is a Revell Pro Street Lincoln LSC.
It is very similar to the Dobbertin Revell Ford Thunderbird kit, and shares many, if not most of the parts as far as I can tell.
This is the second one I have built I believe.
It's a good kit and is quite unique. Not just that it's a Lincoln but the V8 small block Ford engine is a masterpiece unto itself. Running two superchargers and fuel injection induction.
I did replace the seats, only because I did not like the way they looked, and they had a very nasty seam to them. They were made of two separate parts each. Rather than deal with bad seams, putty, and scanding time, I simply replaced them with another set of modern bucket seats I liked.
The interior was painted with some red paint I had, the body was painted with a dark metallic Tamiya color.
This model includes a lot of chrome parts so you have to take care assembling them, and scraping away chrome to glue the parts together well.
All the parts fit well. The full roll cage has multiple parts so it can be finicky, but not as bad as some kits I've built.
Overall I am pleased with the model. The engine and even the pro street chassis would be good for many other custom builds, though these kits are getting harder to find. I bought this one at a model show almost 10 years ago or so.