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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
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 Revell-Monogram # rmx857222
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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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"GMC Pickup truck"
alexjacques577
I love this kit it is so much fun to build and every time I have built it i had a lot of fun I like how the bed has separate pieces makes it so much easier to be able to paint the bed black to make it looks like bed liner or a rubber mat for what you would actually put into your truck bed I also love the plow I love how you can put it on any car I've seen someone who put this plow on a 1977 Pontiac Trans AM for a apocalypse diorama and the plow is very detailed and has very nice details in it and this kit has 103 parts unfortunately the kits plow does not come with chains to hold the plow up like a real snow plow would do on a truck when i built this kit i built 3 of them and made a fleet of snow plow kits and i built one other one that was a lifted build it has the tires from the jeep wrangler Rubicon and blacked it out and tinted the windows and made towing mirrors and built a custom flat bed for it as well and swapped the engine out for a 454 Chevy big block I sold it to one of my friends and unfortunately don't have any pictures of it but I defiantly want to build another one like it PROS Clean crisp molds, Fun to build, endless opurtunites CONS: some times the bed is a little difficult to build and assemble

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Features

  • 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.

Specs

  • 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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One plastic model


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"Really Easy Build."
bhardy1
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.

 
"77 gmc plow"
alexjacques426
I love this truck it is a great addition to my truck dioramas and garages I love building trucks and this one definitely has a lot of different ways you could build it and that’s the beauty of this truck you can chose to lift it lower it keep it stock height or what ever else you can imagine I definitely am going to put another one in our stash and you can not complain about the price on this truck Pros: easy on the wallet, Very detailed, nicely casted, lots of possibilities, great for dioramas CONS: minimal flash if you are thinking of picking up this kit then do it it is a lot of fun to build this kit and you will have a lot of fun with it and it will look good for dioramas or whatever you want to make it for

 
"A Good Start For A Very Custom Build"
michael.miller (michael.miller@windstream.net)
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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