You did good on that one. It definitely brings back memories! I had an original issue when I was a kid and I remember that it fought me! I saved the engine and the canopy. The canopy became a hood bubble on a Challenger!
That is, without a doubt, the most perfect weathering job I've ever seen. I guarantee that with the right background you would have the most seasoned modeler believe that is a 1:1 car! Freakin' awesome!
The AMT body looks like it got hit in the back by a truck. The quarter panels look like the result of bad body work, so it would be correct to replicate my 1:1 '68 road runner! Don't even get me started on those tail lights. The car looks like they started out well at the nose and gave up on everything behind the door jambs.
That is a Perry's hood. I used the Johan interior tub as the better detailed AMT tub would not fit well. I stated earlier that I used an AMT '71 Charger chassis. That is incorrect. I used an AMT road runner chassis.