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New Revell U.S.A web site

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The New Revell web site is up and running  , Have a look !

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Cool, same style as Revell Germany makes sense.

Only thing I cannot find is the list of build instructions that they had on the old site, can only find instructions for the cars featured (currently in production?) on the site.

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They still have some work to do, they have the Porsche 918 Spyder listed under 'Street Rods'..

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Interesting. Doesnt seem like you can buy direct like you can from Revell Germany. They had some nice sales on in the past, was hoping to see that come from the USA site, guess it could still happen.

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2 hours ago, dbostream said:

Cool, same style as Revell Germany makes sense.

Only thing I cannot find is the list of build instructions that they had on the old site, can only find instructions for the cars featured (currently in production?) on the site.

A cursory examination of the site revealled the presence of instructions via a pdf download : https://www.revell.com/products/cars/muscle-1964-to-1974/70-dodge-challenger-2-n-1.html

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2 hours ago, 1972coronet said:

A cursory examination of the site revealled the presence of instructions via a pdf download : https://www.revell.com/products/cars/muscle-1964-to-1974/70-dodge-challenger-2-n-1.html

Yeah I saw that but I cannot find the list they had on the old site with instructions for cars not featured on the site. Still possible to use a cached version of the old site's list though: https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:4d5j3n73bXEJ:https://www.revell.com/support/instructions.html+&cd=1&hl=sv&ct=clnk

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5 hours ago, High octane said:

With fuel injection instead of a carburetor I hope?

Fortunately without such witchcraft.

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14 hours ago, tbusch said:

No Ford GT on the site

Well no there wouldn't be. Even before everything went under German ownership there was never an *Official* announcement that the U.S. side was going to release the kit itself. 

With the consolidation being done and everything day to day effectively under Revell"AG" management I'll be curious if anything they make specifically for the European market is reboxed for North America. 

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I'd say this news deserves a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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47 minutes ago, GerN said:

That's the 28 part kit, not the full detail RG kit.

Weird that it is on the RG site.. maybe RG and RUSA stuff will be sold separately? The full detail does look nice.

 

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On 12/10/2018 at 5:57 AM, Mr mopar said:

The New Revell web site is up and running  , Have a look !

At best, it's less than underwhelming.

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Joe, you are correct. What I call "Cotton Candy" websites. Pretty Pictures, but no real substance. Like Oakland, there is no "There, There"

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25 minutes ago, unclescott58 said:

It's not a SBC. The kit is modeled off of the Studebaker V8.

Ok, something old. Was going off the rear distributor and the shape of the exhaust manifolds.  Since they generically describe it as a V8 and don't give a brand, it's a moot point..

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