OK, thanks a bunch for the great answers, fellas. I checked my Revell '71 kit, and indeed the louver is there but doesn't seem to fit all that well on the '70, so I probably will not use it. It probably sounds lame, but I will not be foiling the window trim on my 1970 Hemi 'Cuda, and I was hoping to cover up the back window, so that it won't be quite so noticeable that it has no chrome trim.
Actually, there are several areas that have now seen the paint sanded/polished through to the primer, but when I'm 100% finished polishing (another couple of days), I'll just touch-up those areas with the airbrush, and re-polish. I did this on my Challenger body, and it worked out fine. Also, the interior on this thing is going to be quite boring, as it appears that almost everything is black, with precious little color elsewhere, but perhaps that's a good thing, at least in this case.
Thanks, Jonathan that's what I was afraid of. Are aftermarket tires that are appropriate, even available anywhere, Dan? I may have a deal in the works for the original truck, working on a viable swap option now.
That may be what I'm thinking of, regarding the Yukon, Rob, so thanks for the clarification. It seems apparent that I'll never own either either a Silverado or Yukon, so models may be the only real hope I have of ever having one.
I'm also very much interested in either a 1:24 or 1:25 GMC Yukon (year doesn't really matter), but have had no luck whatsoever in finding one, other than die-cast, which is certainly not going to be my first choice.
Aside from the (apparently hard to find), Revell '99 Silverado, which appears to be stock, I found this kit last night. My question: Does this kit have parts to build stock, or only this low rider looking thing?