GLM 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special
First, thank you for explaining the problems with your Cadillac, and I see the problems you have, and I agree with your observations. If that was my model, I would return it to the vendor and either trade it or get a refund.
You have not hurt my feelings, because I removed my model from the box and examined it. I don't have those problems. The rocker molding lines up with the front wheel opening molding and the bottom of the doors like up perfectly. If there is a banana shape, I don;t see it, The only thing I see is a little uptick to the end of the molding on the rear doors, which is the same on both sides.
I think if we want to pick a car apart, we can if we look long enough. I am 100% satisfied with my car and I don't see anything wrong with it.
I definitely agree with you regarding the Stamp 1968 Convertible and now, also the 1967 Coupe DeVille. I don't think I will buy either one. I will have to look closely at the 1965 Eldorado Convertible, because I have been considering it.
I'd be interested in what Bob Jackman has to say about his 1958 Fleetwood, Bob, any problems? Mine is a keeper, and I am fussy.
I now have 3 CMF models, and would heartily recommend them for quality. No problems with Goldvarg, some Esval (mot all), some NEO (not all), same for Brooklin. I've been happy with GLM, so far. I try to look them over closely before I buy them, and haven't been stung yet.