To be honest, I didn't even notice the "F A I R LA N E" lettering on the rear quarter panels until I edited the pics the other day,and I'm not sure if the '67 Fairlaine GT kit's body was put in the kit by accident at the factory or was switched by someone at a later date since the kit was unsealed when I acquired it. I don't think AMT issued the Cyclone kit with the Fairlane body as I don't think they are that similar, but what you see is what I had. I REALLY like the way AMT engineered the extra roof support pieces which help prevent bowed A-pillars, though, so AMT gets a +1 for that.
Again, this is pretty typical of '90s AMT kits when then were back in a very good phase, so the parts are nicely molded and have crisp details, like these valve covers...:
...dual carbs with choke air horns:
...the rearend halves:
...the chromed steel wheels (or maybe wheel covers?):
The bumpers, grille, and tail panel are very nice, too:
Detail shot of the partial front suspension (lower control arms, strut rods) molded with the chassis/floorpan piece: