1965 Chevy II Nova AWB Twister Funny Car

This is the 1/25 scale 1965 Chevy II Nova AWB Twister Funny Car plastic model car vehicle kit from AMT/ERTL.

AMT 1965 Chevy II Nova AWB Twister Funny Car Plastic Model Car Vehicle Kit 1/25 Scale #1293
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 AMT/ERTL # amt1293
$25.39
 
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Features :
  • Skill level 2
  • Molded in white and chrome
  • When built the model is 7 inches long
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Spotlight Review

 
"1965 Nova"
Jkthealien (Geneva,Ohio)
Awesome kit, very little flash, parts fell together but front axle will test your patience. Would do another but waiting on my next order.

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Features

  • Skill level 2
  • Molded in white and chrome
  • When built the model is 7 inches long

Specs

  • AMT Product Number: 1293

Includes

  • 92 parts
  • 427 chevy engine with chrome fuel injection stacks
  • A colorful decal sheet

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Paint and glue is required
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Reviews

  
 
"Chevy 2 Much Fun"
dsilva (historic 66)
This is a model of a first generation funny car with the shortened wheel base.Its a nice kit which goes together mostly well until its time to attach the body to frame.Then it gets tricky with the contact points(There are none). I ended up throwing a lot of glue where the body meets the frame and let it sit for 24 hours. But it's a good looking car when its complete. It looks like something from the mid sixties.

 
"Fun Build Despite Body Fit Issue"
wityak58
This kit depicts a generic early AWB funny car and is a good starting point for a scale replica of the Doug Thorley AWB Nova. The body is nicely molded with good engraving and little flash. There is a big block Chevy engine and 4 speed trans. The injector stacks are molded with their parting lines at the top. Well done! The white styrene tires are a blast from the past. The kit has relatively few parts and is mostly a straightforward build. Others have noted, however, that problems arise when it is time to marry the body to the interior tub. I also ran into this problem, and is the result of a fitment issue between the inside of the windshield and the top forward edge of the dashboard. Filing the dash in this area to remove ca. 1/8 inch of the dash then allows everything to fit. Recommended.

 
"Bad News"
hijenx1
Fun, easy build. A little lacking in detail, but gives you the opportunity to do your own. Liked the way it turned out.

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