1967 Charger Great Street Machines

This is the 1/25 Scale '67 Charger The Great Street Machines Plastic Model Kit by MPC. Suitable for Ages 10 & Older.

MPC 1967 Charger Great Street Machines Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #829-12
 MPC by Ertl # mpcmpc829-12
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill level: 2
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"Usual MPC Kit"
This is a usual MPC kit with some quality issues that you will need to work around. The instructions are vague and some of the pieces don't quite fit right. It is also what you should expect when buying MPC kits. There will be things you love about them and things that will drive you nuts. Overall the kit has nice details like choices of wheels, tires, intakes, and a nice hood scoop. Some of the biggest fit issues are with the chassis and interior tub. The kit comes with awesome slicks but they do not fit well because the design of the interior tub doesn't leave enough room in the rear wheel wells. The chassis does not fit the body well. I used strip styrene to add width and length to it. I also added strip styrene to eliminate the gap with the fender wells in the engine compartment. Even with those issues I love the kit! I had a plan when I started to remove the chrome from the bumpers and mold them into the body and I knew I wanted to install a modern Hemi engine. I want to thank everyone who submit photos to Hobbylinc. It a great reference tool when building the kits that they offer.

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  • Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in white and clear.
  • 426 CID Hemi.
  • Dual Quads.
  • Edelbrock cross Ram intake manifold.
  • Deluxe charger interior with buckets.
  • Mopar hood scoop.
  • M/T drag slicks and E.R. mag wheels.
  • Special strobe stripe decal.
  • Waterslide decals.
  • Instruction sheet.


  • Scale: 1/25
  • Skill level: 2


One plastic model

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I’m an intermediate modeler at best and this kit was a challenge right out of the box. There was a lot of flash on just about every piece, The four piece headers are a real headache, I had to break out the heat gun to get them to fit the chassis. The rear wheels are too wide for the tires. The engine compartment is not even remotely close to the 66, 67 B body Mopars. The one real positive thing is the body is super nice with great detail, I really like the side body decals. All in all a real challenge for this kid, I am glad it finally came together to make a sharp Charger. I love Chargers!!!

"A Pleasant Surprise"
This is far and away the best MPC kit I have ever built. The flash was minimal as were any mold lines. The only fit issues were of the self-imposed variety via a few modifications I made in order to accommodate aftermarket wheels. Mating the body to the interior to the chassis requires a bit of patience and finesse but was no real lssue. If I have any complaint about this kit it would be about the vague instructions typical of MPC. 1966 and 1967 Chargers are among my all-time favorite classic muscle cars. This kit did not disappoint. In fact, it delighted.

I just built two Italeri models (a semi truck and an antique MB), an antique pickup & a wrecker both by Revell. There was not one of these where one or two parts had to be massaged in order to fit correctly. But the vast majority of the parts fit as they should. However, this model was the worst piece of garbage I have ever seen. Probably 50% of the parts did not fit or did not fit well. For example, once I placed the engine, there was 3/8 between the back end of the transmission and the drive shaft which was part of the rear suspension. The parts required a ton of trimming in order to get them ready to be used and the instructions were unbelievably vague. I got about half way through the model and wound up throwing it out it was that bad. That will be the last model I ever buy from MPC.


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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