Mooneyes Dragster

This is the 1/25 scale Mooneyes Dragster plastic model kit from Atlantis Model Company.

Atlantis Mooneyes Dragster Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #1223
 (10)
$23.89
 
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Atlantis Model Company Item # aan1223
Features :
  • 1/25 Scale
  • Comes molded in white
  • Measures approximately 5.75 inches long
  • Hobby nipper may be required to remove parts from runners
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Spotlight Review

 
"Talk about a trip down memory lane"
mcintirekenneth
I missed this first time around, but thanks to Atlantis I get my chance to build a piece of drag racing history... After looking this over & getting started on it I'm kinda glad that now is when I had the opportunity instead of when I was a kid... This gets 5 stars just for the cool factor & subject matter... For experienced builders....

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Features

  • 1/25 Scale
  • Comes molded in white
  • Measures approximately 5.75 inches long
  • Hobby nipper may be required to remove parts from runners

Specs

  • Atlantis Product Number: 1223
  • Parts: Over 100

Includes

Box Contents:

  • Dragster kit
  • Waterslide Decals
  • Instructions

Requirements & Suggestions



Reviews

  
 
"An unimproved Classic"
polockman (Lagro, IN)
It's nice to see this classic rail being re-released - but it is definitely using the old-school molds. The kit is simple to build, although fitment is somewhat lacking and the instructions could have been a bit better as well. You can make it look good, but it will take some effort of the modeler's part. About half of the included parts are unused in this kit - I believe they are meant for their re-released gasser kit.

 
"I've Been Waiting For YEARS!!!"
Tim W (North County San Diego)
FINALLY! The repressing of the Revell 1963 Mooneyes Dragster. Dean Moon was a Hot Rodding pioneer, as well as an astute business man. Mooneyes, under the direction of Chico, still exists in Santa Fe Springs, California today. This model was originally released in 1963 and 1965 as a double kit with the Revell Sanitary T Bucket Altered. I was hoping this double kit would be re-released by Atlantis, but it was not to be... BUT, the Dragmaster (Carlsbad, Ca.) frame can be kitbashed into MANY other mid-sixties famous dragsters, akin to the the Dragmaster Dart. I have a dozen of these kits in my stash for the purpose of kitbashing, and I think YOU should have a few, too! highly, highly, HIGHLY recommended!!!

 
"Nostalgic Dragster"
kshoopman (Chiefs Kingdom)
I was excited to build my first kit form Atlantis, but that soon wore off. I'm probably in the minority but not a fan of the directions and the fact there are no real attachment guide pins for lining things up correctly. The cool factor is there and it does build into a very shelf worthy nostalgic dragster though. I would possibly purchase another just to give another shot.