AMT's '66 Fairlane kit where you can build it as either a GT or a GTA. There was a nice review in Scale Auto a while back, and it's accurate - stance issues, front tires that stick out too far, and horns that attach to the radiator wall that interfere with the fit of the front grill. Also, though not in the Scale Auto review, I think that the character line on the body side goes down too low in front of the rear wheel wells. On pictures of real cars that I've seen, the stripe lies on flat surfaces all the way to the back. On the model, it hit that curved character line which made applying the decal even more challenging.
The inspiration for my build (once again) came from an issue of Hemmings Muscle Machines. This fellow's is a '67 and it's just awesome looking:
To get the look, I used Tamiya TS-11 Maroon. For the interior, it was TS-46 Light Sand and Testor's Brown on the package shelf, dash top, and floor. Here it is my take:
The kit provides tiny (TINY!!) chrome emblems that go on the stripe. They are easy to lose. Trust me...
That container on real cars has a black and white "FoMoCo" label on it. The kit did not provide a decal for that, but I found a Ford logo in the spares box that fit nicely.
And one final shot of the engine bay under the work bench light. The "Ford" decal on the battery side was part of a larger decal from the kit's sheet. Autolite decal was from the spares box.
Thanks for looking! At the rate I'm building, this might be my one for the year!