Model By Gary Fishel

You can use Alclad, for a really great chrome-like finish on the bright-work components of the kit, send them out for plating, or fight with BMF to do the job. Personally, I'd go with the Alclad finish. It's available in spray cans or for use in an air brush.

As a "Freebie," your kit also includes enough of our new window glazing material to do several models... That's it shown below on one of our 1957 Chevrolet Sport Sedans. This one was built and detailed by Bob's Curbside 66. More photos and details are available at The Resin Realm.

...and some of our new "Chrome Trim" mylar stock for making interior and exterior trim pieces. It's real chrome plate, only a few thousandths thick, and is great for mirrors, dash, headliner and door trim, p/u bed strips and'll probably find a gazillion other uses for it. Unlike BMF it's chrome on both sides and has no adhesive coating. It's also not as flexible as BMF, but then again, it's not as fragile either. The last two pix tell the story.