Your craftsmanship is great!! I love this kit warts and all. I have more PLANS to build it than actual completions. I had to build this one first...... Lots of box stock with just a few parts swapped. Fun simple build. Can't wait to see yours finished.....
LOVE those Sq Birds!!!! All based on the Ford Fox platform....the Model T of the Era........I owned 2 Fairmonts, a LTDII wagon and a Mercury wagon like the LTDII......all rugged simple cars. Electronics the only sore spot......it killed my LTDII when it went down and took EFI and IGN with it. But I had paid $900 for it and we used it for 5 years trouble free......she did her job!!!
That's a case of having your cake AND eat it too. All Javelins share many parts, Door skins are the same for all years...same for A pillars and windshields. Shared rear bumpers and spoilers. So if you were to tool a early Javelin converting it later would be easy and really extend the tool life and lower cost.
The new Challengers were new tooling....as is the 69 Dodge Charger snap kit. Yes....I'd like to see more.....some....new tooling. But they have such an extensive library of tooling....not sure I could justify new tooling if I was in charge. There is still a lot of gold in that mine. Let Moebius know what you want in scale.
I've been lucky enough to help out in the kit development area for going on 30 years on and off. I thought, years ago, that I could make better choices than kit companies. But after years of seeing the time (ie money), skill and RISK in the model kit biz I understand better today. And while I still have kit ideas in the back of my mind I want to see become real kits....I understand why they will not. Let's put it this way......want to show you know better than the kit companies?? Put your money up. I know when I suggested an 'off the wall' idea and it was accepted IF I invested my own cash......things change.