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
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 AMT/ERTL # amt1167
$27.99
 
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AMT/ERTL Item # amt1167
Features :
  • 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
  IN STOCK
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Spotlight Review

 
"Two for One!"
kshoopman (Chiefs Kingdom)
Aside from all the flash and thick chrome sprue tree attachment points you can build two nice models from this kit. With the many versions you can build of both cars there will be lots of extra parts for your parts box. I had no problems following the instructions and everything fit into place, just be sure to test fit everything. I found that the orange roof decal had a very, very thin white line on the edge of the left side that I did not see before adhering it to the roof.

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Features

  • 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

Specs

  • AMT Product Number: 1167

Includes

One Plastic Model.


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Reviews

  
 
"Fun kit!"
Tex Jester
The hot rod is great for kitbashing - I used wheels, side mirrors, and a ram air scoop from other kits. Rear tires from a set of aftermarket tires I got here. Really came out nice! The Model T came out pretty nice as well. The removable seat bottom isn't really worth the time - it's almost impossible to get the seat in or out with the steering wheel in place. The emergency brake lever needs to lean outward (towards the door), or there's no room for the steering wheel. There's not that many parts, but with some imagination and a good paint brush, you can get a LOT of detail! **NOTE** If you want to make both cars from this kit, you MUST make the Chopped T, as the street rod (convertible) uses the same body bucket as the Model T. With a bit of imagination, you can make a really nice street rod with the Chopped T body. The instruction sheet is fairly vague; it helps to know what's supposed to go where, because otherwise there's a fair bit of guesswork.

 
"1925 Chopped Ford requires skill"
mdepersio
I'm having a laugh reading the comments. I had no trouble putting the original version of this kit together when I was about 12! I grew up on exploded drawing instructions. (Ever put together a Lego?) Parts fit required trial and error and you actually had to sand or modify location points. The assembly and painting of a model kit is supposed to be challenging. You have to reason your way through and develop skills. These skills were put to use later when I assembled and painted real cars. So buy some books, magazines or search the internet for build articles and develop your skills. Less complaining and more building. This is a GREAT kit! Build it any way you want and be creative.

 
"Instructions were lack luster"
chefhollar1980
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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