Yours is a very accurate and clean build of a great subject. I have also "cheated" on a couple of occasions and polished the body rather than painting. With all of the polishing it seems like as much or more work than painting.
It's great to see a post like yours with the history and specs of the subject car. Thanks for sharing.
I really like what you have done there. It's refreshing to see things that are essentially 1950's and 1960's Americana. Although we didn't have a boat when I was growing up I can remember seeing runabouts like the Chris Craft, and my parents owned Studebakers. I would also like to say that your craftsmanship is inspiring. What a great combination. Have you considered taking some outdoor photos or doing some photoshop to place the models in a marina environment?
Your outstanding skills have resulted in making the Healey live and breathe as though it were a real automobile. I have restored some British cars and this makes me think of how one should look when it's presented to the customer. Please share more of your work.