I figure I'd use the Monte Carlo model for Chevys/Dodges as the C-pillar is similar to the Chevrolet SS/Dodge Charger and I would use the Troyer Corvette for the Toyota/Ford models, though on occasion I would also use the Mustang model if there are no B-pillar decals.Nice. I think it would look so much better on the Troyer, though (or even the Cavalier). But thats only because I associate it with today's modifieds, in which there aren't Chevy/Ford/Dodge bodies or models. The chassis manufacturers all have their own bodies (and some teams even do custom body panels). That "Monte Carlo" model is the equivalent of a Chassis Dynamics car, which isn't all that common today. And if Chase were to run a modified (or even most Cup drivers for that matter) it most-likely wouldn't be in a Chassis Dynamics car. It would be in a Troyer or LFR (which is kind of like the Cavalier model).
Nonethless, nice work.