The 1968 Dodge Dart was hot with the 440 engine, but Chrysler also made an even hotter limited number of ultra high performance Darts equipped with a Hemi engine. These were light weight Dart GTS hardtops and Chrysler noted they were "intended for use in supervised acceleration trials and not intended for general highway use" and were delivered with no warranty. Optional 426 cubic inch Hemi with two carburetors or 440 cubic inch engine with single carburetor. Stock interior, hood, wheels and suspension or racing version interior, suspension, hood with scoop and drag slicks. Decal with factory stock markings plus drag race graphics. Molded in white, clear and transparent red with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
Revell 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe 1:25 Scale Model Kit
The 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe has two door windows, two quarter panel windows and a rear window and is one of the most popular subjects to become a street rod. The '32 Ford, commonly called the Deuce, is an ideal hot rod because the original 32s were popular and had large production numbers and they were readily available from the 40s to the 60s. Now because of the demand these cars have become highly collectible and very expensive. High boy style custom or full fender street rod custom with steel wheels or five spoke mags. Optional 5.0 liter Mustang engine or custom dual carburetor V8. Decals with optional custom graphics. Molded in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts and black vinyl tires.
Revell Peterbilt 359 Conventional Tractor 1:25 Scale Model Kit
For thirty years, the Ford Bronco was the top 2-door SUV available in
America. It offered good offroad mobility and high engine power as well
as more seating than traditional light trucks. Many models featured
popular removable tops and hosts of equipment options. Overall, the mark
was far from a record breaker in terms of sales, but it was popular
with its market and advanced the technology of the SUV.
Build 1 of 2 plastic models. Optional complete 440 cubic inch or 426 Hemi V8 engines plus a separate engine stand. Detailed interior and chassis to build either stock muscle car vintage drag racer. Authentic factory stock detailing decals and competition graphics. Molded in white, transparent red and clear. Chrome plated parts and black vinyl tires. Illustrated assembly guide.
The first Chevy® pickup truck was introduced in 1924. Since then, it has
gone through many changes including a complete redesign in 1960. The
1960 model had a new frame and a suspension system that gave it a more
car-like ride. The pickup truck was emerging as something more than
just a workman's vehicle. The C/K line offered a wide choice of
engines. This 1966 Fleetside comes with a 283 c.i. V-8 High Torque 175
horsepower engine. Kit features detailed V-8, separate bed with
positional tailgate, spare tire, and soft black tires.
Revell Auto Transport Trailer 1:25 Scale Model Kit
A very common sight on our nation’s highways is the auto transport trailer full of cars - new cars going to the dealers or used cars going to auction. The car companies try to get as many cars as possible on the trailer. The total number all depends on the size of each car. Just one more sign that, since the invention of the automobile, our country has been on the move.
Features: • Trailer holds up to 6 cars, 1/25 or 1/24 scale. • Detailed with metal chains and vinyl tubing. • Separate and extendable rear ramps. • Can be used with 1/25 or 1/24 scale tractors (not included). • Molded in silver with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
In 1957, Don Yenko started selling aftermarket performance car parts at
the dealership started by his father in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. In the
60s, this was expanded to selling fully modified cars with the SYC
(Yenko™ Super Car) name on the hood. In 1969, Yenko ordered COPO Novas
with factory installed 427 cubic inch engines. Yenko then added other
modifications to make it a SYC. Kit features opening hood, 427 ci
engine, separate door handles and wipers, detailed suspension and
exhaust system, and more.
Revell 1970 Pontiac Firebird 2'N1 1:24 Scale Model Kit
When Ford introduced the Bronco in 1965, it was offered in 3 different versions. This version was referred to as the Sports Utility or pick up truck. It featured 4-wheel drive and off-road suspension. The Bronco was built on a 92 in. chassis that it did not share with any other Ford product. The second vehicle in this set is a full racing dune buggy. In the late 60s dune buggies were very popular and most were powered by an air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer style engine. The basic Bronco did not have many creature comforts but did offer a long list of options. This first-generation Bronco sold from 1966 to 1977 averaging about 18,000 units per year. In addition to the pick-up truck style, you could also get the Bronco as a Roadster or a Wagonette. Today restored Broncos are commanding extremely high price tags.
• Detailed 302 cu. in. engine • 4-wheel drive suspension with separate frame • Removable pick-up roof • Swing-a-way spare tire • Complete dune buggy racer with a detailed Flat-4 engine • Trailer with tandem wheels and working ramps • Molded in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires
Molded in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts.
Black vinyl tires. Opening hood with detailed V8 engine. Optional Cobra
Jet package and drag racing wheels. Decals with authentic factory and
period racing graphics. Illustrated instructions.
Revell Foose '65 Chevy Impala 1:25 Scale Model Kit
Chevy® Impalas™ have been top sellers ever since their introduction in
1958; the '65 stands out by being one of the best-selling Impalas™ of
all time. Its low-slung chassis, powerful engine and wide wheelbase made
it very popular with consumers in the mid-sixties and it is still
regarded as a classic today. Today, its X frame is popular with people
interested in modifying the vehicle's ride height and suspension. This
kit features a detailed chassis, large diameter Foose™ design wheels and
customized V-8 engine.
They were designed by one of the most hateful regimes in history, but
Volkswagen sales peaked at the height of the 60s and 70s. They were
icons of the counter-culture movement. The original Type 1s were
efficient and inexpensive marvels of engineering. The type became so
popular that over 21 million Beetles have been produced throughout their
65-year production run. It has taken nearly fifty years for the
automotive industry to create cars to match the Beetle. This kit
features optional left or right hand drive and a detailed
Revell 1962 Chevy Impala Hardtop 1:24 Scale Model Kit
In 1961/62 Chevy made a drastic styling change to their full-size
Impala car line. It marked the end of the wild fins era. The ’62 Hardtop
featured the new “convertible roof” design. In addition, while racing
by the factories was politically incorrect, the ’62 Impala offered the
powerful 409 cubic inch V-8 engine and used by drag racers. Starting in
1958, this full-size Impala continues to be one of Chevy’s top selling
line of cars. The ’62 model was part of the third generation of the
Impalas. It featured more conservative styling than previous Impalas.
There were 5 different engines to choose from starting with the 230 c.i.
6 cylinder up to the powerful 409 c.i. V-8.
• Choice of 3 build options include Lowered, Stock, and Drag
• Tree sets of wheels and tires
• Optional interior parts with choice of bench or bucket seats
• Choice of drag racing parts, wheels, and suspensions
• Molded in white, clear and transparent red with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.