Most everyone who does contests has that a model or models that they have brought faithfully to contests because they felt it was good enough to compete, but it always get skunked. And with me, I've just never figured out why this particular model gets overlooked time and again.
So now I'm gonna post it up and ask you guys to pick it apart. Be brutally honest on what you think could have been done better. I invite anyone who has a similar situation join in and get it judged here. Give us a paragraph on what was done to it and how it looks and post up some pics.
This is my Stephen King themed '73 Cougar. It is one of my favorite builds because it just looks so sinister. I had a great time with it.
It's basically the stock kit, with the big 427. The intake was modified into a dual quad. Wheel and tire change. Lowered in the front for an aggressive rake. Custom grill. Lambo seats and some darn near flawless satin paint. The vinyl top was sanded off until not a bit was visible. There is no trace of it, and black would show it if there was. Detailed and weathered engine. It usually gets entered in the Street Machine class where it competes with a lot of shinys, but I have beaten shinys before.
Okay guys, what could have been done better?