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1970 CHEVY CAMARO Dark Green

This is the 1/25 Scale Green Baldwin Motion 1970 Camaro Plastic Model Kit from AMT. Suitable for Ages 10 & Up.

AMT 1970 CHEVY CAMARO Dark Green Plastic Model Car Truck Vehicle Kit 1/25 Scale #855
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill level: 2
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"Good kit, won't build into a stock model"
This is a very nice kit of the Baldwin Camaro. With a little research it can be built as a Nickey Chevrolet Camaro. They use the same hood, but you will need to fill in 2 small attachment points on the trunk lid or use a smaller spoiler from the Z28 kit to cover the area; as the big Baldwin rear spoiler would not be used. It is well molded but there is flash on the parts.. The downside of this kit is that it can't be built as a stock Camaro because you only get the Baldwin hood. The interior console is a separate piece so it can be left out to make a simpler interior. This version is molded in green. That is a hard color to cover with spray paint. You will need to spray it with a good primer. The green kit color is smooth and uniform. You can just not paint it.

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  • Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in green and clear.
  • Detailed 454 cu. in. V8 motor.
  • Poseable front wheels.
  • Custom hood, wheels and side pipes.
  • Modern tooling with separate floor pan and frame.
  • Retro-styled packaging.
  • Waterslide decals.
  • Illustrated instructions.


  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill level: 2


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"Despite the flash and molding issue, it's a pretty good kit."
I'm giving this one four stars, only because of the excessive flash and passenger wheel-well molding issue. Otherwise, it's a pretty good kit with only a few finicky fit issues. I did some kit-bashing on mine, using the small block from the AMT 1970 1/2 Z28 kit, which pretty much fit right in. The interior is nicely detailed and everything fits well there. The engine compartment parts fit well also, but you have to be very mindful of some of the parts when mounting the body over the interior/chassis assembly as it's a very tight squeeze especially up front. The front suspension is a good fit, although it does sit high as kitted, so some alterations are needed for proper ride height. The rear suspension is a decent fit also, and there are two differentials to choose from to give you a choice of ride height for the back end. The front valance was just a bit off on my kit and didn't sit completely flush with the front wheel-well, but I got it fairly close. The front spoiler was a little tricky as well, but it odes fit good and the grille fits right in the opening. The taillight panel fits right into the body and has slots that match up well with the tabs on the back of the chassis. The chrome tree is okay, but the Cragars look great, although they are tricky to remove from the sprue and trim down. The tires look great as well. I did not build mine as a B-M car and did not use the exhaust or decals so I can't comment on them. It does build up well with a little effort and looks like a great representation of a '70-'73 Camaro, and I do recommend this kit, just not to a fairly new builder.

"Definitely buy the white molded model. Challenging."
Dark green is just awful. Stick with white. You will use too much primer to cover the dark green.

"Body to frame fit is tough & Decals too thin"
I really love the Baldwin Motion Camaros and wanted to duplicate that paint scheme. The white stripe decals turned out to be too thin and transparent. The white paint transition line shows under the decal. I had just completed a Starsky & Hutch kit that had excellent white stripe decals what were thick and looked painted-on. I expected the same from this kit but was disappointed. Others have had nice results with different paint schemes. I would suggest using the black decals if you want to get the Baldwin Motion paint scheme. These should work better than the white, but I haven’t tried it. Fitting the body over the interior tub requires a lot of stretching of the body – which makes it hard to keep the windshield in place. This also requires that you glue the firewall to the frame rather than the body. I could never get my body to the right angle on the frame – too high in the front and too low in the back. This was partly caused by my kit having a warped front frame, which I would imagine is a fluke. But the back end still seems to sit too low. Even if the body fit better, the ride height seems off. If I try another one I think I will mount the front wheel spindles upside down to help lower the front. The details are good. I may try another and use what I have learned the first time.


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

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