Well it took me awhile to get the interior done on this car because I was concentrating on finishing up the Mercury first. The molded upholstery pattern on this interior was not the same as that in the brochure that Charlie mentioned, so I went with a more lighter blue color to closely match the body color. The tub interior is not easy to paint detail (none of them are) but patience and a steady hand can help. I used embossing powder on the carpet, package tray and seat back inserts. This was my first try at using embossing powder and I'm pretty happy with the results. It gives a nice texture on seats too. BMF trim and pieces of chrome strips from the Galaxie '48 Chevy are on the door panels along with resin door handles and vent window cranks. The dash is painted body color with BMF and chrome silver paint along with some speedo, radio & shifter gauge faces from my parts box, covered with clear epoxy for lenses. I made the column shifter and turn signal stalk from pieces of shirt pins. (Sorry about the fuzzy pictures).
OK Joe (Vettecote)... Now I can see the "cog"...... but does this delete ALL of the messages?? Or just each individual message? There are some messages and/or conversations that I don't want to delete just yet.
It seems that currently there is no way to delete old PM's since the Forum changeover. We can only store just so many PM's before "the mailbox is full" and then we can't receive new PM's. It was easy to delete them in the "old" setup. I understand that Dave Ambrose is looking into this problem and we'll hopefully be advised of a "fix" soon.
Dave I think that Chrysler is a 1/32 scale kit and it has a multi piece body. I'd go with the Moebius '56 Chrysler kit if I were you. BTW Dave, I've been trying to send you a PM for a couple of days and it's telling me that you can't receive messages. Either there is a problem, or, you need to delete a bunch of your old messages because you're only allowed to keep so many... It's like your mailbox is full.
The mailman delivered a package today. I won a bid on EBAY for a 1/24 scale diecast model of a 1955 Pink Cadillac that Elvis bought for his Mom. Since no model was made of a '55 Cadillac, this fills in a "hole" in my 1950's car collection. It really is a pretty car.