All we ever get are 2dr high performance models. For years and even today cars are made in4dr and wagon versions of the same basic car. Standard trim to Deluxe. Base engine thru to coveted hi-po mills. One of my favorite cars is the 1963 Ford Galaxie 500. I would love to be able to add the 2dr hardtop, 4dr hardtop and 4dr wagon versions alongside the venerable old AMT '63 1/2 Fastback XL.
I'm not bitching about the '63 fastback. Better to have that than nothing. Even if the AMT kit has the wrong interior. But how the hell am I ever going to have a collection of Sheriff Andy Taylor's Mayberry '60-68 Ford squad cars with this ongoing 2dr bias? How will I ever build up a collection of 40s-70s military base 4dr station hacks in resplendent USAF blue and Army OD? ;-)
THE QUESTION: Is there a need/interest/market for kits of the lesser brethren of the over exposed muscle cars? Or am I just a lone wolf here on this point?
Do you have a favorite that continues to be overlooked?
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