I also have a set of the GMP wheels and tires. Bill didn't mention it in his post, but I confirmed that they are 1/24 scale. So if you are looking for those, be sure the wheel/tire dimensions will fit your project.
Over the last couple of years every time I've interviewed them or asked questions at a show, the response is that there is NO interest in doing any new parts packs or reissuing any old ones. There does not appear to be enough return for the investment. And the last issue of the parts pack engines lack of sales is used as an example. Right now, other than AMT's, Casters like Chief Joseph (Fireball Modelworks) are the best sources. I'm hoping Revell will eventually reconsider, but it does not appear, to me, likely in the near term.
I wish I had brought my camera to take more detail photos from various angles. I am not a NASCAR fan, but those that are could make a better assessment. The obvious thing to me was the molded hood which likely means a curbside/snap kit.
It was brought by Revell to the GTR Auto Modelers meeting last Saturday, November 7. I was there along with other members. The individual posting it is the GTR Club Secretary who shot a photo of it along with items brought by members. The body displayed a thinner passenger side B pillar than driver side. From our NASCAR aficionados, that is a correct depiction.
I go downstairs into the "stash cave" and see about 800 unbuilt models. This year I've got five either done or near completion. So doing the math... However. looking at this list, the Ford GT, ZL1, C7 Foose and 67 Nickey are likely on the list. The ZL1 can be a good base for a custom car. And the Foose C7 may be a better option to do a Z06 C7.R since Revell indicated they are currently not planning any C7 Z06. I, personally, am not a big fan of Fords, Mopars, Porsches, or 29-30 Fords. Not that I would not necessarily build one, but not my main interest. For those that are into them, I'm glad they'll get their chance to buy. I agree with Jonathon on the getting the RoG versus the USA until it is known whether there is warpage in the packing. Also, for those who want to deal with the undersized wheels of the 918, Plamoz wheels just announced corrected wheels for the kit. Also, if I understood correctly, it may be some time before any more 57 Ford variants (aka Ranchero) might show up.