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.
The imposing Kenworth W900 has everything that long-haul truckers need to get the job done. This impressive Kenworth design sports a dual sleeper capped with an aerodynamic roofline which tells everyone who sees it that it is a road machine without equal. Hood tilts forward to show detailed turbocharged six cylinder diesel engine. Chrome plated simulated alloy wheels, dual exhaust stacks, roof mounted horns and mirrors with antennas. Decals with optional stripes or custom graphics, Kenworth markings and license plates. Molded in white and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
Revell Peterbilt 359 Conventional Tractor 1:25 Scale Model Kit
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.
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.
Revell GMC Pickup w-Snow Plow 1:24 Scale Model Kit
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.
Back in 1987, the Buick™ Grand National™ was the fastest U.S. production car available. The Buick turbo charged V-6 engine was actually designed for 220+mph racecars. Factory painted in all black, this was a personal luxury car turned into a high performance thoroughbred.
Number Of Parts: 114
All the factory stock accessories unique to the Grand National™.
Full suspension and longitudinal torque bar. GNX™ side louvers and wheels.
Detailed V-6 with turbo, intercooler and air intake.
Decals with authentic stock graphics.
Molded in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
Recommended Paint: Aluminum, Flat Black, Dark Grey, Flat White, Gloss Black, Light Gray, Semi Gloss Black, Silver, Steel, and Turn Signal Amber. Glue and paint needed for assembly, but NOT included.
This '76 Chevy pickup is part of the Chevy C/K line. It is part of the third generation of these trucks, which began in 1960. The C stands for 2-wheel drive and the K for four-wheel drive. This third generation line was a complete redesign of previous C/K trucks and was described by enthusiasts as square body. The redesign was remarkable in 2 key areas, namely aerodynamics and safety improvements. The new body shape was rounded off and had a hardened rear window.
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 1969 Dodge Superbee 2n1 1:24 Scale Model Kit
The Super Bee was the special muscle car version of the mid-size Dodge® Coronet®. Since the Coronet was based on the “B” chassis platform, easy to see where the name comes from. There were 3 engine options available for the Super Bee with the 440 Six Pack the most impressive. With 3 two-barrel carbonators it produced 390 horsepower. The Super Bees were produced in 1968 through 1970. The Six Pack was a special-order option coded A12M and only available in 1969. There were only 1.907 of these special order Six Packs produced. The A12M coded option included a number of heavy-duty extras such as HD suspension, brakes, transmission and a 4:10 rear axle ratio. It was produced at the height of the Muscle Car Wars.
• Build as factory stock or custom street machine
• Detailed 440 c.i. engine with optional extras
• Selection of wheels, stock and custom.
• Molded in white and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
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 interior/engine.
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.
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.