I just finished this Revell Model A coupe. I was fortunate to buy it from a Hobbyist last summer at a GG show. It my understanding that the molds were damaged over in China and that it might be awhile before they are ready to put some more on the market. The coupe is a brother to the roadster they introduced last year. Of course I didn't build either one as shipped in the box. The roadster had to receive a flathead from a 32 ford kit while the coupe received the Buick I did not use in the roadster. Somehow it just seemed to me that the coupe looked better with the Buick. The coupe came with a nice SB Chevy that could be built with a blower or tri power. I will try to stuff that into some other project. The coupe was actually quite challenging to build. The top is molded separate from the body and when glued to the body leaves an obvious seam. I managed to find some putty and filled the seam successfully. Sorry about the fuzzy photos but my camera does not have a macro and I don't have the patience to read the book and find out how to take close ups. These wheels actually look pretty good. I added some steel paint to the centers and they really stand out. Sorry you can't see it. I spent some time trying to lower the front end on this kit.Shaved some spring leafs off and trimmed the crossmember, shortened the shocks etc. Didn't seem to make much difference. I wish one day they could get the stance right on these kits . I just added some spark plug wires to the engine. It begs for more detail though. Linkage and fuel lines would be great on this engine. Overall I was pretty happy with both of these kits. The fit of the parts is excellent and there are enough parts included in each kit to build two different styles. Kit bashing with the leftovers is adds to the fun and value of the kits. Although it seems to take me months to get one built anymore and I seldom achieve the quality I want in the build it is still fun and as close as I will likely get to owning a Model A.