I concur with Tom. These are absolutely beautiful Lots of pigment, covers well, beautiful colors. Very easy to spray. I used a Badger 200 at about 16 to 18 psi. The absolute best thing I've found is that if you have screw up, you can feather it out with wet or dry, and just respray that area. Just like a 1:1 it blends perfectly, no need to respray the entire body, or even an entire panel. It dries satin, so it needs clear. I've used the Aztec clear and its wonderful. I dries rock hard and polishes up great. Here's a couple pics: This is the pearl red with Aztec clear. No wetsanding, just a good polish with "Ultimate Restore" a polish made for slot cars.
And here's some messing around on my part. This is how it looks without clear. This paint goes on real smooth.
Absolute yes to that Maroon '30. I thought I recognized that red 27 Roadster pickup... thinking this is what it used to look like.Comparing the two pics side by side, I'm not sure. Engine placement is different on this one, and the headlights are a lot further forward. I like this one better.
What about these two? What does your discerning eye think?
I edited this post after had written that Don Loomis aka Escort500XL aka Sandel7 had them at one time. I don't think that's correct. You can google him, or peruse his 625 pictures at the link. I'm sorry, but I dont have any contact info for him. https://www.flickr.com/photos/escort500xl/