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1/25 AMT Street Fury '58 Plymouth & Street Heat '98 Concorde - Slammers Snap


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Out soon, the AMT-1226 '58 Plymouth "Street Fury" snap-together, curbside/slammer (no interior, one-piece chassis/suspension) kit:

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https://round2corp.com/product/amt-street-fury-1958-plymouth-slammers-snap-125-scale-model-kit/

• GREAT KIT FOR NEW MODELERS: AMT’s 1/25 scale Street Fury 1958 Plymouth makes for a great project, and with a pictorial assembly guide, it’s easy enough even for inexperienced builders. Start collecting and building today!

• FEATURE PACKED: The Street Fury 1958 Plymouth snap kit features fast & easy assembly, metal axles and chrome rims. Kit also includes ALL-NEW decals.

• QUICK SPECS: 1/25 Scale. 21 Parts. Built size: 8 x 3 inches. Parts molded in neon green and black with black vinyl tires. Some parts chrome plated. Skill Level 1. For ages 8+ PAINT AND GLUE REQUIRED.

 

I'm assuming the AMT 1227 "Street Heat" '98 Chrysler Concorde will be molded in neon yellow?:

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2 hours ago, Casey said:

Sorry, fixed. You mentioned it elsewhere on the forum, which is what prompted me to search.

I also appreciate the fact that Round2 has made an unfortunate error on that page and instead of "Trust AMT" it says "RUST AMT"...Freudian slip of the fingers...

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8 hours ago, TimJ said:

I built the Street Fury a couple of years ago as the Joker's car, because why should Batman have all the cool rides.

27696849167_f04efd16c0_c.jpg]DSCF9522 by timothy jones, on Flickr

41844512814_011f811428_c.jpgDSCF9528 by timothy jones, on Flickr

41844499774_be625d3634_c.jpgDSCF9525 by timothy jones, on Flickr

I like it. ☝️ That's a perfect car for the Joker. Much better AMT's "Joker Goon Car." 

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On 12/9/2020 at 8:37 PM, iamsuperdan said:

Interesting. You wouldn't think a 50s Plymouth with 80s custom styling cues would be an obvious choice for kitting. I kinda dig it. I think.

I foresee a lot of custom Christines in this kit's future.

I passed on these the first time but I would like one of each and have fun with them...

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