It's not clear to me if these tools survived the trip from Detroit to Baltimore and out to Dyersville, IL. It wouldn't surprise me if some of the tools were taken away like the 1934 Ford pickup that ended in Lindberg's hands. If ERTL didn't do them , they are probably lost
It might be like the 50 Ford where 1/2 the Styline parts returned. I looked at the Round2 picture and it appears to be a 1970-1972 issue kit. The styline parts disappeared in the late 60s I believe. No sure if the chrome axles are going to be there or not too. The original kit gave the option of running a straight metal axle or steerable wheels in the front. It will be interesting to see.
The Owens has 2 nice Evinrude 75 hp outboard motors. The other kit, the Century Coronado is an inboard. It was one of the hottest selling boats in 1959*1960. These kits realy need a 4 wheel boat trailer which is up to the modeler. The AMT boat /trailer was a Chris-Craft Cutlass , also a popular boat
Because it was exactly here it happened. Mabye, general topic would be better. Snake is correct. It was the ad that changes. I should have snapped a cell photo. It was not exactly a virus but a link to extract my name and password; to get full entry to my computer, they wanted my cell number too by insisting that I call. Ctrl-Alt -delete did no good as did pulling the battery. Mal Ware found nothing. I als able to X out close each browser window , then it disappeared. I hope for good.