Hic postulo parum vel haud talentum, quod ego usus utriusque!!” 'Magnus Pater' Rothfinquus*

'Big Daddy' Roth's

HOT ROD HOOTENANNY!

100% Resin Assembly Kit $249.95

HOTROD HOOTENANNY is magnificent in its hideousity – just like a Big Daddy mess-terpiece oughta be! With four full 1:8 scale figures and all their accessories, this is the biggest, baddest Big Daddy Kit ever produced! 100% resin, right down to the filthy fingernails... Guaranteed to re-slatherate the most ravenous Roth-a-holics!

This kickass 1:8 scale kit includes ALL FOUR FIGURES featured in the original LP art along with all their ACCESSORIES – ELECTRIC GUITAR, ACOUSTIC GUITAR, SAXOPHONE and HILLBILLY CRASH HELMET (that's the floppy hat fer you non-finksters). Figures are shown in Lindberg's “Big Red Rod” but they'll fit any open top 1:8 scale “T bucket” - try the 4 seater version of Revell's “Big Tub”. Kit does not include a car.

THE NANNY-HOOTERS (Click for bigger pix):

ELECTRIC GUITAR GUY 8” tall – ACOUSTIC GUITAR GUY 7.5” tall – Insaniac SAX PLAYER stands 7.5” tall - DRIVER DUDE 7 inches w/his 'Hillbilly Crash Helmet'

Original HOT ROD HOOTENANNY album circa 1963

Download FULL COLOR INSTRUCTIONS here - print in standard “2 page” layout an' they make a kool booklet!

Download HOT ROD HOOTENANNY Instructions in PDF format


This is a MiaRG kit, so there is prep work, but I flash 'em for ya and the pieces are precision cast w/no bubbling or other serious problems. The work is mostly putting in the 3D teeth – actual assembly is easier than many commercial car kits. One thing's fer shur...

They gonna look GNARLY on yer display shelf!



GG As RF by Emmanuel Paclibon

About TexFX GK

Tex” Greene talkin' atcha from the TexFX sweatshops in the sunny, fun-filled heart of So-SoCal (“sorta Southern California”) I'll skip how I got this way an' just tell ya - makin' my own model kits has become an obsession with me! My mission - tho maybe insane - is simple: There were sooo many FANTASTIK FINKS that never got made into kits and baby... I WANNA CHANGE THAT!

"It took little or no talent... and I had both!" Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth*