How to Build the Beer Wagon by Tom Daniel 1:24 Scale Monogram Model Kit #85-2453 Review

2016 September 27
by Doug

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For the Modeler:  This is a direct Re-release (Re-Pop) of the same kit that has seen multiple box arts over the years. This is Kit # 85-2453 in the current catalog. Revell has rated this as a Skill Level 4 for ages 12 and above and averages 5 hours build time. In the box you get 82 parts molded in Yellow, Brown, Chrome, and Vinyl tires. The Beer Wagon is a modern show rod expression of the 1 classic Mack Bulldog truck. It is a unique creation by Tom Daniel, the famous automotive designer. It blends historical 30’s design with the latest in street rod performance. Plus, there are all those classic Tom Daniels features you’ve come to expect. This is the first kit release from Monogram done in 1967 by the creator Tom Daniel It has a small waterslide decal sheet and typical book format instruction book. This is a simplistic kit that is more for show than realism. Overall dimensions are: Length: 6-1/4″, Width: 3-1/4″, Height: 3″.

 

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How to Build the 1969 Chevy Nova Yenko 1:25 Scale Revell Model Kit #85-4423 Review

2016 September 22
by Doug

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For the Modeler: This review covers the release of the Revell ’69 Chevy Yenko Nova in 1/25 Scale. This is Kit # 85-4423 in the current Streetburner Series. This is a re-release (Re-Pop) of previous Revell kits and has seen multiple box arts. The kit is a Skill Level 5 for ages 14 and above and does require glue and paint for assembly. The quality of this kit is still quite good and it is a 1 very nice build with lots of detail if you’re looking for a contest quality kit to work with. You get 111 parts molded in White, Chrome, and Clear and with Vinyl tires and Metal axle pins. The motor and chassis have crisp detailing they’re in multiple parts allowing you to finish and detail easily. The interior has separate door panels and multiple parts and decals for ease of detailing. The body is crisply molded with few blemishes. The decals are a high quality waterslide variety with two color options. You do get typical no brand tires as usual. Overall dimensions are: Length: 7-1/2″, Width: 2-7/8″, Height: 2-1/8″.

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 1969 Chevy Nova Yenko Review

 

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How to Build the Mad Maestro Motorized Figure Lindberg Model Kit #HL607 Review

2016 September 21
by Doug

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For the Modeler: This review covers the Italeri release of the Mad Maestro Motorized Figure  Lindberg Model Kit # HL607. This is a, “Built in the USA” Re-Release (Re-Pop), as the model has seen previous releases but the addition of the Cartograph decals makes this a new kit release for 2016. The kit has no stated scale and is Skill Level 3 based on Lindberg’s ratings for ages 12 and up. The kit 01 has about 29 parts molded in orange styrene and it includes fold out instructions with paint callouts and waterslide decals. Also included is a battery operated (not included) motor and a wring circuit with hardware that must be assembled for motorized operation. The kit can also be constructed as a static model on its base.  The decals are very high quality and easy to use. The instructions are well laid out and come in multiple languages. This is a fun subject kit that builds easily and it’s impossible not to laugh when the “Maestro” goes into his dance.  Finished dimensions are: Figure Height: 7¾” (not including baton), Base: Depth: 4”, Width: 4”.

 

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