Well guys as I'm sure you all know by now, I LOVE building and detailing engines, (they're part of a bigger picture BUT can be a "center point" to a full kit. NOW I have a different idea..... If you'll follow me here.... I'ma BIG Mopar kinda-guy, WELL taking into consideration, I mold just about EVERY Mopar engine commonly found, or known of, I want to take and find ONE used piston of each of the Mopar engines..... A REAL piston 1:1!!!!! Well on a search I found a 12.5:1 Compression Ratio 426 Hemi piston, And that sign-sealed-and-delivered this idea and project! I bought it for $15.00, Made me a Happy Modeler!!!! Getting it, made this whole Idea, thought a real reality! -So, to continue, Heres that 426 Hemi piston (YES I measured its diameter, its 4.25 inches across, making it a TRUE Mopar 426, AND it happens to be a NASCAR piston! Has ("PC" in the pistons skirts all the way around, WHICH I believe stands for "Petty Corporation") from Pettys Garage way back when! Its used, so it has the explosion marks in it, and all that so, I have some cleaning to do! RIGHT NOW it sets pretty cleaned (I wire brushed it with a brass wire brush (so not to scratch it or scar it, so that it can have a smooth finish on it, that can be polished up so that I can clear-coat it for starters. ONCE thats all polished up and nice looking, I'm going to begin making the "shelving" that will fit in the recesses where the rings were to display models of the "426 Hemi" and its different ways it was offered for sale. Since getting this one, in-hand, and making this sort of "pipe-dream" a reality, I've scored a Bill Elliot 358 Piston, a 318 dual valve relief piston and a dished 360 piston! SO, you will find MORE of these displays coming! (I plan to put ONLY the model engines around the piston of that piston........... Stock, racing, and aftermarket looks..... ENJOY more will follow later! -Thanks for viewing! Let me know what you all think!