I've got the 1/20th Dodge Stealth, the 1953 Ford and 1966 Chevelle. All three are really nice kits. The detail's a little light on the Dodge, but it builds up pretty well. The Ford and Chevelle are as detailed as anything I've ever built. Some of the Lindberg kits are old Pyro, Palmer or IMC kits, and they can be a little weird depending on the kit.
You know, I wasn't too interested in building a General Lee kit until I read the post for that last one. Now I want to build one out of spite. PC people need to go away. You DO NOT have the right to not be offended by anything.
The full-detail Chrysler Turbine is definitely worth getting. There aren't many kits that even today have that level of detail. Opening doors,hood and trunk, full engine and suspension (with springs). Jo-Han really outdid themselves. It's not an easy kit, but it builds up nice.
Trumpeter kits tend to have some weird issues. The Monte Carlo wasn't bad except for the engine. I ended up using the engine out of the Revellogram MC SS. Their Bonneville ended up building up really well.