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1967 Pontiac GTO

This is the 1/25 scale 1967 Pontiac® GTO® plastic model by MPC (Round 2) Skill level 2. For ages 10 years and up

MPC 1967 Pontiac GTO Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #710
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  • MPC Product Number: MPC710
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"Mix of new and old"
gvtooker (gvtooker@charter.net)
This is an interesting kit to say the least. When I say interesting, I don't mean the subject matter as much as I mean the way the kit itself is manufactured. I am advised from other articles that I have read online that this was originally released as an annual kit back in the late 60's... I believe it as the kit does indeed seem to be a mixture of old and new parts. Specifically the body, chassis, and interior seem to be recently manufactured in China with fresh tooling... the mold is crisp and no flash. Interesting due to the fact that I had read in another online review that the body also had lots of flash when first released, which if this is true means it went through a revision during the latest production run. However it is also readily apparent that this mold was originally intended to be used for a die-cast body and chassis as the supports for the screws are still molded in. On the other hand, the sprues with all the other parts are pretty obviously old tooling that hasn't stood up very well over the years. Tremendous amounts of flash, details that look iffy and washed out in spots, and a fair amount of molding artifacts are present. Overall I feel that this kit should build into a relatively decent curbside kit, but to get anything more out of it is going to require a fair amount of effort. Definitely not a beginner's kit in my opinion.

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Features

Detailed plastic pieces molded in blue and clear Includes chromed pieces for added detail Magnum 500 5-spoke styled wheels Black vinyl tires 400 cu. in. V8 engine 4-speed transmission Separate rear suspension and exhaust system detail Bucket seats Floor shifter with console Optional parts include: Supercharged engine version, headers, optional wheels and racing bucket seats Waterslide decals Illustrated instructions included Over 85 pieces.


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  • MPC Product Number: MPC710

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(1) 1/25 scale 1967 Pontiac® GTO®


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"clean gto"
wlbrown3028
If you are looking for a fairly good cheap model to build and you have extra parts you can build a great car. with plenty of engine room you can put a bigger engine with headers or whatever else you want to use.the body was great but the other parts needed a lot of trimming and TLC otherwise its a fairly decent model

 
"Cool car, tooling needs update"
jl_1b
If your just into building skip this one. It takes a lot of work. The back lights don't fit and the flash is unbelievable. Engine is too small for the engine bay and there's a big gap between the front headlights and to where the radiator goes. Major fitment issues too. It does come with additional parts for 2 different engines and 2 sets of wheels.

 
"CAVEAT EMPTOR! Kitbash subject for sure!"
Wayne (Reno, NV)
I would agree with all that was said in the previous reviews, the body in this kit is average and the only real usable part! I began to build it and quickly realized NO GO! I couldn't believe how poor this offering was so I came up with the idea of using the GTO body on a AMT 1967 Chevelle pro street chassis. I had one that had previous damage from falling off the shelf. so find a good donor chassis and then you'll have something!

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

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