I like that idea but I think it would be better for an official LeGran coupe variant - the LeGran is already a K-car with a Ciera interior. Anyway, I have plans for the Bluebuck. I am going to make several trim levels. I will need to learn some basic skin making techniques in order to change some of the trim. Here is my idea: Gavril 1000: The entry-level model with body-colored window trim and no tachometer available. Only black steel wheels with hubcaps are available, and no bucket seats. On the other hand, it can be had with any engine you want, but the three-on-the-tree manual or 2-speed auto are the only transmissions available. Gavril Bluebuck: Available bucket seats and body colored wheels with hubcaps. Chrome window trim. All engines are available, and big-block V8's come with up to a floor-shifted 4-speed manual and are bundled with a tachometer. Roadsport: Adds Alder Magnum wheels, more aggressive Plus-Trak diff, bucket seats, floor-mounted shifter, tachometer, 4-bbl carburetor and police suspension to any Gavril fullsize. "Grand Marshal": Introduced in late 1964. Corinthian leather seats, buckets up front, extra chrome on the sides, tachometer, vinyl roof or two-tone paint job, 353 or 423 with either a 3-speed auto or four-on-the-floor. "Bandit Package": Hardtop coupe only. Bucket seats, Alder Magnum wheels, any V8 you like with a 4-bbl carb and four-on-the-floor shifter, aggressive Plus-Trak diff, tachometer, police suspension, body-colored window trim and no extra chrome. Spun off into its own model in 1965, later renamed "Barstow" when a Gavril Bandit was involved in a high-profile bank robbery.