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GMC Pickup with Snow Plow

This is the 1/24 Scale GMC Pickup with Snow Plow Plastic Model Kit by Revell. Suitable for Ages 10 & Older.

Revell-Monogram GMC Pickup with Snow Plow Plastic Model Truck Kit 1/24 Scale #857222
 Revell-Monogram # rmx857222
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Revell-Monogram Item # rmx857222
Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/24
  • Length: 8-1/16" (206.37mm)
  • Width: 3-3/4" (95.25mm)
  • Height: 3-3/8" (85.72mm)
  • Skill level: 2
  • Parts: 103
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"A Good Start For A Very Custom Build"
michael.miller (
Back between the mid 1970's and early 1980's to help pay for college, I was among some of the first EMT-A's certified in Georgia. I live in what was a rural area and the funeral home's hearse doubled as an ambulance. If someone was seriously injured or very sick, a red light attached to the top of the hearse, the siren was turned on and it would race to the scene. In many cases there was no one to attend to the patient, the driver lust drove like hell and hoped the patient would be alive when they reached the hospital. In 1974 the state of GA decided that every county in the state should have modern, fully dedicated emergency ambulances. In our case it was a small box truck with plenty of rescue and life support equipment in back -- an emergency room on wheels. Since I was working as an EMT out of a hearse initially, the new, dedicated ambulance finally allowed the EMT's to use the training they had received. We also saw a significant decrease in the number of deaths while in transit to hospitals, whether by hearse, private vehicle or in the back seat of a cop car. This model is to be chopped up somewhat, the frame extended and the box portion of the ambulance will be mounted on the back. Fortunately, a modeler on eBay makes and sells the box portion of the ambulance we had originally. Working from pics of that old ambulance, we're going to build the best likeness of that old 1974 Chevy truck with a big ole 454 ci under the hood. The seller of the rear ambulance box suggested the GMC pickup snow plow model as a base kit to build the ambulance. I make my own waterslide decals, so the lettering will be relatively easy and I don't plan to finish out the box or treatment area of this ambulance but may do so at a later date. I've only just begun this project and it will be a challenge, but if it turns out okay I just may build as second model to donate to the local EMS. I'm also looking for a mid-1930's through early 1940's fire truck to customize to make a replica of our first fire truck. My father helped get the used truck into the county, repaired it, painted it and got it into service around 1950. It would be a special item to me if I could get a replica done. If anyone knows of a source for a variety of older fire trucks, then please contact me with details. As far as cons go to this model, there are no more than any other model. Fitment is always something to be on guard for; however, I plan to modify this model so much, will discard the snow plow and the truck bed, I don't plan to add comments later when the build is finished. I'll post pics and discuss the mods used to get the end result.

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  • Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in white and clear.
  • Chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
  • Full detail snow plow and pickup bed mounted roll bar with drivin lights.
  • Separate frame pieces and 4 wheel drive suspension.
  • Waterslide decals with stock and custom graphics.
  • Illustrated instructions.


  • Scale: 1/24
  • Length: 8-1/16" (206.37mm)
  • Width: 3-3/4" (95.25mm)
  • Height: 3-3/8" (85.72mm)
  • Skill level: 2
  • Parts: 103


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"Hey, snow plow!"
Bob S. in IA
OK, when was the last time you built a pick-up kit that included a snow plow? :D Lots of possibilites for the beginner to scratch builders. I had a real '78 with a plow I used to rebuild every summer after beating it up in the winter. For this build, I'm going to hinge the lift part of the plow and add a hyd. lift cyl made from two sizes of K+S alum. tubing and some shrink tubing (for the outer cyl. detail). BTW, for you detaillers, check out prod # AKI229. Much more scaled for the lift chain for this kit than the Verlinden chains (and its pre-rusted!!). I'm building the truck itself fairly stock (out of the box) and if I can get all the plow bits to work I'll get a second kit to build a monument to my old real truck, Old Blue. About the kit, the basic model is nicely molded. Some parts may be tricky for beginners (bed and tailgate, rear cab bulkhead, trans and tranfer case and drive shafts) but take your time and test fit all the parts before glueing them together. It would have been nice to include the option for an older carb, air cleaner, and manifold but this is an easy fix for kit bashers. The frame and running gear really set this kit apart from other pick-up truck kits. The plow part of this kit is begging for some details and this might the project if you want to start learning to scratch build and detail models.

"gmc pickup"
this kit is awesome i have loved Revells truck series even fro m the first to the most recent f-350 and Ram Charger and this certainty was no disappointment this kit looks good and is built very well I love the look of it i think it looks great and is one really cool kit in general this kit comes with a couple cool little options one is the sun roof you can install if you want the roll bar with two kc lights and an antenna along with a brush guard and a whole plow setup this kit is a 1/24th scale and is pretty big 9 inches long and about 3 and a half inches wide it is stock height and comes with some cool rims almost reminding me of American Racing out law 2's this kit also comes with bed rails, a jerrycan, and an extra tire that mounts to the back of the kit when i built this kit i had no difficulty's building it it went together simply which is expected for these kits by Revell i had a little bit of flash but it didn't take long to get rid of it this time round i built it just to build it but next time around i may lift it 6 inches to scale PROS: Lots of cool accessories, detailed kit, has an engine, part of the truck series, easy to put together CONS: NONE!!! I love this kit and I highly recommend this kit just make sure you have built a couple kits before you attempt this kit as it does have over 110 pieces it may prove difficult to less experienced modelers

"Really Easy Build."
I built this truck because it looked like one I use to drive forty years ago. The kit was simple to build and everything went together as it was supposed to. There are not a lot of parts, so it is an easy build. It could have used a little more detail, but the finished product looks really good. The tail lights are not molded in red, so make sure you have some transparent red paint. I would definitely recommend it. It was fun to build and is a good platform for customizing.

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