I started this Jimmy Flintstone resin body conversion of the Lindberg Little Red Wagon kit in 2000. I finally finished it in 2011. The paint is automotive touch-up Sable Brown Metallic (70's Mercury). I used a 3200-12000 grit sanding kit afterwards- I was never told you can't polish metallics- oops. I foiled the emblems before painting, which didn't turn out as nice as I would've liked. The interior is Testors enamel. Its a curbside, so I swapped the little bucket seats for a bench from the Rescue 911 Dodge Van kit. I spent waaayy to long crafting a spare tire mount out of styrene, which is hard to see in the photos, but it looks pretty good. The rear windows are made from mylar squares used in many windshield chip repair kits. The bumpers and grille are sprayed with Testors Dullcote, and as you can see, I have the longest whip antenna kown to man, made from piano wire. Fuel door is from a '67 GTX. Thanks for looking.