His resin is very nice. I have had the opportunity to see the development of some of his masters. Michael researches everything he does thoroughly and his detail and casting work are some of the best I've seen. Michael is working on something right now that will impress a lot of builders.
No, the only thing close for those years is the AMT 65 Olds Dynamic 88. You could mate the 65 Grand Prix roof to a 65 Olds body, but then you would have to modify the grille and taillights to make a Starfire/Jetstar.
I had a white 73 Pinto wagon with the brown interior for a while. US slot mags and fat tires. 2300CC engine from a 74. Cool little car. And it looked like the baby brother of my 72 Montego wagon, also white with brown interior.
I heard a tale that GM tried to buy the aluminum V8 tooling from Rover in the mid-70s. Rover declined to sell the tooling but offered to sell GM complete engines. GM declined this offer as they felt Rover's price was too high.
Not sure if that was 100% true, but that's what I heard.