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This miniature base comes in packs of three. Each base is suited for small models like 1:72 scale aircraft or AMT’s line of STAR TREK® Cadet Series kits. The supports are 2” tall and stand on 2” wide bases. They feature simple snap assembly for a very handsome display.

KIT FEATURES:
• Each pack includes THREE BASES
• Skill Level: 1 (ages 8 and up)
• Simple snap assembly
• Each assembled base is 2” tall
• Perfect for STAR TREK Cadet Series kits or 1:72 aircraft models


AMT Presents SpeedKit Rev ‘n Roll! A new series of kits with super-simple screw together assembly! No paint or glue required! These jumbo-sized models come prepainted and decorated with gleaming chrome wheels! They’re the perfect project for young modelers trying the hobby for the first time. And once the kits are built, they can be played with too! Each model is manufactured from durable materials, including the Rev ‘n Roll friction motor! A youngster can build the model in about 15 minutes then rev it up and watch it roll on its own! Get in on the fun and action with AMT SpeedKit.

KIT FEATURES:
• 8 inches in length
• Super simple screw-together assembly - no paint or glue required
• Pre-painted and decorated body, all other parts molded in color
• Gleaming chrome wheels and low profile tires
• Manufactured from durable plastics, suitable for play
• Perfect fun for youngsters, irresistible to collectors



AMT’s Parts Packs are positively popular! The Kats’ latest release features a pair of popular 1970s-era dirt bikes in 1/25 scale. They go great with vans, pickups and full dioramas, but they’re super-detailing lets them stand on their own as great little scale replicas! The parts pack includes parts to build TWO bikes and each comes with additional carrying-rack parts that can be attached to the rear bumper of a van or truck.

KIT FEATURES:
• 1/25 scale, skill 2
• Molded in gray
• Parts for 2 complete 1970s-era dirt bikes
• Never before available as a double parts pack
• Assembly instructions printed on back of packaging
• Retro Deluxe™ parts pack packaging





The Return of AMT's 1/32 Kit Series Has Begun!
AMT's Scale Stars represents a fine series of vintage 1/32 glue-assembly kits. They are great for beginners but will build into nicely detailed models that seasoned veterans will enjoy too. The bodies and related parts are also great for converting into 1/32 electric slot cars!

  • Scale: 1/32
  • Skill Level: 2 (ages 10 and up)
  • Glue assembly, paint required
  • Molded in White
  • Retro Deluxe 1/32 scale glue-together kit
  • Easy to assemble with under 30 parts
  • One piece body
  • Molded in white
  • Many chrome plated parts
  • All new full color decals
  • Vintage style packaging

AMT Presents SpeedKit Rev ‘n Roll! A new series of kits with super-simple screw together assembly! No paint or glue required! These jumbo-sized models come prepainted and decorated with gleaming chrome wheels! They’re the perfect project for young modelers trying the hobby for the first time. And once the kits are built, they can be played with too! Each model is manufactured from durable materials, including the Rev ‘n Roll friction motor! A youngster can build the model in about 15 minutes then rev it up and watch it roll on its own! Get in on the fun and action with AMT SpeedKit.

KIT FEATURES:
• 8 inches in length
• Super simple screw-together assembly - no paint or glue required
• Pre-painted and decorated body, all other parts molded in color
• Gleaming chrome wheels and low profile tires
• Manufactured from durable plastics, suitable for play
• Perfect fun for youngsters, irresistible to collectors



First released in 1972, AMT's zany Royal Rail show rod is back! It's a wild ride for all the Kingdom's Koolest Kats! Featuring an injected motor with "hear ye! trumpet" intakes, hyper-wide "gumball" slicks, super long chrome forks, this deluxe dragger can beat all the village wagons! Royal Rail's "crowning achievement" is it's cozy "fit for a king" interior, sporting a psychedelic "pop-bottle glass" rear window, "aristoKat pillow seat" and slick shifter, all "topped off" by a crazy deluxe cruisin' crown!

  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill Level: 2 (ages 10 and up)
  • Glue assembly, paint required
  • Molded in white with chrome, black vinyl tires and water-release decals
  • Windows included in clear, clear blue and clear orange
  • iHobby 2009 Exclusive - Molded in Ghostly Glow Translucent Plastic!
  • Only 300 Produced!

Over the years, the Impala™ has always been a vehicle that's been all things to all people. Whether that meant running the kids off to school, or a police officer running a suspect into the station, the Impala™ is one of America's favorite choices in cars. Easily the best looking of the 32-35 Fords was the '34 model year. With its long hood and distinctive slanted grille, it can't be missed at any of the rod runs or car shows it attends. Begging to be customized, street rodder's the world over have done everything imaginable from high-powered engines to chromed dropped axles to updated tuck-n-roll interiors. Add a hi-tech steering wheel, mail-slot taillights, chopped top, chromed headlights and you've got a "Best-In-Show" candidate every time!

Accurately detailed bodywork molded in durable purple polystyrene. Snap-together assembly. Parts provided to build either a Street Rod with fenders or a Highboy without fenders. Well-appointed interior and chassis. Rolling wheels. Treaded vinyl tires and 5-spoke wheels with chrome plating. Metal axles. Optional peel 'n stick graphic decals. Illustrated assembly guide.





