The Lindberg chrome trees include wire wheels (for separate vinyl tires, unlike the Pyro kit), engine block and all engine parts, headlights and other lights, dashboard and shift/brake levers, bumpers and hood exhaust pipes, windshield frame, side mirror, hood ornament. You'll probably have to make some repair to chrome parts when you remove them from the thick sprue attachments. None of the body parts are plated or replaced with chrome parts -- grille, rocker step plates, rear fender stone guard plates, hood side vents -- or anything originally molded onto the body. If you want whitewall tires, you'll have to paint them yourself or find replacements. The latter is a good idea since the kit tires are a tad small. I regret that I can't post images, because I can't copy and paste anything from my desktop anymore since the forum was revamped, and don't have access to any reply boxes. My text posts like this one are from my iPad, and I don't know how to copy and paste that way.
I hope your buyer understands that this is worth four figures. At least 1K, whether it's a plastic kit or scratch built from wood. If it were built from a wood kit or from scratch, much more than that figure.
I agree with most of the posts above, though the grille shell looks too vertical to me. I have the kit but haven't built this issue yet, though I did so decades ago when it was a Pyro kit. The 2006 Lindbergh reissue, unlike Pyro, has plated chrome parts. Nits based on my observations: Most models seem to have problems with a decent hood fit; the windshield frame is inaccurate; the chrome step plates on the running boards are too big; tires and wheels look too small; molded door panel seams stick out instead of being engraved in. Decals are so-so, using gray ink for parts that would be chrome. Most of those issues can be overcome with some diligence. But my biggest pet peeve is box art that shows a real car and not the model (however, it's decent reference for what the 1:1 looks like). But you can get that on Google.
You can see a nice build on this site by 70mach1 that he posted under glass in February 2014.
This time, clicking on the reply box sent me to goodneighborhotels.com. The reply box on this forum is like travel advisor.com, sending me on all kinds of adventures Anyway, I'm back and I just wanted to say I'm blown away by those friction shocks.
I always thought that '99 Charger at the top was a terrific design and should have been used rather than the rolling brick that the Charger became. Still looks great to me after 16 years. But is it an heir to the original Cuda? No.
You can adjust those images any way you wish, from making a large screen shot to reducing the big images to smaller, to-scale photo paper images, screen shots, etc., take to a laser printer service, etc There are a multitude of ways to get fine-quality prints from any of those very large images. Are you clicking to enlarge the thumbnails? They're very big.