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.
Thanks guys. Don, I am by no means the king of anything, especially BMF. You should only know how I sometimes have to re-do spots because of either wavy lines or tears. New blades help a lot to prevent tears in the foil and scribing weakly defined trim areas helps to prevent wavy lines. Above all, patience is the key to having a good foiling job. I must be a real glutton for punishment by wanting to build all of these 50's cars with yards of chrome trim.
Thanks again guys. John, I found that this kit went together very well. Just be careful when you trim and attach the vacu-formed glass. You've got to trim the glass as close as possible to the bottom of the window openings, yet leaving just enough to be able to glue the glass in place, in order to be sure that the glass doesn't prevent the interior & dashboard from fitting up into the body completely. Also, you may have to drill completely through the wheel back axle holes to allow the assembled wheels/tires to fit properly inside the body/wheelwells.