1934 Ford Pickup

This is the 1/25 Scale 1934 Ford Pickup Plastic Model Truck Kit by AMT.

AMT 1934 Ford Pickup Plastic Model Truck Kit 1/25 Scale #1120
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 AMT/ERTL # amt1120
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AMT/ERTL Item # amt1120
Features :

1/25 scale, skill 2, paint and cement required

Molded-in white

3 in 1 building options: stock, custom, or service truck

Many retooled/restored original first issue parts

Display accessory parts included œ tools, blocks, jack & more

Two complete motors, one fully in chrome

Wheel and tire options

Expanded original decal sheet artwork

Retro Deluxe vintage AMT packaging

First time available in this format since 1962

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Spotlight Review

 
"Custom Parts"
johncpo41 (www.hobbiesinabarn)
I bought this kit for the parts to make a wonderful custom oldies truck. AMT usually provides enough parts to go as far as to combine many of them into a really wild vehicle. In my case I'll stick to the custom version as shown in the instructions. I'm looking forward to building this just for fun as I always do. I've primed the white plastic parts with a coat of enamel grey paint which is great for airbrushing over with acrylic paint that I use for the vehicle colors. I recommend this kit for an experienced car model enthusiast.

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Features

1/25 scale, skill 2, paint and cement required

Molded-in white

3 in 1 building options: stock, custom, or service truck

Many retooled/restored original first issue parts

Display accessory parts included œ tools, blocks, jack & more

Two complete motors, one fully in chrome

Wheel and tire options

Expanded original decal sheet artwork

Retro Deluxe vintage AMT packaging

First time available in this format since 1962


Specs

  • AMT Product Number: 1120

Includes

One Plastic Model


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Reviews

  
 
"It makes a very nice build with lots of options"
roblively1982 (Cantonment, Florida)
I really liked the kit. Overall, its a good blend of lots of options with nice detail, resulting in a very unique subject. I liked the detail, and man, my spares box doubled with all the extras (even concrete blocks). I like stock though, and this truck came out well. It's kind of expensive for bashing, but some folks got money. Recommended.

 
"Interesting kit, but be prepared to do a little extra work on it."
nimr0d
This kit includes parts to build the truck as a stock, custom, or service truck. The body, frame, chassis, and interior parts are nicely detailed and decently molded, but many of the smaller parts, including much of the chrome, have very soft detail, and the mold halves do not line up very well, resulting in a lot of misshapen parts and cleanup work for the modeler. The tires are also nicely detailed, but the pad printed whitewalls are not properly centered. I like that two complete engines are included, though one of them is entirely chromed. I got this kit to build as the service truck option, but the winch on the towing frame looks more like a toy than a scale model. On the plus side, it allows the modeler to apply his scratch-building skills to make it look more realistic. The parts are numbered on the sprues, but not on the instructions, so one must pay very close attention to ensure one is using the correct part.

 
"A satisfying kit by AMT... for a change!"
frankeva (Milwaukee, WI)
Because this is an older kit, and since AMT's Bronco (we all know what AMT is capable of), a kit like this just can't compete. So, while I can recommend it, I do so with an average rating. I actually got this kit built, and believe it or not, it sits evenly on all four tires! It's a miracle! Assembly was surprisingly straightforward, and even with several layers of paint and clear, it went together just as I hoped it would. The locating pins always matched up with the corresponding holes, which really was nice. However, it isn't perfect, and some of the problem areas that required normally unnecessary extra work included: The engine bay; I believe the double-ended hose which joined up and became one hose, plus the huge holes in the radiator, made for a pretty lousy looking part. Compound that with the fact that I could find no hole to insert the hose into, and that there just was not enough room between the fan and the radiator, made this whole module a bit of a headache. I wound up removing the radiator, to allow the fan to stay. It still looks a bit unfinished without a hose and radiator, but I don't intend to display it with the hood off, anyway. A last point here-you may want to add some thin plastic strip material at the front and back of the hood to make the gaps a bit less noticeable. One more major issue is the bed. There were 6 injector pin marks in the bed... you know, the one with all the excellent wood grain molded into it? Man, what a waste! There was just no way I could figure out how to make the wood grain look like real wood, and get rid of the pin mark defects without destroying the grain effect. So, I decided to use the bed cover and put this area out of its misery.

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