Your work is very, very nice. Cleanly and neatly done.
This leads me to ask why you are leaving that horrendously large ejector pin mark on the top of the tranny hump?
Which also begs the question why Revell chose that spot for the pin?
The floor is the back of the chassis, there's no separate interior floor or tub. Under the seat would have been a better spot. Oh well, something to shoot for the next one on the never-ending quest to find the perfect model kit... One of these days, we'll get it!
And a note I'd like to add, and I don't mean to insult the OP's color choice, I think it looks great and it's his model, he can build it however he likes, but there was only one interior color option (can't really call it an "option", can we?) for the Custom, and that was a gray scheme (with a really cool semi-gloss gunmetal color for the dash and metal areas, I think it's quite attractive myself).
This link (which I believe are more pics of the same reference car the OP has already posted) shows an original interior, albeit with a badly discolored headliner. It should be the same as the lightest grey fabric on the door panels. http://c-it.com/amin...s/315/index.htm
Again, I don't mean to insult the OP's color choice, just wanted to point out for those who might be planning a replica-stock build.
Edited by Brett Barrow, 31 December 2012 - 05:55 AM.