1955 Chevy Bel Air Sedan

This is the 1/25 Scale 1955 Chevy Bel Air Sedan Plastic Model Car Kit by AMT.

AMT 1955 Chevy Bel Air Sedan Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #1119
 AMT/ERTL # amt1119
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AMT/ERTL Item # amt1119
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  • AMT Product Number: 1119
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"Really cool and fun kit. The way it used to be when I was a kid!!!!!!!"
shawngoodman244 (Pampa, Texas)
Great kit overall. Personally I had no issues with this kit other than the normal stuff. Several great options for this kit. I was taken back to my childhood builds when I started this kit. Really fun and excellent for two tone paint. I plan on several more, and definitely recommend this kit highly for any serious model enthusiast.

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Can be built as a stock version or street rod version

Stock engine and street rod engine parts included

Includes stock wheels with whitewall tires and street rod wheels and tires

All new decals with colorful options


  • AMT Product Number: 1119


One Plastic Model

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"AMT 1955 Chevy"
daveLRcarlvr (Little Rock)
When I first opened and started off I was a little disappointed, but as I started planning how to approach the build my opinion changed. Yes some detail is lacking, the molded muffler is a bummer, but the interior and body are very good. I decided to go full blown custom and did some kit bashing. I narrowed the rear axle to use some extra wide tires and added mag wheels from another kit. I used the big block blown engine from AMT 1963 Corvette. I cut out the stock rear seat and used a modern seat insert I had from an AMT 1957 Ford Fairlane, along with the 2 bucket seats. I also cut out the molded muffler and shaved down the exhaust pipes so I can use some custom header pipes and mufflers to add a bit more realism. I'm now having to reengineer how the radiator piece will fit in and look proper. I'll be painting the top half using Tamiya TS45 pearl white and bottom half Tamiya T89 pearl blue. All the chrome molding will get bare metal foil. I'm having a lot of fun kit bashing with this model. There are a lot of great pictures in the gallery to get ideas. Whether you build out of the box or kit bash, enjoy the build.

"Sweet build"
GRUBS66 (Illinois)
I will be building another one soon. Was some twisting to get all tires touching without rocking. Other wise went together very well. Options for engine and interior. Stock version has a little more detail. Little to no molding flash.

"Nice model"
This model is very nice. Reminds meca little of my grandfathers car. Arrived in excellent condition. Looking forward to putting it together. I will continue to shop at hobbilinc. Great service and delivery.

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