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Thanks for showing us the content of the kit Goose 1957. A very good, and helpful review. Haven't 100% decided if I'll be adding this kit to my collection or not. 

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Anyone know if the engine represents the 304 or the 345? Or if they are visually similar and it could be either?

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15 minutes ago, landman said:

Anyone know if the engine represents the 304 or the 345? Or if they are visually similar and it could be either?

Pat, I don't think that there is a noticeable enough difference to matter in 1/25 scale. The 345 has a half inch longer stroke from what I understand and the block was made larger only enough to accommodate for that. With that said, it could be a 392 as well.

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14 minutes ago, DRIPTROIT 71 said:

Pat, I don't think that there is a noticeable enough difference to matter in 1/25 scale. The 345 has a half inch longer stroke from what I understand and the block was made larger only enough to accommodate for that. With that said, it could be a 392 as well.

Thanks Brian.I’ll just call it a Scout II engine to be safe.

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On 4/11/2018 at 11:11 AM, mikemodeler said:

I think a kit of the first gen Scout would be a great seller, maybe in resin as I don't know if it would be as popular as the Revell first gen Bronco has been, but one can dream!

 

I would buy one ! My 2 cents .. Thanx .. 

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Just picked the Scout SS II kit on clearance at Hobby Lobby yesterday. At $7.49 I couldn't pass it up. I already have the chrome grille and bumpers in the "purple pond" as we speak. Other than the non stock exhaust setup, the custom racing seats, and lack of a spare tire, I'm pretty pleased.

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