Plymouth 1956

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My grand Mother have a blue Plymouth 1956, so I want to build one.
I have great memories with my cousins in that car.
So it´s there a scale kit of this model ?, any help would be much appreciated.

TIA.

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Jo-Han offered a Top of the line Belvedere Promo for 56. I think you have a Savoy

It has been offered a few times through X-El, and lastly Okey Spalding as a promo,

or promo kit molded in sellect colors and even white for the kit.

How ever, it is a 4dr sedan and there is NO interior.

Also, the chassis is a Flat panel much like that in th e59 Rambler Wagon kit

There are a few out there, but they will not be cheap!!!

Hopefully IMC WILL get going and release the 3 Jo-Han kits announces last year

so that maybe the 56 Belvedere will be offered later.

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thank you Daniel.
I hope one of the big kit makers do the Plymouth 56 some day.

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The Modelhaus offers a complete interior, correct wheel covers, white walls and clear glass for the '56 Belvedere four-door promo.

John

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I have one of the Okey Spaulding version 4 door promos I might consider letting go of

Jo-Han offered a Top of the line Belvedere Promo for 56.

It has been offered a few times through X-El, and lastly Okey Spalding as a promo,

or promo kit molded in sellect colors and even white for the kit.

How ever, it is a 4dr sedan and there is NO interior.

Also, the chassis is a Flat panel much like that in th e59 Rambler Wagon kit

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I may need to check Modelhaus.

I have 2 of the X-El promos.

one Lt Blue (Almost White) and one black

I May convert that one into a Police and remove most of the Belvedere trim.

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