This one has a story behind it. I built it way back when this model first came out and sold it at a show in Pa. This was back when I used to bake the models in the oven after painting. You have to be very careful. When it gets to a certain temperature the paint will suddenly smooth out like glass but it's very easy to ruin it. And it doesn't always happen at the same temperature. I use clearcoat now and polish the paint if I have to. I liked this Caddy and was always kind of sorry I hadn't kept it. Then a year or so ago I thought I spotted it on Ebay. I can usually recognize my work. It was dirty, missing parts, and needed a lot of TLC but it appeared the paint was still good. I got it for very little. When I received it I saw that the paint was still perfect so I got the parts from Amanda and returned the model to it's original beauty. I'm happy to have it back. When I originally built it I left the roof raw white metal and brushed it to resemble stainless steel. The chrome trim is all foiled, even around the windows. I also changed the tires and hand painted correct whitewalls as these cars came from the factory with narrow ones.