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Peterbilt 359 Conventional

Assemble a Peterbilt 359 Conventional Truck with this 1:25 Scale Plastic Model Kit from Revell. Suitable for Ages 13 & Older.

Revell-Monogram Peterbilt 359 Conventional Plastic Model Truck Kit 1/25 Scale #851506
 Revell-Monogram # rmx851506
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Revell-Monogram Item # rmx851506
Specifications :
  • Scale: 1:25
  • Length: 11-7/8" (301mm)
  • Width: 3-3/4" (96mm)
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 851506
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"Peterbilt 359"
I would highly recommend this kit for anyone who wants to start building highway trucks. The frame is already put together so you don't have to worry about getting the rails straight. The tractor goes together very well. Everything fits this is what I love about Revell models they go together with out having a bunch of problems. It is a great kit if you want to do some detailing and make it look like the real thing. I built mine in about three weeks. I took my time and enjoyed building it. Here's a few pictures of the end result. Have fun and enjoy the build.

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  • An authentic replica built from high-quality plastic parts with the highest level of detail and accuracy! Tilting hood reveals the highly detailed 6-cylinder turbocharged CAT diesel engine.
  • Exquisitely detailed twin axle chassis and suspension.
  • Well-appointed cab interior.
  • Realistic bedding on the bed in the sleeper.
  • Dual air horns and sleeper mounted lights.
  • Plenty of chrome including fuel tanks, stacks, mirrors with antennas, grille and bumper, and steps with crosshatch detail.
  • Simulated high mileage radial tires and alloy Reynolds wheels.
  • Waterslide decals.
  • Illustrated assembly guide.


  • Scale: 1:25
  • Length: 11-7/8" (301mm)
  • Width: 3-3/4" (96mm)
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 851506


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I love this kit it is a lot of fun to build it is an awesome looking kit the only problem I have with this is that it is basically a snap tite and this kit is a lot of fun to build just like the kenworth it is very detailed has a very nicely detailed i6 caterpillar engine and it comes in a big box which is always exciting to get I definatly want to get another one of these kits as they are a lot of fun to buiild and the customization is endless on these kits I would give this a 9.5 out of 10 stars as this kit is a lot of fun and easy on the wallet for only 19.95!

"The Amazingly fun Peterbilt 359"
this kit is awesome it is so fun to build and because it is a semi truck there is always going to be a lot of was you can build this kit you can do so much you can turn it into a drag truck, a flatbed wrecker, a normal work truck, and many many more ways to build this wonderful kit the experiences i had with this kit were 100% positive the engine was very nicely detailed and just looked good details in the kit are very nice and this kit is easy to assemble in fact some pieces just snap together this kit is so much fun i had a lot of fun i built it into a flat bed wrecker to use for a shop truck to transport cars back and forth and it looks awesome i also cut the frame and extended it 8 scale inches then used thread to cut the sleeper cab off same with the interior portion once done i took square rods of styrene cut those and used those to make a frame for the flatbed to sit on then took sheets of styrene ( which can be purchased on hobbylinc as well ) and placed that on the frame for it i took two or three sheets of thick styrene and glued them together with super glue and plastic cement glue with zig zag beads then clamped and let dry for 48 hours to ensure it was solid then i measured out and made cuts to these styrene pieces then took a dremel and sanded it and rounded it off to make a flat bed wrecker frame after that i took those left over square rods and made a head ache rack once completed i put that on the frame and sanded a minor little depth right behind the head ache rack and put a which there i then took the styrene rails cut them and placed them on the sides of the styrene sheets then took styrene rods again and made the lower lift gate on then took the same control buttons from the GMC wrecker kit and put one of those on the side then after that i took the two boxes for the Mack r conventional snap TITE kit and used those for the hydraulic boxes then after that i painted and assembled everything PROS: its and awesome kit, cheap, easy to assemble, has great detail, can be built in many different ways CONS: nothing this is an awesome kit!!! if you are buying this kit and don't want the sleeper cab just realize that is not separate from the cab so you will have to cut it off but that is very simple just take sewing thread and go back and forth cutting it secured to a table or if you have access to power tools and or hand tools you can cut it with a hack saw or something i have access but its safer to go with the sewing thread for you and the kit but other then that this kit is awesome and i hope you buy it and have as much fun as i had with it

"Good beginner model"
I've only built a few models so far, this is my second truck, and I liked how simple this one is. Most parts just click together after you sand off the extra lines of plastic. The frame on mine was just a little twisted but I taped it to a piece of wood and used hot water to get it straight. Pretty easy fix.

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