The Report function of the forum works well. If you see someone acting up, acting out, or just being an okole, use the Report function. It works! I have it set up so it not only sends me an email, but that email is then marked with a flag, and get's put to the top of my email list. I will try to access/look at the report/topic as soon as possible, but remember, I'm on a six hour time delay, and other mods not only have a life, but a real job as well. k den
China is the Wild West, you may think you can trust them, but they hold all the cards. Even 1:1 car manufacturers have their products ripped off. They're making a "Land Wind" knock off of the Land Rover Evoque right now. Luckily it's not my problem, but I'd be looking to repatriate anything and everything that's gone to China.
1958 (not 1957) was the last year for Hemis. The 252 HP engine would be a 326 poly, 1959 Dodge only. 361 and 383 B engines were available in '59, so one could mate a big block to the iron Torqueflite from a '57 Chrsyler kit.
Looks good. The only thing I'd mention is that the subframe rails are part of the body structure and ought to be body colour. I see a lot of people painting them black as if they were a GM F body or similar. The K-member was a separate piece and that should be black.
US tax return - getting money back from the government*, UK tax return - having to fork out thousands to the government * at least that's how it seems from reading forum posts where US taxpayers seem to expect to get money back in January.
US "winningest", UK most successful US "funnest", UK most fun I still struggle to believe people really use those words.
Heated rear window - the old Skoda joke:ttps://www.leaseyournextcar.com/blog/why-does-skoda-octavia-have-heated-rear-window Having lived all my life in England and also having rebuilt a couple of engines, I've never seen or heard of a Woodruff key referred to as anything else.... The rest of your list looks good, apart from the Allen bolt - that's still an Allen bolt. A US set screw is a UK grub screw.
Wheel Cover - Wheel Embellisher I'm nearly 50 and I've never heard anyone use the term "wheel embellisher". The old metal ones were always hubcaps; new plastic things are called wheel trims. Never heard any normal person use the word backlight either - it's rear window, or rear screen.