1940 Ford Standard Coupe

This is the 1/25 Scale 1940 Ford Standard Coupe Plastic Model Car Kit by Revell.

Revell-Monogram 1940 Ford Standard Coupe Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #4371
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 Revell-Monogram # rmx854371
$21.71
 
Retail $21.71
Revell-Monogram Item # rmx854371
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  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 854371
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"'40 Ford Standard Coupe"
Tarasdad (Lancaster)
There is a ton of detail on this kit. The frame and suspension are just incredible. Parts fit all around is excellent, although you will need to do a lot of dry-fitting with some to understand how they go together. There are part to make a couple of different grades of the car so be sure you have chosen which way to go before starting assembly.

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"Another fun build"
GRUBS66 (Illinois)
parts where clean and no modification needed for proper fit some engine detail looks good when following paint detail. yes I will build another one with some self modifications

 
"Maybe not for a 10-year-old"
knightstalkr62
This is designed for a 10-year-old, so I probably shouldn't say such things! The directions could be a little more precise. For instance, a 10-year-old might not know that you need to position the forward exhaust pipe BEFORE you glue in the engine. Additionally, getting the gear shift cut from the tree without breaking it, then finding it after I dropped it in the carpet, was a bit of a challenge. Once I got the steering column positioned with the gear shift above the dash, the column was not long enough to meet the floorboard. The dangling end is hidden fairly well by the dashboard. Overall it is not a bad kit---just not sure how a 10-year-old might fare!

 
"1940"
Button519
the tires on this were very tight and hard compond i was not impressed with this model

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