Hey Robert, thanks for the feedback!
looks good i like the white/orange interior combo and if i may ask how did you make the vinyl roof look so real? and i don't know whether im right or not but i think your wing is on backwards.
For the roof: First, I spray painted a primer on the entire car, then I used a tiny amount of glue to attach a wire to where the hood would end. Then I taped off everything except the roof (including the part of the hood that I'd later have to BMF so no bumps would show through the BMF-including the wire I attached. This took FOREVER to tape off!) Next, wrapped the car (except the hood) in paper towel to avoid spreading. Then I gently sprayed Elmer's Spray Adhesive enough to give the hood a bumpy texture. After that dried, I spray painted it flat black. I later had to tape the entire hood to block the orange spray from crossing any lines when I painted the rest of the car. At that time, I should have kept the paper towel on the hood until I was ready to finish the car. As I worked on the car over the last few months, no matter how gentle I was, I still lost the black paint on some of the bumps on the hood. So I had to touch up the black several times, taking away from the effect a bit.
As for the wing? Man, the manual had such a bad drawing of how to attach the wing. So I went online and put it on the way I saw in searches. Even the box had a bad angle to tell: http://www.shopping....i-Cuda-426/info
I think I'll do more research on here before buying another kit. This is the second kit I've made that had major issues with how it was engineered (first one was the '68 Dodge Charger). You think you're done, then go to put the last touches on to find the hood doesn't lay flat, or the back sit right. Oh well, still my best car yet. Can ya tell I'm a muscle car girl?