The interior work is very nice. I only wish that JoHan had scribed some more detail into that interior, as the backs of the seats look like a blob. I have a '71 Eldorado that I am restoring,
and I made the decision to cut the seats apart to add needed detail. Unfortunately, that move put the model back in the box for the foreseeable future. That said, your interior is gorgeous, and my model is still in the box!
That one could result into a wild looking ride. I have one of the '64 El Caminos on my build list. When I bought my kit, it was supposed to be a new, unbuilt kit, but I found that the previous owner brush painted the Westcraft Boat poorly, and stuck it back in the box. Fortunately, the person I bought it from made good on the discrepancy to my satisfaction, and I was able to get a resin copy of the Westcraft for my model. I may build a small trailer for it, instead of mounting it on the bed. The painted Westcraft boat went to a friend in our club.
That is one beautiful model. I have fond memories of that car. At a race at Acquasco, Md in the '70's, Dyno Don was about to race "Da grump" when his drive line locked up after the initial burnout. Unfortunately the car could not continue, and we pushed the car up on the trailer. Having a pit pass has its advantages.
Thanks for posting this shot. It lets me know what I am in for if I decide to correct the body, Funny thing though, 99% of the people who will buy this kit could not care less, and 99% of the 1% will not bother to fix the sides of the car. When I built my '67 Fairlane gt, I cut the lower body sculpture into the car. Funny, AMT included the sculpture on the '66 Fairlane GT annual, and completely left it off of the '67.
It made all the difference in the world to me, and it was not too difficult to do.