1971 Plymouth Duster 340

This is the 1/25 Scale 1971 Plymouth Duster 340 Plastic Model Car Kit by AMT.

AMT 1971 Plymouth Duster 340 Plastic Model Car Kit 1/25 Scale #1118
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 AMT/ERTL # amt1118
$26.99
 
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AMT/ERTL Item # amt1118
Features :

Skill 2, paint and cement required

Molded-in white and clear, with chrome and clear red

Super-detail parts throughout

Pad printed vinyl tires

Decals feature multiple stripe color options\

Vintage-style packaging

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Spotlight Review

 
"nice model, but older molding"
rarem37
This is a nice model of the 1971 Duster and can be built in several versions. It is mostly flash free and assembles easily. You can leave the hood scoops and rear wing off for more of a base model look. The reason I don't give it 5 stars is that it is an older molding that is not quite up to the standards of the new molding process.

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Features

Skill 2, paint and cement required

Molded-in white and clear, with chrome and clear red

Super-detail parts throughout

Pad printed vinyl tires

Decals feature multiple stripe color options\

Vintage-style packaging


Specs

  • AMT Product Number: 1118

Includes

One Plastic Model


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Reviews

  
 
"Really nice offering from AMT."
dragonhawk1066
I really like this kit. It has lots of molded in details and I like that it has separate door panels for easier detailing. Overall it was pretty easy to put together, with the only issue being the fit of the lower windshield where it meets the dashboard and firewall. Some trimming will be necessary to get a proper fit. You have extra parts for a couple of hood options as well. The decal sheet is very nice and includes a few options for the hood. Pad-printed tires are included to top it all off. Highly recommended!

 
"Overall a nice kit with some fit issues"
hootdad
Overall this is a very nice, fairly detailed kit. I especially appreciate the engine details. The major issue was some fit issues especially wrt the clear glass pieces. The side windows didn't fit once you matted the chassis/tub to the body. I just left them out - it was easier and they really weren't needed. A bigger issue was the windshield. There are locating pins - which is nice - but the plastic on the bottom of the windshield was so thick that I had to take the tub apart and redo it with the dash lower to make it fit. Even then the front suspension sat too low - I had to heat it and bend it up a bit. Even after doing that it still rides a bit high in the front. If I had it to do over I would trim that piece off of the windshield. Still, these are pretty nit-picky in an overall good, nice looking kit.

 
"Sharp Duster"
ruzguz
A real nice kit! Sharply molded, no flash at all, mold seams almost nonexistent. The 340 6 pack motor has great detail, the heater and ac lines are a bit crowded but after a little trimming should fit fine. Body mates with the chassis just fine, front end sets a little high so lm going to try a taller rear wheel and tire combo to raise up the backend a bit. All in all a great kit of a fantastic Mopar of days gone by. I would definitely build another.

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