Display Case

This is the 1/25 Scale Display Case from AMT.

AMT Display Case Plastic Model Car Display Case 1/25 Scale #600
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 AMT/ERTL # amtamt600
$11.59
 
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AMT/ERTL Item # amtamt600
Specifications :

Size: 9-3/4 x 4-1/4 x 3-11/16" (247.65 x 107.95 x 93.66mm)

  • AMT Product Number: AMT600
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Spotlight Review

 
"Protect Your Models From All The Cosmic Dust Constantly Falling From Space!"
michael.miller (michael.miller@windstream.net)
According to Popular Science Magazine, sixty tons of cosmic dust falls on our planet every day. Up until discovering the inexpensive plastic model cases, I believe my models attracted an inordinate amount of cosmic dust or else I should have known better than to finish drywall in the same room as my displays. Regardless, once that new finish is hidden by dust, you can never restore that new look again. Aside from that, you run the risk of knocking off small parts, scratching the paint and packing the dust in cracks and crevices you worked so hard to include for realism. The 1/25 Plastic Model Car Display Case I'm reviewing here, for my purposes, usually allow me to include one car in a variety of positions and angles with enough room left to create an accompanying diorama. While the plastic model display cases attract dust, are easily scratched themselves, they also offer an opportunity to be more creative with your models by building small dioramas inside to go with the model displayed. Since I build a lot of historic stock cars, I'm able to recreate many different track conditions -- asphalt, Daytona sand and muddy, dusty dirt tracks. Most of the cases come with some stock backgrounds; however, I often create my own backgrounds using track photos and PhotoShop. As they say, you are only limited by your imagination and your models are protected from all the cosmic dust threatening them!

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Features

Two-piece display case (crystal clear Polystyrene cover with textured black base) Dust resistant Interlocking base (allows for stacking of additional cases).


Specs

Size: 9-3/4 x 4-1/4 x 3-11/16" (247.65 x 107.95 x 93.66mm)

  • AMT Product Number: AMT600

Includes

One 1/25 scale display cast


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Reviews

  
 
"Nice case"
supra96
Ordered about a dozen for various pieces in my collection. This fits trucks and cars in 1:35 perfectly, some smaller one can be even fit together. However tank limit is just around the T-34 early versions. Overall case is very nice, stackable, easy to clean and easy to secure models. Great value for the buck as well. Highly recommend.

 
"A collectors must have"
demarko11j (California)
This is a must have piece. After all those days and hours of detailing and getting that model to perfection this is a modelers must have. It protects the plastic model and keeps it safe from dirt and scratches. With this case you still get a 360 view of the car only thing you can't see is the under carriage but that's nothing mirrors won't fix. You can get real creative and set up the display case like a car show with ropes around the car, a couple of the wheels are tooken off and on display, just get creative and possibilities are endless

 
"Perfect for showing your work!"
berr13
Great cases, perfect for 1/25 scale cars. The ability to stack is a real plus-I'm currently seven cases high by five wide, with no hint of instability (and I'm starting a sixth row today with the order I received this morning). I also recommend these case on the quality of their virtually distortion-free clear plastic, as that makes for clear viewing of whatever's inside. One tip I learned lately: I used one of the cases for a '41 Willys with plastic rear slicks, and found that they slid on the base. I found that electrician's tape, laid down where the rear tires would be, solved the problem and is almost invisible on the black base. Highly recommended product!