I like the trumpeter panel line tool, but the umm-USA scr-01 scriber has a better feel and I rarely ever go "off line" with it. I had a lot of trouble with the back of an x-acto blade. It worked better using the blade only, but never as good and consistent as the scribing tools. Ron.
Outstanding, as usual. Did you do the fold down rear seats? My brother had a 40 ford business coupe many years ago and I remember the fold down seats on that car. Guess they were for Mr. Businessman's briefcase, hence the name business coupe. Ron.
A/S and A/SA were 8 lb classes, I believe. The weight breaks were in half pound increments down to I or J (8.5 for B, 9.0 for C, etc.). Divide Nhra shipping weight by horsepower ( 335 for the 383, I think). So, I would guess the car to be in E or F stock. Headers were allowed, aluminum intake only if it came stock on the car from the factory (roadrunner did not). 7 inch "cheater" slicks (had 2 grooves on tires). Hope this helps. Ron.
Thanks, guys. I was afraid of that. I have a 1:1 1974 gto (race car) and would like to build a model of it, but my skills are limited (have only built 2 models since this model car "addiction" hit me 3 months ago). Ron.