Too bad no one did the preceding model, the Chrysler '87-'95 LeBaron convert and coup. at the time it put Chrysler back on the map as a automotive manufacturer in Europe, heck if GM wasn't my employer back then, I would've bought one. But it's an old car now.....
It seems we missed each other at Toledo yesterday A few corrections, Dean was employed by Revell-Monogram from '93 until '05. Also the Cutlass you see here, will never go into production, because it never was up to model kit standards to begin with, IIRC it was supposed to be an entry level diecast kit. Dean has done some major surgery to make that one stock. So the "rumored' all new kit will be from ALL NEW tooling
Hmm, how can one assume the correct position (height wise) on the door then? That way it's either too high or too low, maybe for the targeted audience, they better rush and do a pre-paint next
BTW taking about pre-paint, just today I bought the '14 Mustang GT pre-paint in a Revell Germany wrapper, as a slump buster and the striping does look good, so it's possible. too bad though; the production facility doesn't clean up the parting lines, with a rotary sanding tool. Ps did the Amt/ertl pre-painted bodies also suffer from parting lines, as I never had one I don't know. Thanks
A yenko '67 Camaro would be nice, then Revell has 3 Yenko Chevy's. On the new announcements, think Revell will do another muscle car, hopefully a 2nd gen GTO, Round-2 hopefully finds the '68 Galaxie tool and Moebius, maybe a 50s Buick? BTW have the 4th quarter new releases been announced yet?