Put in a little work on the cab tonight. Decided if I was gonna have opening doors I better do something with the inside even though I hate doing interiors. Cut out the entry for the sleeper. In doing so I decided to abandon the kit windows completely. Also, decided to get rid of the interior "bucket" from the kit. Hacked off everything except the floor and firewall. Extended the floor so it's an actual full floor. Stuck some seats in there to get a feel of where everything's gonna go. The driver seat will have a couple of rips with the fluffy bits sticking out, and some duct tape to hold it in. I'll probably redo it, because I'm not happy with how it is right now.
On the outside I sanded off the molded wipers and blu-tacked on some overhead wipers that I'll get around to fixing up. Also started the process of rounding the bottom corners of the windshield.
And here's a decent pic of the rear suspension in action.
Lesson learned. Undercoated with a sealed metalizer so I could show a bit of paint wear. The white paint sticks fine, but if you're gonna mask it be VERY careful when removing the mask, because the top layer of paint can hold stronger to the tape than to the sealed metalizer. It's okay though, because a few paint chips were on the agenda.