Thanks for the comments fellas. I'm going to try and locate a Tamiya Hiace. You have to bear in mind that Marcia has built a '34 Ford Snap Tite kit. That's it! I think styrene would be easier for her. Also, we live in Citrus County, Fl that has about 130,000 people and is rural to semi-rural. We don't have all the conveniences of the big cities. Stores and services tend to be smaller and few when you can find them. That's part of the reason she wants to build smaller.
Thank you Ray and Ed. I wrap my builds in bubble wrap with the small bubbles and then fit 4 or 5 or them into plastic cases that Marcia found at Wal-Mart. The cases then get put into a drag along shopping cart, also from Wal-Mart. I always bring the "extras" case that has mirrors, LED lights, glue, wire, cutters, etc.
Yesterday at the MAGS contest in Tampa my 1978 Dodge pickup took an ACE award in Street machine, 1970 Buick GSX took a 2nd place in Factory Stock, 1956 Chrysler 300 took a 2nd place in Customs, 1953 Ford convertible took 1st place in Street machine, and my 1936 Ford convertible took 1st in Street Rod. I'm a real happy camper.