The 1969 Camaro Z/28 SS was one of the hottest-looking rides of the classic muscle car era, and showed what Chevrolet stylists could do to express performance and excitement. A cowl-induction hood was standard on the '69 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 and the available sport package had special wheels plus grille that concealed the headlights behind hinged doors.
AMT 2009 Corvette Convertible Indy Parade Car 1:25 Scale Model Kit
Our Price: $21.99
Sale Price: $15.99
Savings: $6.00
Introduced in 1995, the Diablo VT Roadster featured an all-wheel drive set-up with a viscous center differential. The Roadster replaced the typical fixed top with an electric carbon fiber targa top and removable roof section. The engine lid was heavily modified so that the V-12 engine had proper ventilation when the roof covered it. Servo-assisted Brembo® four-wheel disc brakes provided superior stopping power. Kit features a screw-on chassis, rolling wheels with metal axles, soft black tires, chrome-plated parts and colorful Peel 'n Stick decals. Standard screwdriver required.
THE Chevy Corvette® convertible as the 2009 Indianapolis 500 Parade car!
  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill Level: 2 (ages 10 and up)
  • Glue assembly, paint required
  • injected in white and clear
  • As the latest kit in the Showroom Replicas' series, it has produced from modern tooling and features superior parts fit. Reduced parts count allows an easier, quicker build; perfect for the beginner or less experienced modeler.
  • Full color 2009 Indy® Parade Car decals
  • Vinyl tires and seats
  • Showroom Replicas "curbside style" kit with motor detail and chassis as one integrated part
  • Chrome wheels
  • Simplified assembly via reduced parts count
Paint colors listed below are suggestions from us to complete your model as shown on the box art!
Introduced as a concept car in 1992, the Porsche Boxster exploded onto the world stage as a mid-engine two seater in 1996. The 986, as the Boxster was designated, was powered by a 2.5 liter flat 6 cylinder engine. High performance, a trademark feature of all Porsche models, drove demand for the Boxster high, making it the number one selling Porsche from 1996 to 2005. This easy to build, skill level 1 kit features parts molded in multiple colors, detailed chassis, detailed interior, and stick on decals.

Mention the 1950's to an American car fan and most will immediately recall the fins on a 1957 Chevrolet®. Revell's new Easy Kit® version of this timeless classic allows even those with a minimum of time or building experience to assemble a replica you'll be proud to display on your shelf or in your office. Features: Snap construction to eliminate the need for glue, color-molded parts, and large diameter custom wheels with low profile tires. Skill Level 1-paint and glue not needed.



When first introduced in 1964, the Chevelle™ was intended to be a mild-mannered car, the first for Chevy® in the newly created mid-size range. 1970 marked the high point in the Chevelle's history as a muscle car, when a new 454 cubic inch engine was made available in two versions-the LS-5, putting out 365 horsepower and the rare LS-6, which developed an outrageous, frame-twisting 450 ponies. Features: Color molded parts and snap construction eliminates the need for glue or paint, new custom large-diameter wheels, colorful peel 'n stick graphics. Skill Level 1-paint and glue not needed.

Chevrolet® stunned the automotive world when they unveiled the all-new 1963 Corvette®. Besides adding a new surname-Sting Ray® -the new Vette® featured a new chassis with independent rear suspension for better handling. The big news that everyone talked about was the gorgeous new fiberglass body. At a time when new American cars usually had more shiny chrome plate than most kitchens, the Corvette mercifully had a minimum of brightwork. With its sharp edges and futuristic looking flip-around hidden headlamps, the new Sting Ray could compete with almost any other new car in the world. Features: Tough snap construction and color-molded parts to eliminate needing paint or glue, large diameter chrome wheels, colorful stick-on graphics. 1/25 Scale. Skill Level 1-paint and glue not needed.


When Chevrolet ended production of the Camaro™ at the end of the 2002 model year the rumors of a new model started to fly. Chevrolet answered those rumors at the 2006 Detroit Auto Show with this great looking sport coupe. While thoroughly modern, many of the design cues were taken from the legendary 1969 Camaro™, making this a true crowd pleaser.



Chassis and interior are super detailed with hose reels, sirens, emergency lights and pump control panel. Optional cab-mounted water cannon that turns, or flood lights plus removable ladders. Colorful Peel 'n Stick graphics. Molded in red, black and clear with chrome plated parts. Waterslide decals. Illustrated assembly guide.

The first Ford Mustangs hit the scene in 1964. Almost 50 years later, the 2010 model proved that this classic pony car shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Discriminating eyes will find that the 2010 model pays tribute to the '64 original, while still breaking new ground for the 21st century. This easy-to-assemble snap kit features a detailed interior, chassis and rear spoiler; metal axles with spoked 19" (483 mm) rolling wheels and disc brakes; soft black tires; chrome-plated parts and peel 'n stick decals with colorful graphics.




