1956 Ford Victoria Hardtop

This is the 1/25 scale 1956 Ford Victoria Hardtop plastic model car vehicle kit from AMT/ERTL.

AMT 1956 Ford Victoria Hardtop Plastic Model Truck Vehicle Kit 1/25 Scale #1308
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 AMT/ERTL # amt1308
$30.19
 
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AMT/ERTL Item # amt1308
Features :
  • Skill level 2
  • Molded in white/transparent red/clear/chrome
  • When built the model is 7.5 inches long
  • Fully paintable
  • This is a 3 in 1 model (stock/custom/racing)
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"JUSTICE"
utemountain01
Give it JUSTICE or LEAVE IT IN THE BOX. Never a day late or a Dollar short in a 292 FORD VICKY

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Features

  • Skill level 2
  • Molded in white/transparent red/clear/chrome
  • When built the model is 7.5 inches long
  • Fully paintable
  • This is a 3 in 1 model (stock/custom/racing)

Specs

  • AMT Product Number: 1308

Includes

  • 170+ parts
  • Black vinyl tires
  • Expanded water slide decal sheet

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Paint and glue is required
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Reviews

  
 
".56 vic"
jnolan1964
I found it kind of difficult to assemble The doors did not fit right for me lots of Flash on this one maybe it was just this kid poor fit for me

 
"This is One Nice Vicky!"
wityak58
I first built this kit in the late 1960s. At the time I remembered it being a really nice kit and building it a second time only confirmed this. There is a good parts count with custom, stock, and drag versions, with only molded in exhaust on the chassis spoiling things. There are well-fitting opening doors, a nice Y-block V8, good engraving, and not too much flash. The pad printed whitewall tires and M&H slick are very nice. The stock wheel covers are well done, but the other wheel options are a letdown. The nice looking 12 spoke Radirs are too wide and the open wheels lack detail. I’ve been doing a lot of NASCAR builds lately and built mine as the Holman-Moody built Curtis Turner Sunliner, which shares the swoopy side trim with the Victoria. I glued the interior bucket to the body before sawing off the roof and then glued the right door shut. I lowered the ride height at the front by mounting the backing plates (parts 31) in such a way that it created a dropped spindle. The kit supplied open wheels lacked detail, so I replaced them with a better looking set from the AMT Jolly Green Gasser 1965 Galaxie. The kit windshield would likely be acceptable for a coupe, but the fit was not acceptable for a convertible. I replaced it with one made from thin, clear plastic harvested from some old packaging. The rest of the kit went together well. I built a tonneau cover from sheet styrene and straight pins, and used Bare Metal foil and aftermarket decals to complete the model. One thing that I missed in my build was the large gap between the hood and cowl. Some strip styrene added to the rear hood edge would have closed it up. This was a fun and satisfying build.

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