1971 Hemi Cuda 426

This is a 1/24 1971 Hemi Cuda 426 Plastic Car Kit. This Revell-Monogram model is a skill level 2 for intermediate modelers, ages 10 and up.

Revell-Monogram 1971 Hemi Cuda 426 Plastic Model Car Kit 1/24 Scale #852943
 Revell-Monogram # rmx852943
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Revell-Monogram Item # rmx852943
Specifications :
  • Length: 7-1/2" (19cm)
  • Width: 3" (7.6cm)
  • Height: 1-1/2" (3.9cm)
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 852943
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"Great kit"
This kit is great representation of a Hemi Cuda. The details were nice and crisp. Very little flash to clean up. My only issue was the rear lower panel, had a devil of a time getting the exhaust to go though the panel. It took a little bit of work to get it to look right. Instructions were clear and my only complaint was the Hemi side decal only came in black. I painted it Lime green with a black interior. The finished kit looks great. I would recommend this kit.

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  • Contains a total of 69 pieces.
  • 4-speed transmission is equipped with a pistol grip shifter, heavy- duty springs and suspension, and oversize performance tires mounted
  • on special Ralleye Wheels.
  • "Air grabber" air scoop on the hood, distinctive "Hemi" side stripes, and a rear spoiler; powerful 426 Hemi engine.
  • Rear wing and rear window louvers.
  • Waterslide decals with Hemi graphics.
  • Molded in white and clear with plated parts and black vinyl tires.


  • Length: 7-1/2" (19cm)
  • Width: 3" (7.6cm)
  • Height: 1-1/2" (3.9cm)
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 852943


One 1/24 1971 Hemi Cuda 426 Plastic Model Kit

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Plastic cement (TES3501) (PLS00002) (TAM87012) or glue (HLC107)
  • Paint - To paint model as shown on box, use these
  • colors: gloss purple, gloss black, silver, gloss white, flat black,
  • steel, turn signal amber, green, gloss red, and gloss orange.
  • Toothpick or Cocktail Stick for Cementing
  • Adult Supervision
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"Great kit for customizing"
The Cuda has to be one of the best kits for some extra detail and mild customizing of the suspension to accommodate aftermarket tires and get the right stance your looking for. The engine bay is large and easy to add details like plug wires, vacuum and fuel lines. The molded details in this kit are perfect and can be highlighted very easily. THE HOOD and the FRONT GRILL/BELLY PAN ARE THE ONLY ISSUES YOU WILL DISCOVER. The hood will not close flat and I had to shave the bottom of the Shaker and remove the rubber lip off the plate the shaker sits on. I also found the bellypan kind of clips over the bottom of the frame during final assembly but after it was in place, the sides of the belly pan DO NOT meet the bottom of the front fenders. I ended up with a small noticeable gap. I feel the belly pan should be cut to fit around the front of the frame and not over causing the part to be warped slightly.

"Great build for a new comer to models."
cjakes (Mesa, AZ(USA))
This is my first ever model that I actually completed. Most of the parts fit where they should. The only issue I had, was the hood was warped a little. I'm not much of that engine person(I like the look as they go down the road.), so I ended up cementing the hood on. So far it looks great(have some detail paint to do). When I finish I'm going to upload some pics to share. I'm really proud of this one(for the first one)!

"Overall a good quality model, quick and easy to build with not that many pieces"
doomsdayjesus24 (Portsmouth, OH)
It has been twenty some years since I have built a model, this one was the second I had done since I started building again. Hardly any flash to remove, pieces went together easily and the finished product was outstanding. I used a metallic silver primer with a Testors custom candy purple and it turned out quite nice. The only downside, at least for me, is the molded in exhaust, made for a fun time trying to detail the chassis. Other than that, it's a good, quick model to put together and I'd more than gladly get a few more just to do different variations on it in color and do some kit bashing with it.


  • WARNING: Keep from small children. Contains small parts which may be swallowed.
  • Revell-Monogram models have various skill levels, 1 being the easiest, 3 being the most challenging.
  • Cut out bottom of box to display the finished model.

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