2022 NASCAR Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

This is the Salvinos 1/24 scale Kyle Larson 2022 NASCAR Next Gen Primary Livery Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 plastic model racecar kit.

Salvinos 2022 NASCAR Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Plastic Model Racecar Kit 1/24 Scale #2022klp
 Salvinos Jr Models # sjm2022klp
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Salvinos Jr Models Item # sjm2022klp
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Spotlight Review

"Start your engines!!!!"
jimandlisatolliver (Rocky Mount VA)
If I could give these new salvinos jr kits 10 stars I would. I have built the Chase Elliott Napa and The Kyle Larson HendrickCars.com Camaros and they are the best Nascar models I've seen in years. They come premolded in several different colors. The chassis and roll cage are white. The wheels, floor pan diffuser, and cooling system are black, the engine, transaxle and suspension are silver, the glass is clear, and the body is blue on both of these kits. All I did was spray the bodies with testors gloss clear and did the rest with decals. You get 3 sheets of decals with each kit. If your a race fan these are a must buy!! Everything fit as it should. Tight enough they could almost be a snap kit. Almost but glue is definitely a must. I recommend tamiya extra thin as the clearance where the parts join are super tight. Great job Salvinos and thank you Hobbylinc for the best value in model building!!

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"Great kits, so much detail"
These kits are so awesome. No other kits like it. They have so much detail. Kit is molded in color so it could be a quick build if you wanted too. Includes Powerslide decals which are the best out there.

"Fantastic Kit!"
This was my first experience with a Salvinos Jr model and was very impressed overall. Everything is crisply molded with excellent detail and minimal flash. The fit of all parts was also excellent, requiring only minimal fussing with a few. If you are the type to remove all pieces from the sprue in order to do test fitting, mock-up, and painting, resist the urge, as it is largely unnecessary. Also, many of the parts, such as the headers and rear lower control arms are side specific and are easily mixed up. The directions are good overall, if somewhat vague in certain areas. There were also a few unused parts and a few others that were incorrectly called out. A parts list like that included in current Revell kits would be much appreciated. I would also like to see the decals for instrument panel and fire extinguisher called out in their specific build steps rather than at the beginning. I left the majority of the kit pieces unpainted thanks to them being molded in an appropriate color. This allowed the use of liquid cement to build the kit, greatly simplifying assembly. I chose to paint the body, as I have never had good luck applying large decals over compound curved shapes without them wrinkling. I instead used the body decal to prepare masks for the two-toned paint scheme.