1964 Plymouth Belvedere

This is the AMT/ERTL 1964 Plymouth Belvedere Plastic Model Car Vehicle Kit 1/25 Scale.

AMT 1964 Plymouth Belvedere Plastic Model Car Vehicle Kit Scale 1/25 #1188
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 AMT/ERTL # amt1188
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AMT/ERTL Item # amt1188
Features :
  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill Level: 2
  • Molded-in white
  • clear
  • and chrome
  • 2 complete engines œ a 426 cu. In. V-8 and a Slant 6 engine.
  • All new flame decals and vintage-style AMT packaging
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Spotlight Review

 
"great models"
tommyandpatty
fun to build and to remember the real cars back then

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Features

  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill Level: 2
  • Molded-in white
  • clear
  • and chrome
  • 2 complete engines œ a 426 cu. In. V-8 and a Slant 6 engine.
  • All new flame decals and vintage-style AMT packaging

Specs

  • AMT Product Number: 1188

Includes

One Plastic Model


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Reviews

  
 
"Nice easy build"
GRUBS66 (Illinois)
First one without flash or twisting. 2 complete engines nicely detailed. I went with the 426. Built just like you see it on the box. I see another one coming soon

 
"AMT and Round 2 did a great job with this one!"
roblively1982 (Cantonment, Florida)
I really enjoyed putting this car together. Minimal flash, gorgeous detail, outstanding decals and perfect fit with one exception. It did come with two complete engines. A 225ci slant six or a 426ci V8. Both motors build up really nice, too. The interior dresses out really nice, and while there exposed holes that have no part to fit in, they are really nothing to worry about. I added up about 140 parts, using all but a handful. BTW, this kit was manufactured in Kalkaska, Michigan! The instructions were printed in America. The decal were printed in China, but all the rest was made in the USA. Yay! The decals were nice, and you can make your car a hotrod with the larger decal flashes, but you would have to clearcoat the decals after application. The fit of the clear parts was pretty good, but the tub to frame and body to frame were outstanding. The blackwall tires are embossed with Goodyear and tire sizes. However, fitment of wheels to axles is ridiculously flimsy and poorly designed. The fit of the rear wheels was so bad that I had to cut off the attachment points on the rear axles, drill out the axle on both sides, and then put wooden dowels into each wheel and axle in order to get a solid hold between the two. The front wheels are kind of posable. I give this 4 out of 5. It isn’t perfect, but it is really close! Very recommended.

 
"Project Barracuda"
dbronson056
I am borrowing the 225 slant six from this kit to install in the 1966 Barracuda Hemi Under Glass. Engine detail is sweet. The chassis for the project came from a Dodge Dart kit. Unsurprisingly the Dart chassis had to be shortened 5/32 inch to center the front suspension in the front wheel well. Also, the actual 66 Barracuda had rear fender skirts, so plastic surgery and putty is required there to reduce the original rounded rear wheel wells made to accommodate drag slicks. Lastly the rear engine cuda's hood had to be cut open. And so, the Plymouth Belvedere will be built fittingly with the 383 c.i.d. Thanks for the update Mr. B. You're welcome hobbyists.

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