Pete, that's totally wicked! What a cool paint job! And the stance is perfect too! Looks like a lot of work went into that puppy...I'm with Niko....the decals alone are worth that Model King Austin kit. Beautiful build sir.
The AMT '40 Willys is so inaccurate that to me it's just not worth putting any real effort into. I mean it's ok for gasser type stuff but personally Jeremy, I'd recommend going with a Revell '41 Pro Street Willys....It's a hundred times more accurate than the AMT and it already has the pro street parts...you can always modify the Revell kit if it needs to be a '40. They're pretty reasonable on eBay...
Looks to me like you're doing just fine Pete! I love the chassis so far!
I'm planning a new style pro mod (it will be my first of this type) and I found enough reference pics on line to pretty much build it as detailed as I could possibly want. There's definitely a pile of work involved in these cars so my hat is off to anyone who attempts the challenge!
That's actually pretty cool Jeff! I never thought of using the Aluma Coupe as a Rat base....I appreciate the quick build and all, but man, that could really be a great all out Rat Rod....the idea has merit!