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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"Truck looks great!"
Put this truck together and it looks great! Didn't have to sand the mold lines very much, there is also great detail on this kit. I was very pleased with this product. For the guy that went on his baby rant about this's a level 2! Meaning it's going to be easy to put together! And the kit is very mic to must not get around trucks much....

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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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"Great for the young'uns"
I'm the type of person who can't justify buying two of the same thing. Which is why I'm glad that this truck exists, because the other kid I have also wanted a truck when his brother got the Kenworth W900 model. Having some variation is nice. This is also snap-fit which is very child friendly.

"***Very good/detailed kit***"
I was impressed with the detail of this kit. I've been out of modeling for quite some time and this kit attracted my attention, not only because I love big rigs, but also the value and detail involved. I ended up modifying the kit a little by extending the frame, adding a larger front bumper and visor. I enjoyed the instructions, really easy to follow. I'll be buying several of these kits to try different changes and modifications. I recommend this kit to anyone who loves big rigs and who wants to have a great model when completed. S.A. Lund - WA.

"They don't say this kit is a SNAP-TOGETHER"
I can't believe all the reviews on this website saying this kit is easy to modify They obviously never built an AMT or ERTL. I think this kit sucks, because, for one, there is hardly anything to do on it, it's like all already together, molded together. There is nothing to do on the frame except snap the front axle on, and snap the one piece rear suspension/axles on. If i'm going to put together a kit I WANTS PARTS, lots of them I might be different, but I LOVE building up the frames and chassis-it's one of my favorite parts. I like the multiple piece crossmembers and gluing them to the frame rails, wherever I want them, if i want to modify the truck, and have an option of where i want to put the suspension to (makes it easier to shorten or lengthen the frame). I also can't stand it when the sleeper is molded to the cab; like no one would ever want to have a day cab (sleeperless) model. Revell gives NO options on this kit. Tires suck to. Wheels are not to scale and not deep enough to even look real. The entire kit is so easy a 4 year old can build it Needs no glue, at all, I don't understand why they don't advertise it as a Snap-together Even the head lights are molded to the grill and that just snaps into the hood. Mirrors; just one piece, snaps in, done. Clearance lights on the roof, just snaps in, and there's no way to build it without them if one so wishes. Other things that bother me: the mud flaps are like 6 (scale) past where they should be, the battery box mounts (with the entire bottom of the box) are molded into the frame and the same for the fuel tank mounts; makes it almost impossible to create anything other version beside like it is on the box. The fuel tanks are only two pieces and has an ugly seam done the middle on the front and back and that makes it impossible to remove if you want to keep them chrome... just a very very poor design. I give it a rating of 1 on a scale 1 to 10.

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