Thank Don and Gaute. Gaute - I tried to get a bit of brown, dirty sludge right behind the wheel wells. I was afraid of messing it up so it was definitely not as strong or "dirty" as it could have been. Maybe I can go back and add some more. Thanks for the picture. I know what you mean about all the salt. Starts eating away at the paint too.
Carl, John, Ken, Mark, Bo, Charlie, Gene, Richard, Mike, Ron and Tom - Thank you so much. I appreciate you guys taking time to leave comments. Mark - I didn't think about that. Probably using a wet brush to remove some of the snow from the middle of the hood would capture that effect. John - Christmas is already everywhere. I wanted to make sure I beat the deadline for the MOTM as well! Charlie - The snow is from Woodland Scenics pictured below. Tom - You're right that using tape would have given me a cleaner line. I didn't think of BMF and it would've helped a lot because I used the same paint I used on the body so it was thin and it seeped through the blue tape I used on the door panels. I also see what you mean about the seat belts. I will try that next time. I didn't even think of the style. I love how you added the thickness though. Also noticed that my seat belts are a bit longer than they should be. I appreciate the tips.
Here is my last complete build. It's my MOTM entry for the holiday theme. Resin 1956 Ford Country Squire. I'm thinking about a few more trees in the background. I love it even though there are a few flaws like I noticed I should have sprinkled more snow on the front end to get a comparable amount on the wreath. What else could I have done better?