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1966 Chevy Nova Pro Street

This is the 1/25 Scale 1966 Chevy Nova Pro Street Plastic Model Kit by AMT. Suitable for Ages 10 & Up.

AMT 1966 Chevy Nova Pro Street Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #636
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill level: 2
  • Parts: 110+
  • AMT Product Number: AMT636
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"Nice but some details just wrong"
chuckm1974
I received this kit for Father's Day from my kids as they saw that I was beginning to do some models. As I was a gearhead in my early 20's, I thought this was a fun gift. I have a friend with a real '66 Nova that he has been making Pro-Street for the last 20 years. The car as pictured on the box looks just like it. The pieces in this kit fit pretty well, but the front chassis is bad. The wheels are supposed to turn, but they are not tied together. It is better to fix them in place, but there is no feature to position them. It also sits with waaaaaay too much negative camber. As far as being pro-street, it is a bit of a stretch. First, the front seats are like stock 1966, with no head rest. Can you say whiplash? Also the tubbed rear chassis is a fun touch, but then leaf springs?????!!!!! Any pro-street Nova would also have a roll cage. It has a manual transmission as part of the engine, but the shifter on the floor is for an automatic. I also didn't like that the hood had to actually be cut in order to use the scoop, but there is no way to fit the hood on without cutting. And the air cleaner and velocity stacks don't work with the hood scoop. I like that the emblems are actually molded rather than decals, and the Weiand emblems on the valve covers are a nice touch. I would recommend a plain old Nova kit over this one.

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Features

  • Molded in blue and clear.
  • Chrome and black vinyl tires.
  • Tubbed chassis.
  • Wide slicks.
  • Hi-rise manifold.
  • Hood scoop.
  • Displayable engine block and stand.
  • Decals.
  • Illustrated instructions.

Specs

  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill level: 2
  • Parts: 110+
  • AMT Product Number: AMT636

Includes

One plastic model


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"Nice Nova"
MrBuick
This is a nice rendition of a run-of-the-mill Pro Street Nova. Detail is good and molding is clean. There was little flash to clean up and only one mold line on the body that needed to be ever-so-slightly sanded. The instructions are clear and detailed. Overall this builds up into a nice drag car, but there really aren't any options to build it any way other than pictured without bashing some parts.

 
"Not Quality Like Revell Models"
millerrd350 (North Little Rock Ar.)
From the pictures submitted by others I see they had better luck than I did. My previous experience with AMT models has been disappointing. This Nova had lots of flash to trim. The windshield was warped and would not lay on the area where it was supposed to. It took a lot of prying to get the body to mount to the chassis. Not much detail like Revell models have. I'll not buy an AMT model again.

 
"Some issues, but good overall"
Hulksmasher123
There is quite a bit of flash to take care of, but it wasn't too much of a issue. Nothing was warped too badly but I had to bend some plastic to fit. These issues are not prominent when you look at it. There isn't much detail underneath the car, but there is a good amount of it under the hood. Some decals will definitely spruce the car up a bit, but the paint job is the most important. I actually used automotive lacquer paint on this (with a lacquer primer of course) to get the gloss look I wanted. The paint job looks amazing after the effort.

Comments

Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard please keep away from children 3 years of age and younger.

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