1968 Camaro Z/28

This is the 1/25 Scale 1968 Camaro Z/28 Plastic Model Kit from AMT. Suitable for Ages 10 & Up.

AMT 1968 Camaro Z/28 Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #868_12
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 AMT/ERTL # amtamt868_12
$21.99
 
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AMT/ERTL Item # amtamt868_12
Features :
  • Multiple motor intake options
  • Stock and custom hood options
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Spotlight Review

 
"Great kit"
Fireball (SC)
This was a great build and I enjoyed every step of the process.

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Features

  • Multiple motor intake options
  • Stock and custom hood options

Specs

  • AMT Product Number: AMT868_12
  • Skill Level 2

Includes

  • Full color decals



Reviews

  
 
"An OK to Good kit from AMT."
dragonhawk1066
This is an older mold from AMT that has been updated with a nice decal sheet, and two very nice sets of pad-printed tires. Some of the details, such as the door panels, are a little shallow but still workable. There is some excess flash to be removed, but not overly troublesome. The parts fit is generally pretty good and overall it is a pretty fun kit to build. It's also about the only '68 Camaro available in kit form, so a plus there, lol. It does represent a 1968 Camaro pretty well in my opinion, so I do highly recommend it.

 
"Love it"
vitali_tkachenka (Lawrenceville, GA)
I have built many AMT models, and haven't seen any bad one yet. So that one is not exclusion. Great attention to details. Nice decals. Love clear and chrome parts.

 
"Not a bad kit .."
Tex Jester
Got this as a Christmas present from my little brother a year ago; not fond of the Camaro (always liked the Firebirds better..). But when your brother thinks enough about you ..... As I remember, the only real problem I had with the kit was the stripe decals. Brittle, and wouldn't lay down. (I hadn't discovered setting solutions yet..) Lessons learned - I used craft acrylic, and didn't know I needed to thin it first (brushed on) - I wasn't happy with the results.... I hadn't yet learned about gloss coats either. Take your time - it does come out to be a nice addition.