The molded bucket seats suck, and my deuce & a quarter's interior has been under massive surgery for some months since i lost the detached inner panels in a fire. However i've decided to refurbished it w/'70 Monte Carlo panels and backseat for the bench & buckets for the backseat inserts, test fitting everything as each piece seems to look good so far.
The '74 Grand Prix & El Camino are claimed to be 1/32 scale kits but are 1/40. I have a '68 GTO & the Green Hornet car that are actual 1/32s and a diecast '55 Chrysler New Yorker that's a 1/43; so the phrase 'size matters' is true.
I bought a diecast '48 Chevy Fleetline because of the most beautiful blue I've ever seen since my birthday present: a brand-new '78 Schwinn Stingray; actually I was 1st reminded of a '68 Road Runner my dad worked on that happen to be almost that hue of blue. Great process!
ditto! I use Duplicolor paints and after eyeing this red so shiny, I'll be revising every primered kit before I lay a drop of paint down, only this time I'm laying it lighter than the directions on the can.