Introduced in 1959, the Peterbilt Cabover 352 with tilting cab was designed as a replacement for the non-tilting 351 cabover. The 352's "Panoramic Saf-T-Cab" was constructed from hand-tooled UniLite. Available cab sizes ranged from 54 in. (1,372 mm) to 110 in. (2,794 mm) from the bumper to the back of the cab (BBC). Kit features easy snap assembly, a detailed body, interior and chassis; dual exhausts, air horns, mirrors, chrome-plated wheels and colorful Peel 'n Stick decals with stock and custom graphics.




The 1963 Sting Ray Coupe's signature design was heavily influenced by the iconic Jaguar® E-Type sports car. The car's distinctive pointed nose came from a more unusual source: the sleek Mako shark. The 1963 model was the first of five second-generation Corvette Sting Rays, which often command top-dollar bids at today's auto auctions. Kit features a screw-on chassis, soft black tires, rolling wheels with metal axles, chrome-plated parts and colorful Peel 'n Stick decals. Standard screwdriver required for final assembly.





All real-leather seats, air conditioning and the smoothest suspension around; yeah the Expedition is the perfect way to go... to jail. For some law enforcement agencies in the U.S., load and passenger capacity are more important than speed. The Ford Expedition Special Service Vehicle (SSV) is perfect for those agencies. Its reliability, towing capacity, and passenger capacity are especially useful to the Border Patrol. This kit features an easy to assemble screw on chassis, a painted roof light bar, interior security screens and storage compartments.




Big rig drivers want their trucks to have the ultimate in performance and comfort. The Ford AeroMax has plenty of both. Introduced in 1988, the AeroMax sports stylish aerodynamics, which cut through the wind for maximum fuel efficiency. The interior is full of creature comforts as well, offering seven feet of space in the rear cab for drivers to enjoy. Kit features an aerodynamic sleeper cab with a detailed interior, separate side aero panels, dual chrome air horns, black plastic tires, chrome-plated parts and self-adhesive decals with colorful graphics.


The last passenger vehicle truly capable of going from the most desolate desert to the downtown drag with no conversions was the horse. Now, the Ford Special Vehicles Team has designed a truck capable of tackling some of the most intense off-road terrain in the world while being equally comfortable on the flat asphalt of Main Street; it's the SVT Raptor. Standing stock still, the Raptor is an impressive vehicle, but crank up the V-8 and the Raptor really stuns. Kit features suspension detail, separate pickup bed, full interior and sunroof.


Over thirty years after Dennis Anderson built the first Grave Digger, nine of these super-tough crowd-pleasing vehicles are being driven at Monster Jam® events around the country. An aggressive driving style, coupled with the intimidating appearance of Grave Digger made Anderson and his team instant hits in the monster truck circuit. This replica has all the show-stopping looks of the original in an easy-to-assemble SnapTite® kit. This kit features easy snap-together construction, 3 inch monster tires, full engine and drivetrain and colorful peel and stick decals.



Here's an idea; every time you see a PT Cruiser, punch someone. It's kinda like a "slug bug," but it's a cruiser bruiser instead, get it? Of course, they produced well over a million of these cars in their ten-year run, so that's a lot of prospective bruising, not to mention the potential for lawsuits. So... how about you just build this model instead? It's an intricate kit that features full interior detail, front and rear seats, a screw-on chassis and peel-and-stick decals.



The 2014 Corvette® Stingray™ is the seventh generation of America's sports car. The first Corvette in 1953 was a ground breaking vehicle, and the 2014 Corvette continues this tradition. The "cutting edge" design of the C7 Corvette makes use of the most advanced materials available today. The performance results are impressive, with a 0 to 60 mph (0 to 100 km/h) time of only 3.8 seconds. Kit features Snap Tite construction, one-piece body molded in color, metal axles, soft black tires, and more.



The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is made from high-strength, military-grad aluminum alloy and equipped with a 3.5 liter EcoBoost engine that is both more powerful and much more efficient than the current 6.2 liter V8. Like most Raptors, it's fully capable of taking on the highway, downtown streets, and muddy backwoods tracks-wherever the day goes, the Raptor will take you there. Kit features metal axles, full interior detail, and strong body construction.




The original Ford GT was developed by Ford in 1964 for the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France. Ford wanted to prove they could not only compete with the best in the world, but win. After a few rough starts, the Ford GT won the Le Mans race 4 years in a row. Now, on the 50th Anniversary of the first win, Ford has developed an all new Ford GT using advanced technology and the mechanical know-how perfected over five decades. Kit features detailed interior, disc brakes, and metal axles. Molded in color.





The original Beetle was designed to be affordable for Germans to drive on the then new Autobahn. For generations these cars plied the roads of countries all over the world, but eventually even the best designs need to be revised. In 1994 the Beetle was redesigned as the New Beetle and the cars hit the streets starting in 1998. Although the car is completely different than the original, much of the "soul" is retained, producing a vehicle that is stylish, powerful and efficient. This SnapTite kit features full interior details.

The 2006 Shelby GT-H, painted in black and gold, was built to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original Shelby GT350H. There were only 500 units built, all badged, plaqued and signed by Shelby and all only available from Hertz as rental cars.

   
 
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