 door sedan
CMC 037 1939 Ford 2-door w/trailer hook
CMC 038 1939 Ford 4-door w/trailer hook
CMC 039 1953 Packard 4-door sedan
CMC 040 1953 Packard Mayfair hardtop
CMC 041 1941 Plymouth truck
CMC 042 1946-1948 Lincoln Continental coupe
CMC 043 1959 Buick LeSabre estate wagon
CMC 044 1955 Pontiac Safari wagon
CMC 045 1939 Ford 22-door
CMC 046 1946-1948 Lincoln Continental Cabrielet (top up)
CMC 047 -
CMC 048 -
CMC 049 -
CMC 050 1942 De Soto 7 passenger Suburban sedan
CMC 051 1942 DeSoto sedan
CMC 052 1930-1950 single axle trailer
CMC 053 1959 Buick Electra 225 4-door sedan
CMC 054 1939 Ford 4-door sedan
CMC 055 1961 Dodge Lancer stationwagon
CMC 056 1948 Chrysler New Yorker sedan
CMC 057 1948 Chrysler Crown Imperial
CMC 058 1948 Chrysler Traveler w/rack
CMC 059 Pontiac Catalina hardtop
CMC 060 1948 Chrysler business coupe
CMC 061 1967 Mercury Cougar
CMC 062 1948 Chrysler New Yorker coupe
Special Series
CMC 800 1939 Greyhound '743 yellow' bus
CMC 801 1939 Greyhound '743 yellow' bus w/out lights.markings
Masters Series (limited)
CMC 900 1941 Oldsmobile woody (with real wood !)

CMC 900 - preview of the master, note engine and radiator detail !

CMC Classics (former SMCC models)

Ref# Model
CMC 1001 1951 Oldsmobile
CMC 1002 1951 Ford Woody Wagon
CMC 1003 1952 Ford Wagon
CMC 1004 1941 Chevrolet 4dr sedan
CMC 1005 1937 Studebaker pickup
CMC 1006 1950 Buick Roadmaster Sedan
CMC 1007 1950 Buick Special Sedanette
CMC 1008 1941 Chevrolet Coupe pickup
CMC 1009 -
CMC 1010 -
CMC 1011 1947 Buick Roadmaster 4 door sedan
CMC 1012 1947 Buick Roadmaster convertible
CMC 1013 1947 Buick Roadmaster sedanette
CMC 1014 1942 Buick 2 door coupe
CMC 1015 1947 Buick woody wagon
CMC 1016 1950 Packard 4 door sedan
CMC 1017 1941 Chevrolet 2-door coupe 

Innovation in 1/87:

The 'Wooden Woody' in Showcase #18 is a one-off, but CMC are currently investigating if it could be turned into a kind of kit. In the picture below you see the basis for this possible kit. Note coil springs in rear axle. CMC is trying to figure out how to put springs in the front. The wood body was built over clear plastic. The wood around the rear 
fenders hasn't been added yet because the fit is not sure at this time. Additionally CMC is also looking for 1950's wheels with real rubber tires...

A word from the manufacturer:

We are NOT planning on running a business as such as that is too much work and not much fun. There will not be any advertising, only what you see here on this website. Dealers and distributers need not apply as we will not be doing volume casting. We are planning on making as many models of American vehicles from the 1940's, 50's and 60's as we can, which we will be willing to share with our fellow members of 87thscale.info.

First, from past and present experience, all final vehicles will be vacuumed and pressure cast. We have found that it eliminates air bubbles and gives sharper, crisper detail. The first two part mold of a four door 1950 Chevrolet has been made and about a dozen models have been cast. These will be reworked for final casting.

Two sets of two part molds have been made for the wheels, one set has hubcaps and the other is without hubcaps. It was common practice back then for the manufacturer to put the hubcaps in the trunk, the dealer would put them on the wheels.

In 1950 Chevrolet made three body styles, the Fleetline, the Styleline and the Bel Air. Within these body styles you had the two door, four door, convertible and station wagon versions. The Fleetline also had a delivery panel truck. Each was available in a standard and a deluxe version. Read as no chrome or chrome trim. There was a skirt over the rear wheels on the deluxe models and none on the standard.

And, before you ask, yes we will be trying to make all the various models offered that year. You will notice some projects 'in the works' in the picture below.

As in the past, we welcome any and all input. The more information available, the better the model(s) will be.

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