The '56 Chevy Pickup is a Yat Ming, real wood veneer in the bed. The '53 Ford tow truck it also a Yat Ming, with a 292 Y-block out of a '55 Revell Thunderbird. It has scratch-built mirrors, front bumper, turn signals, back bumper, tow boom and winch. Real wood in the bed. Hand built 'steelie' wheels. The '50 Chevy is a Mira, with radiused rear fenders, hand built 'steelie's, deepened in the rear. I bought all three off of E-bay. The '56 truck and '50 Chevy are more or less copies of 1/24 plastic kits I built when I was a teenager. . . My goal is to someday have a 1:18th scale die cast wrecking yard. . . Distressed vehicles take about twice as long to build.