1/24 Lamborghini Countach LP500S Plastic Model Kit
Product ID: 85-4948
Skill Level 2
Eye-catching looks. Jaw-dropping speeds.
The Lamborghini Countach was unveiled to the public at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show. The Countach was among the first supercars to sport an angled, wedge-shaped body, which became the signature style of subsequent Lamborghinis. 1982’s LP500S was the first version to be powered by a 5-litre V-12 engine. By the time the model was discontinued in 1990, 2,042 had been produced. Kit features full engine detail with six Weber carburetors, hinged front and rear body panels, a large rear wing and decals with factory stock graphics.
Monogram 1/32 ’67 Dodge Charger #12 Yarbrough Slot Car
Product ID: 85-4844
Mercedes-Benz Bank AMG C-Class DTM 2011 “B. Spengler” Plastic Model Kit
Product ID: 80-7087
Skill level: 4
Length: 204 mm
Hot. Fast. Built to win.
The current generation of C-Klasse racers was in development for 9 months, ensuring optimum performance. Driver Bruno Spengler has taken advantage of the car’s high performance as 2007’s most successful HWA pilot. For the 2011 season, Spengler finished 3rd overall with 51 points, making him the year’s highest-ranked Mercedes team driver. Kit features a multi-part 8-cylinder engine, a detailed cockpit with a multi-part roll bar, a removable hood, a true-to-the-original rear spoiler, a detailed wheel suspension, authentic tires, rims and air deflectors; rotating wheels, chrome parts and authentic sponsor decals.
Audi DTM 2011 “M. Rockenfeller” Plastic Model Kit
Product ID: 80-7086
Skill level: 4
Length: 204 mm
2011’s victorious DTM racer.
2009’s revised DTM rules prohibited Audi from making any substantial alterations to its successful A4 for the 2011 season. As a result, Audi placed minor mods on a car that was already near-perfect. These changes helped Mike Rockenfeller earn a 6th-place rank that season, securing a team victory for Abt Sportsline. Kit features a multi-part 8-cylinder engine, a detailed cockpit with a multi-part roll bar, a removable hood, a true-to-the-original rear spoiler, a detailed wheel suspension, authentic tires, rims and air deflectors; rotating wheels, chrome parts and authentic sponsor decals.
Monogram 1/25 ’40 Ford Coupe Street Rod Plastic Model Kit
Product ID: 85-4993
Skill level: 2
Custom “fat-fendered” style.
Over 540,000 Ford coupes were originally produced for the 1940 model year. Today, the car’s classic “fat-fendered” styling has made it a hit with modern street rod builders. The ’40 Ford Coupe still has the famous Flathead V-8 under the hood, and the lowered suspension will grab the attention of any street rod fanatic. Kit features a one-piece frame with separate cross-member pieces, Ford Flathead V-8 engine with dual carbs and a beehive oil filter, a lowered street rod suspension, soft black tires, chrome-plated parts and decals with custom graphics.
1/25 ’65 Chevy® Impala™ Convertible Plastic Model Kit
Product ID: 85-4933
Skill level: 2
Classy and contoured, with sleek styling.
A best-seller since 1958, the Chevy Impala was completely redesigned for the 1965 model year. A full-coil suspension, a sharply angled windshield and a new body with curved side glass were among the car’s cutting-edge features. The end result set an industry sales record of more than 1 million cars – an achievement which remains unsurpassed today. Kit features full suspension detail with coil springs, a choice of “top-down” convertible or full “top-up” modes, separate chrome-plated windshield framing, soft black tires, chrome-plated parts and decals with factory stock and custom graphics.
Monogram 1/25 ’31 Ford Model A Rat Rod 2 ‘n 1 Plastic Model Kit
Product ID: 85-4259
Skill level: 3
The trendy, show-stopping hot rod.
“Rat Rods” are the latest trend to sweep the hot rod world. Special touches – like primer paint and blanket seat covers – give them a special “homemade” look not found on other custom creations. One of the most popular cars for “Rat Rod” building is the 1931 Ford Model A. Kit features a detailed four-cylinder Ford engine with a choice of stock or “speed” equipment, opening doors, multiple seat choices, soft black tires, a choice of “steely” wheels or modern mags, chrome-plated parts and colorful hot rod decals.