Looking for Revell model cars? Revell plastic model kits are scale miniatures of real vehicles like Ford Expedition, Trabant 601, Volkswagen T1 or MAN 10-ton mil gl 8x8 Truck, designed as kits for the enthusiast to construct.
Building Revell plastic models can be a educational, rewarding and therapeutic hobby. There is now a huge range of great Revell model cars which cover most automotive subjects: Big Scale, Bullitt, Tom Daniel, Corvette, Muscle, Motorsports, Street Burner, Performance, Motor City Muscle, Special Edition, Uptown, Donks, Good Guys, Car Show, Tuner Series, Low Rider, Basic Builder, California Wheels, Old School, etc. Most Revell model cars come in 1:24 or 1:25 scale.
Revell model car kits contain everything you need to build realistic car models. Paint and glue are not included with the kit. You will also need some basic tools and a lot of patience. Listed below is a small number of available Revell model cars. Prices vary from $5 for snap no-glue construction model cars to over $100 for advanced and detailed cars. Here we list some popular Revell model car kits.
1:25 1968 Ford Mustang GT 2 n 1
From the parts in the box you can produce the following alternatives: replica stock Mustang GT with a stock 390 or a CJ 428 with Ram Air hood scoop; Super Stock CJ 428 Tasca Ford drag racing car and with slight modifications you can also build it as the "Bullitt" style car. The kit supplies two front grille pieces, one is a plain Bullitt style with only the cross hatch detail, the second is the GT grille which includes optional driving lights, a standard Mustang grill sans driving lights is not included.
1:25 '07 Shelby GT500 Plastic Model Kit
The 2007 Shelby GT500 is the most powerful factory built Mustang in history with 500 horsepower. This kit includes chrome plated parts and highly detailed parts molded in white, silver, black and clear. The black vinyl tires look realistic. The GT500 Plastic Model Kit comes with detailed 5.4 liter, 32 valve V8 engine with a Roots-type supercharger and cam covers and special air-extraction hood. Waterslide decals contain authentic markings. With this kit you also get illustrated instructions and paint guide.
1:25 '98 Saleen Mustang Speedster
Steve Saleen has been building and modifying Mustangs since 1984, and since that time he has carried on the tradition of turning the Mustang into an all-around performance car. this kit features rollover bar, tonneau cover, supercharged engine. Skill Level 2-requires paint and glue (not included in the kit).
1:24 '69 Ford Torino Talladega
In 1969 Ford designed a Torino body with an extended low drag front end. This design was created for competitive use in automotive sports. The limited edition street version of this special aerodynamic design was called the Talladega. This kit includes realistic bodywork molded in white polystyrene with beautifully scribed surface details, opening hood, detailed high performance 428 cu. inch V-8 racing engine, realistic suspension detail, rolling vinyl tires with realistic tread, optional custom and stock waterslide decals and illustrated assembly guide.
1:25 '66 Pontiac GTO
This is a re-release of Revell 1966 GTO kit for those of you that may have missed it the first time around. Many feel that the '66 was the best looking of the GTO models and it's easy to see why. The kit features authentic 389 cubic inch "tri-power" V-8, detailed interior with separate side panels and lots of separate detailing parts. Skill Level 2-requires paint and glue (not included).
1:24 Enzo Ferrari
This mid-engined screamer is the stuff legends are made of: a 6 liter V-12 engine producing 660 horsepower in a 3,000 lb car translates into 0 to 60 mph times of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 218 mph. No wonder all 349 copies Ferrari built were spoken for in record time. Body pieces are molded in white. Clear pieces included for windows and light lenses. Accurate aerodynamic Ferrari bodywork. Detailed interior. Realistic V-12 engine. Hinged rear deck. Aluminum-finish Ferrari 5-spoke wheels. Treaded black vinyl Bridgestone Potenza tires. Positionable front wheels. Separate frame and floor pan. Includes flexible detail screening for body vents. Clear pictorial instructions. Requires paint and glue (not included). If you are new to this hobby then you should start with a simple kit. You should never give up if something goes wrong. Get it finished as best you can. The next model will be better. Revell model cars are easy to build but you should always look at the skill level. Revell model cars and other model kits are marked with a skill level from 1 to 3 where level 1 means basic and level 3 advanced model.