I built everything but the Boss Mustang F/C back in the day when they were new, but I did score an unbuilt one a few years ago for reasonable $$. Picked up the Camaro reissue back in the '90s, probably the best looking out of the F/C bunch, IMO. Will probably do them OTB, just pure nostalgia. I'm not really too keen on the Maverick, probably the weirdest looking attempt at a serious funny car body ever, again IMO. I remember getting the '70 Grande' at Radio Shack for something like .99 w/coupon at Christmastime back in the early '70s. Not really my fav. Mustang body style but hey, it had a drag option!
My first was a '66 Dodge Coronet 440 convertible handed down from my mom.
Oh, and it was a typical Chicagoland rust bucket with a 225" slant six.
Even though the 440 designation referred to trim level, I regularly got what was left of my doors blown off by people thinking it meant what was under the hood.
I had all 3 of the 1/32 drag kits back in the day (early '70s).
Monogram really nailed it on those in a way that hasn't, IMHO, been equaled yet in any scale.
Like what Snake touched on earlier about the Fiat, they all just look prototypically "right".
I'm talking stance, proportions, wheel/tire size, engine location, etc.
I recall reading somewhere that they were patterned after real cars of the time. The Willys was a take on KS Pittmans' car, the '34 Ford was based on Ron Gerstners' strip/show car, and I can't recall the Fiats' origin.
They really captured the look of the subject matter in a satisfying way.