Good job. About the '64 version, if you look and wait long enough, I'm sure a '64 will pop up on ebay, but since they're from 1964, I'll. bet they will be a bit pricey, but sometimes a nice built one, can be bought for less.
Both Mpc as Monogram had the '78 El Camino, Monogram had two versions, a molded in black "Black Knight" stock kit and a molded in red El Macho, with another grille, camper top, and hood with a small air intake. The built looks like a combination of both Monogram kits
Been in the automotive mfr biz for about 20 years, the better part in pilot (building prototype and pilot vehicles at R&D and then translating the whole shebang into a line jobs at the production plant. the later years I was in quality assurance, guarding quality and policing QC. Now I'm a heating technician, which was a serious career change, but what else can one do, when the big automotive manufacturers pull out of Belgium....
That's a remainder from retooling the body tool, if you have an original chopped roof Pro-Modeler '69 Charger, you can see that there no such thing on the C-pillar. 'bout the backseat, the Landy kit has one. Anyway, like what I see here, but will wait for the stock version. I too find it bizarre that there's no exposed headlamp option, if it were me, I would've molded the grille separate from the loop bumper, for easier detail painting and for offering the kit with or without hidden/exposed headlamps.
I don't think you have to pay 56% taxes on your salary and it goes up if one works more, like on weekends to have an extra buck, in short, we're punished for working. Also the utility bills are way up there, think we pay the highest price in the whole EU, for electricity. but back to the regular program now, the price of automotive model kits....(PM me for off-topic, thanks!)