REVELL 1/25 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Targa Description:
In addition to the Coupe, the Carrera 3.2 was also available in the popular Targa version. Since it went on sale in the U.S. in 1964, the rear-engined Porsche 911 has become legendary for its high level of road performance. Today, the 911 Carrera 3.2 is considered to be one of the best classic Porsches out there. Between 1984 and 1989 more than 76,000 911 Carrera 3.2s were built in Zuffenhausen. These were the last of the early 911s, and they played an important part in the constant evolution of this automotive icon.
• Removable roof panel
• 3.2-liter flat six engine
• Choice of left or right-hand drive version
• Positional front wheels & movable engine cover
• Fuchs style wheels & optional front chin spoiler
• Choice of US or Euro spec front turn indicators and rear bumper guards
• Molded in white and clear with soft black tires
TAMIYA 1/24 Enzo Ferrari Yellow Version Description:
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This model assembly kit faithfully recreates the iconic Enzo Ferrari, which was named after the iconic brands founder. Developed in 2002 using Formula One technology, such as a carbon-fiber body, F1-style automated-shift manual transmission, and carbon fiber-reinforced silicon carbide (C/SiC) ceramic composite disc brakes, as well as technologies not allowed in Formula One racing, such as active aerodynamics. The Enzo Ferrari generated substantial amounts of downforce through its front underbody flaps, small adjustable rear spoiler and rear diffuser, which work in conjunction to produce 3,363 newtons (756 lbf) of downforce at 200 km/h (124 mph) and 7,602 newtons (1,709 lbf) of downforce at 299 km/h (186 mph), before decreasing to 5,738 N (1,290 lbf) at top speed.
Our Price: $65.99
REVELL 1/24 55 Chevy Bel Air Street Machine 2N1 Description:
A bold new body design not only made the all-new 1955 Chevy® look fast, it was fast, thanks to the all-new V-8 engine. Over the years, the '55 Chev has remained a favorite of drivers, and this model represents the ultimate version of this famous Street machine.
327 c.i. V-8 Engine With Blower
Optional Slotted Mag Or Five-Spoke Wheels
Optional Side-Race Headers, Wheelie Bars And Grille
Detailed Interior With Bucket Seats And Roll Bar
Our Price: $33.95
AMT 1:25 1966 CHEVY CHEVELLE SS SCALE MODEL KIT Description:
AMERICAN MUSCLE CAR: This AMT assembly kit offers modelers an opportunity to build an outstanding display piece of the 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle, one of the automaker’s famous muscle cars.
STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY: This kit includes intricate details that represent a factory-fresh model of the Chevelle with everything from its big-block 396 engine to its gleaming chrome trim.
Our Price: $31.99
MPC 1/25 1969 Dodge Country Charger RT Description:
MPC’s 1969 Charger is back by popular demand. For this new release, a set of Torq-Thurst wheels are included as a classic custom option. Still included are the “rough ’n tumble” parts for racing through the weeds… brush bar, roll cage, and two engine intake options for the big Chrysler mill. A generally all-new decal sheet features 4 fantastic flags for the roof, lettering, and numbers to create a radical ride that’s ready to race! Enticing illustrated packaging will leave those who wait, in the dust… Yeehaw!
Skill 2, paint and cement required
Vector and Torq-Thrust wheel options
Two engine intake setups
Country racing parts included
All-new decal sheet with flags, numbers, and lettering
Exciting Illustrated packaging
Our Price: $22.99
AMT 1/25 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse Description:
EXCITING KIT FOR INTERMEDIATE MODELERS: AMT’s 1/25 scale 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse makes for a great project, and with a pictorial assembly guide, it’s easy enough even for inexperienced builders. Start collecting and building today!
FEATURE PACKED: The 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse street racer kit encourages customizing! Fully paintable, it features an ALL-NEW sheet of colorful water-slide decals with hi-impact options. Also included are two optional rear spoilers, an NOS tank, and fire extinguisher, 2 sets of chrome wheels, and optional street or racing seats!
1:25 scale, skill level 2, paint and glue required
This model assembly kit recreates the Lancia Stratos Turbo (originally sold as Item 24003 in 1977; not motorized this time) with updated decals, wheels, and instruction manual. The Lancia Stratos was developed by the Italian well-known car manufacturer, Lancia. With a wedge body design supplied by Carrozzeria Bertone, this rear-wheel-drive car employed a midship 2,400cc V6 DOHC Dino engine. This car achieved championships three times at the global rally races from 1974 to 1976, and based upon the Lancia Stratos, the Stratos Turbo was developed as a Group 5 endurance racecar. As the name suggests, it had a turbocharged engine capable of about 520hp.
• 1/24 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 178mm, width: 89mm, height: 50mm.
• The powerful form of the Lancia Stratos Turbo with chin spoiler, over fenders, roof spoiler and rear wing is authentically recreated.
• The interior features realistic renderings of bucket seat and dashboard. The front wheels are steerable.
• Decals depict red and green color schemes and sponsor logos.
• One full body driver figure is included.
