It's pretty clear old school print publishing is on the way out. That's been a trend for several years now. The future is digital publications. It's hard to beat the convenience of being able to consume content on any device.
The '67s have the 8 lug wheels. I have the '67 ht and convertible kits, the convertible is in storage, but I just checked the ht. I want to put some Pontiac Rally II wheels w/ redlines on one, maybe Hurst wheels on the convertible.
Saw a solid '57 Ford Del Rio Ranch Wagon in pale green and white, just like the Revell box art kit except for the wheels and tires. Also saw what appeared to be an early '40s Dodge or Plymouth pickup rat rod/rust rod from a distance parked down a side street..
I got in my order today for some parts and a couple kits. I see they announced a new kit today--a '70 Mercury Colony Park wagon.. may have to get that one to go w/ their '70 Ford Ranch Wagon and Country Squire I got a couple years ago.
I'm sure the owner has good insurance. If I had an exotic car, I'd drive it every chance I got... I'm glad my current commute doesn't involve freeways...cross town driving on Camelback or Lincoln is bad enough... it's funny, the most congested part of my commute is the last 2 miles...Missouri from 24th st to 10th st is brutal at 4:30-6 in the afternoons...sometimes takes me 20 min for just that 2 mile stretch..