And the interrior is... wow, the wood and the trim on the door pannels... wow.
How did you do the wood look on the wheel and the console???
(*i think*... my memory ain't what it used to be) :
The charger came with several diff grille and window configs... the window on the daytonas was flush with the rear roof line for aero, the regular config was set back in (even a little more than this kit shows) then they also sold a charger (dont remember the model designation) that had a flush front grille also for nascar advantage (like the torino talladega). Although I think the stock grille with the headlights recessed, looks much better. They were very low production numbers, but they were out there... that may be one reason so many of the companies get the things mixed up, they just dont know which model within the same year they are trying to match (although they should).
I've also had good luck with small diamater safety wire. Its bendable, comes in different sizes (to fit your scale) and it can be cut with any old wire snippers (or scissors as long as you dont tell the boss... )
The right color on the manifolds, the right color on the motor, the floc work, the speaker grils, even the rb 90 deg filter mount... and the foil work, wow (i never have been able to do that right) in some ways looking on her is inspirational, in others it's depressing LOL
Great job on the charger.
(my first car, but mine was green... i still miss that car)