Good for you, Uncle Scott! I don't think I'd responded to this thread since it came back from the dead, but, hey, if it provides another opportunity to bad-mouth AMT's '58 Plymouth, well... why not? Can't be said enough. And, since I've been closely following the 2016 presidential race, I don't think I'm in any danger of saying the most idiotic thing one could ever hear when doubling-down and saying, "AMT shouldn't be permitted to REISSUE anything until they correct the '58 Plymouth kit!" Meanwhile, I'll have plenty of fun building the old stuff, and the kits that look like what they're supposed to be.
That looks like it could be fun as long as you're not too concerned with making an accurate or detailed model! Body looks cool – like it's been chopped and sectioned already. Lower it on some nice custom wheels, cleanup all those mold lines, give it a nice paint job and some BMF and call it done!
Amazing finish to a very impressive and inspiring project, Bill! That profile shot along with the 3/4 rear views prove that the challenge of the roof swap was worth the effort! The vac windows make a huge difference too. I was sorta hoping you'd do the '61 Ventura next, but I can sure understand wanting to get away from yards of BMF and troublesome windows!