Here's something I picked up a while ago and started in the lull since the Nationals a couple of weeks back. It's the fairly new Mirror Models Quad Mk.II with the No. 5 Body.
I have to say that the Mirror Models are certainly worth what you pay for them. They are particularly expensive in the grand scheme of things, I think this kit was around the $60 - $70 mark. The detail is very fine and the build is almost like the real thing, they seem to have thought of everything.
The kit consists of 6 x Sprues, 3 smallish sheets of PE and 4 vinyl tyres plus a couple of bits of copper wire.
Really the only thing I found slightly "off" with the kit is the PE, but only because it's a bit thinner than what most manufacturers use so it deforms easily.
Still it builds up in to a really nice kit with lots of fine details, there's still a lot of fiddly bits to go on but here's the work in progress forgive the drive fit of some of the parts.
It's the No. 5 Body on the Mk.III chassis, the normal Quads that everyone knows from the venerable Tamiya kits were Mk.II's I believe.
I've almost done with the interior, it's going to be a closed door job so you'll only see the detail through the windows anyway.
Thanks for looking, if you want to see them close up click on the photo then load the full resolution images (they are about 4-5MB each).