WOW...some really nice looking work! For me, when I was a kid these kits were so much easier to get together when compared to Revell's offerings and I thought they were cooler than the AMT Hot Rods. With all the different 1/24 Monogram cars available over the years the kit bashing possibilities are amazing. Here are the ones I've built over the past few years.
Lookin' good Jesse...if you don't have any luck with the Tamiya Pure White try the Tamiya White Primer...it covers nice, dries flat, and can be buffed to a nice satin finish with just a piece of tissue. Aloha...Pete
Jesse...nice color choice Here's one I built back in 2008, I think they look good in Gold too! The whitewalls turned out pretty nice...what paint did you use for them? Hope you have better luck with paint the second time.
Hey Jesse...looking forward to seeing your take on this old classic kit. There's a nice 1/24 scale 3 deuce set up for this engine in the Monogram 1930 touring and also a nice six deuce set up in Monogram 1930 Woody, either one will look great.
Revell 57 Chevy and 63 Vette Roadster. Used the Snap Kits for my 1st try at using an Air Brush. The Body proportions on the Revell snap kits appears to be better than most full detail kits of the body style.