The use of cad programs can sure help with designing models, but without interpreters with a real feel for the subject the likelihood of flaws like this is becoming pretty high and consistent. The '69-'72 F100s suffer this problem too but the old amt cabs offer a good pattern to help correct it.
The only 351 ever installed in a bronco was the 351M from '77-'79. The engine in this kit is clearly a 302 as shown by the valve covers and stock design intent of the model. The 351C and 351M valve covers were more squared off.
The diffs and wheels will probably work well for F100 4x4s with minor work and as the 1:1 tail lights are the same between the broncos and 67-72 F series, the revell parts could be used to improve the current 69-'72 F100 kit offerings too.
I was hoping they might have lightly engraved a line on the inside for the bigger wheel openings. It would be kind of surprising if they didn't have flares and maybe a template for cutting in a future reissue of this kit. Looks good so far... Thanks Revell !
Nice picture show; heck of a way to end a few vacations. Hope they hammer that d-head... Came through the rogers pass towards golden fri nite. A little hairy in places; saw one rig flopped on heather hill iirc, facing downhill in the uphill side ditch with the top to the wall. Oh, and a three car law takedown on a pair of tall 4x4s east of revelstoke .