Bronco Half Cab Sandman II w/Dune Buggy and Trailer

This is the Revell 1/25 scale Ford Bronco Half Cab Sandman II with dune buggy and trailer plastic model kit.

Revell-Monogram Bronco Half Cab Sandman II w/Dune Buggy and Trailer 1/25 Scale Model Car Kit #857228
 Revell-Monogram # rmx857228
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Revell-Monogram Item # rmx857228
Features :
  • Detailed 302 Engine
  • 4-wheel drive suspension with separate frame
  • Removable pickup roof
  • Reserve wheel<
  • Complete dune buggy with detailed engine
  • Trailer with tandem wheels and work ramps
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Spotlight Review

"warped parts and incorrect directions"
Where to begin? I found several issues with my kit, in step 19, the instructions shoe part 112 being on the driver's side, and 113 as passengers side. That's wrong it's the opposite of the directions. 2. Windshield frame is skewed so bad windshield can not be inserted correctly.

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"Great kit"
My package showed up in great condition and the kit is a blast

"Bronco half cab with buggy"
Love it the buggy is really cool the details on the buggy are great love that Bronco half cab very nice added floor shifter yellow plug wires on the buggy black on the Bronco custom coils on the front add a battery yellow windshield to the buggy drawbacks the battery washer solvent bottle jack everything is molded under the hood hard to paint but I took my time with these and I think they turned out really nice

"A Fun build!"
Izaiahm92 (Albuquerque New Mexico)
This kit was fun to build. There is a lot to it, but it is worth the extra time it takes to create it.


When Ford introduced the Bronco in 1965, it was offered in 3 different versions. This Version was called a pick-up truck. It had four-wheel drive and an off-road suspension. The Bronco was built on a 92-inch chassis, which it did not share with any other Ford product. The second vehicle in this set is a full size dune buggy. In the late 60s, dune buggies were very popular and most were powered by an air-cooled 4 cylinder boxer engine.

The base Bronco did not have many amenities, but offered a long list of options. This first generation Bronco was sold from 1966 to 1977, averaging about 18,000 units per year. In addition to the pickup truck style, the Bronco could also be had as a roadster or station wagon. Nowadays, restored Broncos command extremely high prices.

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