I just wish I could get my hands on one right now. No one in the Austin area has the kit. I talked to a hobby shop owner in PA who told me about Revell's "Preferred Partners". I called that shop to buy one over the phone and get overnight shipping, so I could work on it this weekend. Overnight shipping is 32 bucks. I'll hold out. I wonder if Tamiya's Jaguar 3.8L inline six will fit in between the firewall and radiator. If not, it's early hemi time.
Cool story, bro! Seriously- I do share your enthusiasm. I'm in for at least three. I have a Tamiya Jaguar 3.8 inline 6 and Moebius early hemi waiting to be swapped in. I also have a Jimmy Flintstone '27 T roadster body. I think this kit will be a huge success for Revell. I'm anxious to see what will be available from the aftermarket. I think it's a safe bet that someone will offer a body with stock rear wheel openings, along with transverse rear leaf spring. (I like the raised openings. It's a model of a hot rod, and I'd do it that way in real life)
I built a box for a more modern chassis; Revell's 1999 Chevy pickup. The box turned out really nice. I found out it is not easy to build a square (rectangular) box from sheet plastic. Clamps from the LHS helped with the 90 degree joints. I even milled holes for the running lights. I then found out that most service companies don't use box trucks. They are too big and fuel thirsty. (I was an apprentice at a construction plumbing company at the time I posted the OP. They used box trucks.) I ended up not finishing the truck model. I gave the box to a friend who builds commercial vehicles.
Here's the box, with some other stuff http://media.fotki.com/1_p,wwkbsbgwbkrqfrtxwbbkrtkwswr,vi/dtsbqsktwxdtrtgqgrq/3/35189/329049/HPIM0131-vi.jpg
If it's T-section styrene, Raboesch does make 2mm x 2mm. It was sold in the US briefly. A hobby shop in Austin still has a display, but most of the stock is gone. I just stopped by there. They do have a 2mm x 2mm I-section. Maybe you could slice off a bit for a T. Either way, 2x2 is made, it just might take some searching. Could be easy on eBay from Europe.
There are other resin T roadster bodies out there. Perry's Resin lists one. There's also one with stock hood and grille. Check here for a thread about the need for a '26/'27 Tee roadster ("Tee" spelled out. Not just the letter). But yeah, I would also love to see a kit of that. In the other thread, my suggestion was for a T roadster body on the upcoming Model A chassis, with engine choices from Revell/Monogram Midget racers; a Ford V8-60 and/or Offenhauser 4-cylinder.