How to Build the 2012 Corvette Coupe 1:25 Scale AMT Model Kit #756 Review

2017 March 23
by Doug

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For the modeler: This review covers the 2012 Corvette Coupe in 1:25 Scale AMT Model Kit #756. Released as part of the “Showroom Replicas Series” in 2012; this kit is still available at online retailers at discounted prices.  The kit is a Skill Level: 2 for intermediate builders as it requires glue and paint. You will get about 40 parts molded in Black, Chrome 000 and Clear with Vinyl tires, Metal axles and screws and Waterslide decals. It has typical fold-out sheet instructions from AMT. This is a Curbside and has no motor and simplified assembly; it is one step above a Snap kit. Optionally, the interior has a nicely detailed finish that does not require painting.  The chassis details are all molded in and they can be picked out for a reasonable looking undercarriage.  This is a great transition kit for the novice that wants to upgrade their skills to a glue kit.  It provides great looking exterior detail along with exciting subject matter yet it is an easy builder due to the low part count.  The body is molded in several parts but it can still be fully assembled prior to paint for a great finish. Overall dimensions are; Length: 7½”, Width: 3”, Height: 2½”

 

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2012 Corvette Coupe Review

 

 

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How to Build Batman‘s BATBOAT 1:25 Scale AMT Model Kit #1025 Review

2017 March 21
by Doug

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In the climax of BATMAN RETURNS™, Batman used the BATBOAT to travel through the Gotham City underground drainage system to infiltrate the lair of The Penguin. Among its gadgets, the radar, allowed Batman to study the positions of the Rocket-Armed penguins that had been preparing to attack the plaza at the center of Gotham City. With the plot foiled, Batman turned his attention to spoiling The Penguin’s escape and restoring peace once again for the citizens of Gotham City.

 

For the modeler: This review covers the new release of Batman‘s BATBOAT in 1:25 Scale by MPC.  It is  model Kit #1025 and is a Skill Level 2 for intermediate builders requiring glue and paint. 1 The kit is molded in 18 pieces in Black and Chrome with Tinted Clear parts and includes a BONUS backdrop display.  The box claims to include a metal rod but none is included. Overall dimensions are: Length: 13”, Width: 8-1/4” Height: 3-1/4”.

 

 

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How to Build the 2008 Corvette Indy 500 Pace Car 1:25 Scale AMT Model Kit #816 Review

2017 March 17
by Doug

Right On Replicas, LLC Step-by-Step Review 20170317*
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For the modeler: This review covers the Round 2 release of the 2008 Chevy Corvette Convertible as the Indy 500 Pace Car Replica. This was released under the AMT brand in 2008 and was an all-new tooling and can still be found in the secondary markets under Kit #AMT816L. The kit is a Skill Level: 2 (ages 10 and up). You will get about 40 parts molded in Black, Chrome 1 and Clear with Vinyl tires, Metal axles and screws and Waterslide decals. It has typical fold-out sheet instructions from AMT. This is a Curbside and has no motor and simplified assembly; it is one step above a Snap kit. The interior has a nicely detailed finish that does not require painting as you will lose the factory look. The chassis has everything molded in. The body is separate parts but can be fully assembled and painted prior to final assembly. Overall dimensions are; Length: 7-1/2”, Width: 3”, Height: 2-1/2”

 

 

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2008 Corvette Indy 500 Pace Car Review

 

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