I call it such because of all the little things that went wrong during the build.
Revell's '31 Model A Sedan kit (regrets), with a 232ci Studebaker V8.
Let me start off by saying this model was a LOT of firsts for me. My first time ever using lacquer paint, didn't come out as smooth as I'd like, but I'll be trying it again. My first time ever with BMF and I can see my seams but practice makes perfect. My first time ever using a wired distributor also, was sort of a PITA! Not sure I'll be doing that again. My first time scratchbuilding headers and I think they came out OK. Honestly the whole thing was more of a project than I was anticipating- and probably a bit above my skill level.
Color is Model Master GM Dark Cherry Pearl (rattle can) with 2 coats of Model Master clear. Rear axle and misc silver pieces painted with Krylon Metallic Matte Aluminum- highly reccommended!
Comments, criticisms, tips and tricks all welcome.