Actually, Don't be surprised that the Tow hitch from the 65 is Included!
Remember, It looks like this is just a Modified re-issue of that kit All 3 pickups Are the same kit Just different Bed, and details Interior is Identical (no updated upholstery) in the 64 & 65's I have!!!!
I to Love this kit. I do Hope to be able to eventually get a few (even One will be great) I am thinking it will likely have the 64-66 Pickup chassis, engine, suspension. BUT were they the same size as the Shortbox that kit represents?? ie wheelbase & over all length?? I know the 67-72 was longer and likely matched the Long Box pickups I have seen one built using a Longbox Fleetside I know the 72 Blazer is actually shorter in length & wheelbase than the 72 GMC Shortbox kit I have!!
Are those rear doors just separate pieces or actually hinged??
I have a few and would love to get more, but......... I will pay postage (IF I CAN) to get as many as possible.---MIGHT be only way I get certain kits)
I know of ONE 1/25 scale kit box included in a Kit Original issues of AMT's 409 Impala Convertible (The Modern Tool--Modified re-issue of the 409 Bel Air Bubbleback) ON the decal sheet!!!'And YES I did it Though not how they said to!!
Did they leave that decal sheet as is on re-issues of that kit??
I am not 100% sure on this, but Grafting the front clip of the AMT 60 Pickup to the Revell 66 Suburban Should give you a good looking (Correct?) 60 Suburban The 60 is the same basic shape & design as the 64-66 series to my eye at least!!
Got to find the 60 I started way back when first issued!! I have an open re-issue showing the Original Annual Long-box. (I was Very angry they did that as I wanted the Longbox!!)
Suburbans did Not go 4dr till 73!! 67-72's were 3 door with theSecond door only on the right!!! Stretched (Ambulance/Hearse?Special Use) versions Could have additional side doors, But.... They would NOT end up in Public hands very often!!
I do see one Minor typo in there The Arm rests for the rear bench seat are called out reversed The assembly for the right side is called Left, etc It will be easy to correct in building. Just look at the angle of the lower mount to see which side it mounts to!!!
OK, I can safely say, that the Coronado IS the Boat kit I built way back when!! But, does this re-issue have the vinyl tube to run from the exhaust manifolds on the engine to the outlets in the transom?? Mine Still has those Also what about a piece if string to coil and place on the deck or in/near a seat as Rope? Again a detail my Old issue had Wish I still had that box!!!!
I do have ONE of the chrome side window frames Never could recall what it was from til seeing the pic's of this kit!!!!