There are fast cars, and then there are ridiculously fast cars. The latter is the type of machine that becomes a legend. The Shelby 427 Cobra S/C® is one of those legends. The product of retired racer Carroll Shelby’s considerable imagination and skill, the original 1962 Cobra was based on a British-built AC Ace roadster that was methodically reworked by Shelby’s team in Los Angeles. Powered by Ford small-block V-8 engines, Shelby’s earliest Cobras quickly earned respect on the street and success on the track. Never one to be satisfied, in 1965 Shelby found more performance—and speed— in Ford’s big-block 427-cubic-inch V-8. It was good for about 425 horsepower and in the Cobra delivered a 0-60 mph time of less than four seconds. That’s more than quick enough for a legend. Revell’s 1/24-scale model kit represents the ultimate street Cobra, the rare S/C (semi-competition) version that in reality was a thinly disguised race car.
conic Shelby 427 Cobra S/C body with an opening hood and separate chrome detail parts
Highly detailed 427-cubic-inch V-8 engine, separate tube frame, and side-mount exhausts Moteur V-8
Halibrand-style simulated alloy wheels wear separate three-bar spinners and old-school big-n-little tires
All-new decal sheet with the 427 Cobra’s signature over-the-top twin stripes and optional race markings
Optional parts include a cut-down racing windscreen, interior tonneau cover, and a three-point roll bar
Molded in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires
Number of parts: 104
Length: 8.39 in
Our Price: $29.99
REVELL 1/25 1969 Chevelle SS 396 Description:
The 1969 Chevelle® was the second year of this generation, but it continued to be America’s “Most Popular Mid-Sized” car. It featured small changes from the 1968 model. The SSTM 396 was a $347.60 option package and the 396 c.i. was rated at 325 horsepower in the basic package. The Chevelle® stayed in the Chevy® line up until 1978. But in 1969 it was the height of the Muscle Car wars and the Chevelle was the king of the hill. In fact, you could order a special 396 c.i. with up to 375 horsepower. There were also dealer specials under the “COPO” program, which added to the Chevelle reputation as the best muscle car.
Fully detailed 396 c.i. V-8 engine.
Choice of Ralley or Magnum wheels and separate frame structure
Tampo Printed Tires
Waterslide decal includes multiple pin stripe color options.
Molded in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
Honda S2000 (New Verison) 1/24 Scale Plastic Model Description:
1/24 Sports Car Series no.245
Honda's first passenger production car, the S500 open two seater sportscar, was first announced in the 1962 Tokyo Motor Show, going on sale the following year. After the production termination of its successor, the S800, Honda moved away from producing front-engine/rear-wheel drive sports cars. September of 1998 saw the sensational rebirth of this type, with the announcement of the S2000. This open two seater features the traditional sports car look with a puposeful long nose/short deck styling. Futuristic headlights wrap around the side, appearing to be pulled back, poised for speed. The naturally aspirated 2.0 liter inline-4 DOHC-VTEC powerplant pumps out over 250hp, yet still manages to reduce toxic exhaust emissions to 1/10th the level of its predecessors. The positioning of the engine is also ideal, sitting just behind the front wheel axle in interest of 50/50 weight distribution. The sturdy body and superior road handling, meshed with a four-wheel double wishbone suspension and a newly developed 6-speed manual transmission, offer high tractability and synthesis between car and driver. The inside of the cabin features bucket seats, state of the art digital indicators, and a red button for starting the engine. Of course, the impact safe design, air bag, and all the other safety features of modern sports cars have also been thoroughly considered. Developed in celebration of Honda's 50th anniversary, the S2000 will surely take it place as the 2000cc sports car to beat in the 21st century.
This is a plastic model assembly kit depicting the S2000, a car which was launched upon the 50th anniversary of Honda's founding
The model recreates the Type V, which was released in July 2007
From the refined lines of the body to an accurate interior with VGS steering wheel, the car is recreated in style
Choose whether to assemble as open-top or hard top, and also left- or right-hand drive
10-spoke Mugen wheels are paired with realistic tires
Metal transfers are included for authentic depiction of emblems, etc.
Our Price: $29.95
McLaren Senna 1/24 Scale Plastic Model Kit Description:
This Tamiya 1/24 scale model recreates the 2019 McLaren Senna in hyper detail! Named after legendary Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna, this extremely track-focused hypercar is McLaren's most calculated masterpiece. Its unmistakable appearance is dominated by numerous air intakes and aerodynamic addendum that create incredible downforce. Combine that with the extensive use of lightweight carbon fiber throughout and an insanely powerful engine and you have the recipe for a vehicle that launches like a missile and handles the curves like a go-kart!
The sleek aerodynamic body's form is captured in style. Uniquely, it is composed of a single monocoque part onto which body panels are attached individually, allowing a highly realistic depiction of the car.
Parts are designed to be assembled into blocks of the same color, streamlining the painting process.
Features a realistic depiction of the V8 twin turbo engine and visible sections of the complex surrounding engineering.
The model can be assembled as European, U.S. or Japanese spec.
Separate parts for brake calipers and discs ensure that while the wheels (and brake discs) rotate, the caliper remains stationary for super realism.
The dashboard can be assembled in the standard roadgoing or streamlined racing positions.
Metal transfers recreate McLaren logos.
Our Price: $69.99
Moebius 1/25 1972 Ford F250 Ranger XLT with Snow Plow Description:
Part of the fifth generation of popular F-Series the 1972 F-250 Ranger XLT 4x4 featured a 131-inch wheelbase, an 8-foot bed and the deluxe Ranger XLT trim package. As delivered from the factory the Ford F-250s with 4x4 running gear rode well above the two-wheel-drive F-250, thus earning them the "Highboy" nickname. These trucks were equipped with the New Process NP435 - four speed manual transmission and a transfer case separate from the transmission, which required the truck to ride higher than the two-wheel drive counterpart, hence the "Highboy" nickname.
Moebius Models' precision-tooled styrene model kit of the 1972 F-250 Ranger XLT 4x4 features a full OPTIONAL SNOW PLOW CAN BE DISPLAYED IN MULTIPLE POSITIONS interior, detailed chassis and 360/390 CID V-8 engine with NP435 transmission and Dana divorced transfer case. The completed model kit measures over 8 inches long, and includes clear and chrome-plated parts, soft PVC tires, decal sheet and detailed instructions. Paint and cement required for assembly - sold separately.