Just ckd, both wheel lip and rocker mouldings were standard equipment on a 1969 Coronet R/T . Thats not to say the restorer didn't like them ( or didn't have them ) and just decided to leave them off. http://www.hamtramck-historical.com/images/dealerships/DealershipDataBook/1969/69_Coronet0021.jpg
If the CMG charger is complete enough to build . Its probably worth somewhere in the $75 to MAYBE $100 range with the box. As long as its not a glue bomb. A few months back there was a mint unbuilt one that went for months listed for about $175 ,,no idea if it ever sold. Out of the vintage CMG cars,,,, it's the easier of the 3 to find and value reflects that. If the subject isnt to your liking it makes pretty good trade material. The one I have I picked up at a swap meet maybe 10 years ago, and if memory serves me right I paid less than $40 for mine. It had been started and is missing a piece of the interior tins ( still need it btw ) Otherwise it was all there in the box ( long since sold the box for darn near what I paid for the kit ). Back then the kit was just a little bit tougher to find than it is now. If it was the 68 Color Me Gone charger,,,, we would be talking .
A decent builder 63 Fury is probably worth about $30
I've bought most all the late 50s to mid 60s curbside style kits made back then. So.... now would be a good time to release a few of them, But I'm not holding my breath,,,as I doubt those tools even exist today. Personally I would love to see maybe a 59 Olds or Pontiac based off the 59 Chevy Impala kit tool ( if thats possible ) Or maybe a 58-59 Desoto based off the 57 Chrysler 300 tool
WOW. I'm amazed how well this one polished out. Spent maybe just over an hour. and have probably 2/3rds of the body wet sanded and polished. A LOT of the graininess is gone ( some if it is in the base coat and I cant do anything about it. ) but the shine is amazing. I can actually tell what kind of bulb is in my office room light. I LOVE this color ,,but its tough to get to show the true color on the PC. I've added a picture of the car I'm using as inspiration.