It's not that I'm that crazy about those wheels,it's just that they came with that issue. It sounds like there's going to be a lot of other cool stuff in the kit,too. Red tinted glass,2 sers of slicks,and wide whites.
Here's a couple of scans of the instructions for the 'Diamond' 40 Ford sedan. The instructions don't mention the custom parts for the sedan,but they are there.The windows are all separate pieces,not one piece like the kit. That's why it tells you what they are. I would like to see 2 of these kits to compare the damage to the fenders. I used to work in a factory that had a plastic molding division,and you can set the press to eject the parts before they are cooled properly. I've been wondering if that's how the 'damage was done. The body and interior are untouched.The front bumper is bent and missing a guard. could be done before plating. That way they didn't have to make new molds!
The Diamond In The Rough 40 Ford has all the custom parts too, and can be built as a '39. but I don't recall the derelict version ever issued by itself. For that matter,had the DITR multi kit ever been reissued?
The only triple kit That I know of that would be different is the AMT 'Diamond In The Rough' Kit. It has the '53 Ford pickup ,a standard AMT Blueprinter trailer and a '40 Ford sedan,which as far as I know was never released by itself. (Why?) The sedan has dented fenders,bent bumpers and broken windows. I think it was only released once. I'm lucky enough to have one.