Ray, That Diorama gives an interesting setting for your Panzernest. In "the field" I would imagine one of the wagon wheels might have been laid ontop of it while the other would have been leaning against it to make it appear more a part of the area. A well built Kit and Dio to be sure.
For those that lived/grewup in the LA San Fernando Valley area in the 50' - 60's these 3 words will produce a Pavlov bell ringing like mouth Watering - The Helms Truck. It was a (in our area) Panel Truck from the Helms Bakery that had Fresh Bread and Pastries and Doughnuts. Curbside was the Breads and the rear had the Magical doors to the Sweets, and on Wed's only, Apple Strudel ......... The simple mention of Helms brings back that Wonderful blend of Smells.
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/
Ray, seems a shame to enclose that after all you put into it. Could you do an exploded view using clear plastic to hold the parts seperate? From a tacitcal view point, that thing looks like it'd be a Steel Coffin for two that was already 2/3rds buried...........
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.