1925 Ford T Chopped

This is the 1/25 Scale 1925 Ford T Chopped Plastic Model Car Kit from AMT.

AMT 1925 Ford T Chopped Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #1167
 AMT/ERTL # amt1167
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Specifications :
  • AMT Product Number: 1167
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"Instructions were lack luster"
Overall a good kit but the instructions were hard to decipher. Moderate flashing on the parts even the chrome tree and the clear and orange parts nearly shatter if you want to cut them like I did. The kit finished beautifully but kinda of frustrating to get to that point

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  • Open wheels
  • Salt flat discs
  • Chrome plated parts
  • Pre-lettered drag slicks
  • Vintage style packaging
  • Optional tinted windows
  • Customizing decals and parts
  • Black vinyl tires and metal axles
  • 2 complete engine - stock and Hi-Po V-8
  • Paint and cement required (not included)
  • Parts molded in white
  • unless otherwise indicated
  • Build TWO complete cars: Stock
  • Custom or Drag
  • Chrome trim detail can be striped on with silver paint


  • AMT Product Number: 1167


One Plastic Model.

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"A frustrating kit to build"
While I like the fact that one can build two complete models from this kit, the frustration level of actually building those models comes close to erasing that benefit. The parts fit is poor on the majority of the parts, and the ejector pins have been thoughtlessly placed in the molds, resulting in unsightly ejector pin marks in places that make them difficult to remove or fill. The instruction sheet is simply a rudimentary exploded view of the model, showing all the parts, including optional parts that can be used to build a given model. There are no detail views showing how parts are actually supposed to fit or be oriented to one another. With parts fit being generally so poor, it can be difficult and time-consuming to figure out if you've actually mated two parts together correctly. I can only recommend this kit for the experienced modeler who likes a challenge, and is used to reworking a poorly designed and molded kit. I wish that when Round2 re-releases an older AMT kit, they would put as much effort into cleaning up the molds, verifying that the parts actually fit together properly, and redoing the instruction sheets into a proper assembly guide as they put into doing new decal sheets, tires, and packaging.

"Chopped T, Vintage Hot rod Style"
Tim W (North County San Diego)
This is another release of a kit that has been around since the sixties. Although it has been reproduced several times, mold flashing is almost non-existant and details are still sharp. I like the fact that two complete vehicles may be built, and several options are provided for construction. This edition includes an outstanding set of pad printed white wall tires, with slicks for the rear and skinnies for the front. Decals have been updated to fit the current Rat Rod fad. The vintage Lincoln 430 c.i. engine with induction options of 3-2 barrel carburetors, a Log Intake Manifold with 6-2 barrels or the Latham Supercharger adds to the vintage vibe of this Hot Rod. I recommend getting two or three copies of this model and exploring different ways to build your cars.

"Chopped T"
dsilva (historic 66)
I want to like this kit. The chopped T is definitely a nice body style, especially if you like rat rods.The problems with this kit are the very sparse information from the directions.They do not show where to connect various parts together at all.This is not a good kit for beginners.Also there was a lot of flash on the chrome.But if you have a little model building experience and take your time, you can end up with a pretty nice car.The other half of this model the original stock build I will probably rat rod into something crazy.

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