Great car! There's a lot of subtle, extraordinary craftsmanship in this car. It's great to see a traditional style, street driven roadster win this coveted award again. Check out the build thread on this car and its companion '32 on the HAMB to fully appreciate what you're looking at... http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/the-tale-of-two-32-roadsters.955868/
Neat project! That maroon promo looks like one of the Product Miniature Corp. (PMC) models. I believe they were a larger scale, perhaps 1/20th. They also made a Plymouth station wagon, which is a bit more common than the sedan.
Great job so far! Very nice front end treatment that refines the stock design. Outstanding work on the chop. The ultimate early '60s show engine would be an all-chrome cross-ram 413 with white tuck & roll on the fender wells and on the underside of the hood, and polished stainless on the firewall! Angel hair city, man!
Stellar work as always, Steven! Love the color combo, and I've never been a fan of black either, particularly on ragtops, but there's an exception to every rule, and here it is! What adhesive did you use for your rear window and how did you keep the window tight and wrinkle-free? I'd like to steal your idea for my '58 Impala, though the plastic I'd like to use is from a mattress cover package and is more transparent than a poly bag.