60 corvette gasser MPC

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what can anyone tell me about the MPC 60 Corvette gasser 7 'n 1 kit , Thanks

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This one ? vettergasser2.jpg

I personally think it's a really cool kit. It's got a bunch of good stuff, like a convert up-top, a hard top, a tonneau, a one-piece body with a separate windshield frame, a cut-down racing windshield, stock hood, hood with a blower cutout AND an optional scoop, a couple of grille and bumper options, and I THINK this is the one with actual springs for the front suspension. i honestly don't remember how well proportioned it is compared to the other 4-eyed Corvette offerings.

Edited by Ace-Garageguy

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that's the one Bill !!

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Neat old kit, lots of options. I have one in my stash.

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Wish I had one of those!

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Anne:

I think that I mentioned this kit to you recently as part of the thread on the Monogram '57 Vette.

The MPC '56/'57 Vette and '60 Vette kits are the real deal!

I highly recommend them both.

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ok this is cool then cause I just bought it , thanks !!

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RC2 reissued the MPC '60 a few years ago. It was available only for a short time. The reissue lacks the working front suspension, but the steering feature is still included. Most, if not all, of the original 7-in-1 issue's optional parts are in the reissue. Be advised that all of the various issues of the MPC '60 (7-in-1, and drag version with tilt front end) have the interior bucket from the MPC 1956/57 kit. The '60 has a correct '60 instrument panel though.

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