OK so it's very late saturday nite here and I just finsihed this old AMT '41 Plymouth coupe. It's chopped about six scale inches. The rear portion of the top is moved back and made from the carson top out of Revellogram '48 Ford convertible, narrowed, trimmed and filled to fit. Grille is stock, headlamps from AMT '50 Ford, trimmed from three bar kustom grille and the front bumper is AMT '50 Merc. Now the interesting bit here is it's from the late kit that has those butt ugly big wheels, the earlier kits having a cros bar between the overiders (bumperettes?) on both front and rear bars (a little model car trivia). Hood is nosed and filled, otherwise stock, I though about Appletons, but think it looks cleaner wothout them. Fadeway fenders made from tube cut in half and ground to fit, filled with flat sheet and a little model car bondo. All fenders have had the reveals removed and are now smoothly moulded to the body. Rear skirts are scratch built from flat sheet. Rear bumper and tailamps are also from AMT '50 Merc kit, decklid decromed but otherwise stock, with rear pan moulded to body. Interior is largely stock with chrom foil detailing o the dash and a Chevy steering wheel. Paint is a blend of 75% Honduras maroon, 20% deep gold metalflake and 5% bright red pearl, sprayed over a chartruese metalflake base. It has a couple of small flaws and maybe I'd do a few things different if I did it again, which considering I still have a few more of these kits, is quite possible.