1957 Chrysler 300C
There was little flash on the engine parts with excellent details. You get just a basic Hemi engine.
Deep engraving can be seen on the door panels making it easy to detail paint. Seats and side panels are separate pieces from the floor. I used a Testors flat tan and flat black as called for on the detailed instruction sheet.
The body went together very well with no adjustments necessary. My choice was to go with the Tru-Color artic white paint to maintain the factory stock look.
The frame rails are separate from the chassis pan. Front, rear suspension, and exhaust are all separate pieces. All together, they make for a very pleasing assembly.
The instructions are several pages long with suggested paint color for specific parts and a numbered list to tell you what part is what .
This was a very enjoyable kit to build with very little to non-existent flash on the parts. Thank you to IPMS for allowing me to review this kit.