Start here. They are available as decals or 3d emblems that can be pressed on (adhesive backed). Also some Revell of Germany kits have the shield emblems on their decal sheet. https://www.google.com/search?q=1/24+scale+ferrari+emblems&biw=1673&bih=821&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi62s6Kj-zPAhWC7YMKHcGIAcIQsAQIGg
It is. I have a couple of 64's and 65's in the basement stash. But, as stated, it would have been nice to have a 4 wheel drive. I don't offhand know, but am wondering if the AMT Blazer 4x4 is similar enough and could fit?
As I understand from Revell, the Suburban is new, but uses the designs of the 65 stepside pickup for the chassis and suspension. Wheelbase for the short bed/Stepside is the same as the Suburban, 115 inches (excluding special variants). Also, as already noted here, the majority of Suburbans were 2 wheel drive and Revell was unable to justify doing a 4 wheel drive for this. I did mention, as an example, that the majority of C7's sold, thus far, are Z06's, but Revell did a standard C7, but that didn't get very far. A standard C7 was what they had to measure. So, in essence, this is the follow on to their 64, 65, 66 pickups previously issued. Remember, as they have iterated to me several times in interviews, parts trees are built into each mold for a model. They may benefit from the design of the parts, e.g. suspension, frame and engine, but they need to design it into the new mold. If over 50% of a previous kit is redesigned, it is considered a new tool. Otherwise it is a modified reissue. If no changes to the mold, but possible changes to box art, instructions or decals, it is usually considered a reissue.
That IS NOT THE CASE with the F-100 and it has been discussed here many times. This is a new tool and reflects FOOSE's truck, and is NOT a STOCK build. Foose's truck is quite unique and they measured the actual vehicle. The Suburban will be STOCK and be 2 wheel drive even though the GM Heritage version measured is 4 Wheel Drive.
The Mazda can be built stock or race. The race parts will be included. I forgot to ask about the 69 Yenko Vette.