Wow, nice! I have one sitting half-finished...really it just needs painted because I messed up the first attempt. That looks excellent.
I have a resin IMSA Cougar body sitting around that I bought a while ago. Not sure if I'll be able to do anything with it, it's got a broken A-pillar and part of the spoiler is missing. But it's my favorite of all the IMSA cars.
Awesome! I have the #25 version of that kit, along with a couple of the IMSA ones that used the same basic tooling. I have a Penngwen resin Merkur body waiting to be built with a Camaro donor chassis, as well as a resin IMSA Cougar body that needs some repairs made before it can get built.
oh boy...I agree on the chrome parts attached in bad spots. also, clear parts can suffer from bad sprue design. engine halves that don't line up no matter what you do, and tires that have severe marks on the tread from the mold, or got misaligned completely.
also, radiator hoses are a pain in the butt no matter what you do but my biggest pet peeve is when I screw up and don't notice until it's too late. glue on a body panel, scratches on the windshield, cutting a part too deep, sanding too much from a body panel, or having the whole darn thing put together before I realize I missed a bunch of mold lines.