Rob, Glad you discovered the Kit it came from. From that info it seems it was used prior to that in a less glamorous release of the same Kit. http://public.fotki.com/drasticplasticsmcc/mkiba-build-under-c/monogram-instructions/straightline-competition/monogram-chevy-el-c/
Two terms that have come into common use in the last few years that although may be just Perfector their situations but confound me are FitMENT and Flavor PROFILE. I just can't understand the need for the capitalized portions.
Jan, I looks like you did a good Job with the Paint. You might want to take it outside to show off that Finish. And if you have Pictures of the Interior prior to assembly it also looks like you did a good job detailing it also.
Hi There Sheena. For both you can use say a Scale 1/2" which'd be 0.020" which for BARE wire would be AWG 25 but if you were to wander up or down a bit, no problem. Now the whole thing gets turned over when Insulation to the equation. Say you want a Red + Battery Cable and a Black -. Then you, given the degree that you want to be accurate (keeping in mind - The If your Eye Likes it and it's Your Build, it's OK Rule) may want to get a Micrometer and check for overall thickness. Now for bare wire here's a conversion chart that you can convert Inchs to Wire Gages, AWG for the US. http://www.csgnetwork.com/wireconversiontable.html