Aztec is awesome. I love it. The clear is fantastic, dries rock hard and polishes up great. I was sold on it as soon as it came out of the airbrush. But Ron, why do you thin it? Its airbrush ready as it comes in the bottle.
When I was around 55 the restaurant the g/f and I go to frequently offered us the senior menu. It offended her so much that she refused to go back for years. Fortunately she's not taking herself too seriously anymore, but sheesh, 5 bucks or more off our meals, who'd not like that? It's a plus too, to put blame on my age when forgetting things. I like to use "hey, gimme a break, I'm old and feeble" It usually elicits a few chuckles.
Maybe its got something to do with taking oneself too seriously. If I cant say it in a couple paragraphs, or in a few pics, it's just not that important. I don't feel the need to share drain plug relocation in three views with text.
The thing that bothers me even more is when one, or multiple persons, include all of the pictures plus the text they are quoting. I mean, people do realize that they can remove pics from a quote, right? That's a joke, of course they don't.
The Advent/Revell kit was the "Heavy Hugger" and has that horrible body and a not so good chassis. The AMT "Funny Hugger" doesn't have the correct chassis, it's more a later 70's style. Heres a pic from the box.
And the Judge funny is wrong too, its the original 60's generic MPC offering.
I'm pretty sure that the basic kit ( frame and running gear, engine ) is the old Wilhelm's Wild Dream kit which became the Ice Cream Truck. That's probably in Round 2's inventory, but I would doubt that the molds for the body and other specific parts are still around.