Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger

This is the 1/25 Scale Fast & Furious Dominic's 1970 Dodge Charger Plastic Model Kit by Revell. Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.

Revell-Monogram Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #854319
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/25
  • Length: 8-1/4" (209.55mm)
  • Width: 3" (76.2mm)
  • Height: 2-1/4" (57.15mm)
  • Skill level: 5
  • Parts: 122
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"Blown Hemi Goodness"
ruzguz
This kit builds one very nice hot rod Charger. Sharply detailed with little to no flash. The blower is the correct size for model, sometimes it looks like an afterthought because the blower is either too big or most of the time too small. It would have been nice to have a wider blower belt, but they didn’t ask me. It is a great kit to build it your way.

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Features

  • Highly detailed pieces molded in white, transparent red and clear.
  • Chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
  • Detailed blown HEMI engine.
  • Raised rear suspension and drag slicks.
  • Roll bar and fire extinguisher.
  • Waterslide decals.
  • Illustrated instructions.

Specs

  • Scale: 1/25
  • Length: 8-1/4" (209.55mm)
  • Width: 3" (76.2mm)
  • Height: 2-1/4" (57.15mm)
  • Skill level: 5
  • Parts: 122

Includes

One plastic model


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Reviews

  
 
"A great kit, but poor instructions"
jmabry26757 (Romney,WV)
I had to start over in this hobby due to losing everything in a house fire, and I started by building 3 of the Moebius kits in the Batman series I could brush paint them. This model is the first that I used spray paint other then flat white for primer. I had a doctors appointment in a nearby town that has a small hobby shop that sold Tamiya paints, so I bought the paints I needed there for this kit. I'm the movie, my favorite car is Dominic's Charger, as I love the older cars. So this one I had to build when I saw it. The detail of the pieces is excellent, as there was no flash on any of the pieces to clean up. Everything fit together well, but I had a problem.with the radiator assembly. The instructions showed them going straight into the front of the car, but the bottle of it goes behind the bottom piece of the chassis. Because of this, when I went to glue the front body pan to the body in step 14, there was a gap between the body and the chassis. I had to use Super Glue to get the parts together. There has been problems with Revell instructions in the kits I've built in the past, and this kit is no exception. In addition to the above problem, in step 14 they called out to paint the grill rust, instead of the flat black it shows on the box art. In step 18, it calls out to paint the front marker lights transparent orange, and the rear marker lights gloss red. This would be a waste of time and paint because decals 6 and 7 for the front marker lights are orange, and decals 8 and 9 for the rear marker lights are red. I used chrome bare metal foil for the window trim, so I also used it for the marker lights and put the decals over top of them. I used micro set and micro sol on the decals so they would adhere better. But the biggest problem is in step 4. It tells you to use white glue to attach decal 1 to the dashboard. I put in on the front of the dashboard, as it wasn't clear if this decal went on the front or the back of the dashboard. It then said to attach clear part 106 to the back of the dashboard. This didn't make any sense as this part wouldn't be seen. I then wondered why they told you to use white glue to attach this decal, as it could have been attached like a normal decal. So I removed it and glued it to the back of the dashboard, but then if you attached part 106 it would go through the decal. So I didn't use that part. My guess is that you were to install part 106 first, and then install the decal to the back of the dashboard. What makes it even more confusing is a photo of the dashboard on the of the box shows the decal on the front of the dashboard, but it covers the whole dashboard. This decal only covers the gauges. But other that these problems it is an excellent addition to a collection. I appreciate the fact that Revell chose to make this kit, as this movie series is very popular, and this car has been in most of the movies in the series.

 
"Nice addition for Mopar Fans"
edrn007
I built this as per Dominic's Charger in the movie. Has great details; such as, blown hemi, custom roll bar and cool 5 star wheels. Its a triple black model, so not a lot of colors. Looks exactly like the box art when done. Used testors gloss black. Love Mopars, so nice addition.

 
"Fast and furious 1970 Dodge Charger"
gary06
Improvement over 69- 68- and 69 daytona, with interior components, dash, shifter. The dash is now one piece and you now get pistol grip shifter.

Comments

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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