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1958 1970 Pontiac kit history Subscriber Only Content

With the excitement surrounding Moebius’ all-new 1961 Pontiac Ventura and Catalina kits, it’s a great time to take a look back at all the great model car kits of the Big Pontiacs from 1958 through 1970. As with previous Scale Auto kit h...

AMT 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix Subscriber Only Content

1965 Pontiac Grand Prix Round 2 No. 990/12 Model Type: Injection-molded styrene Molded Colors: White, black, clear Scale: 1/25 MSRP: $25.99 Pros: Plenty of options; four building versions Cons: Wheel track too narrow; transmission hit bottom of inter...
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AMT 2016 Camaro SS Subscriber Only Content

2016 Camaro SS AMT No. AMT982M/12 Model Type: Injection-molded styrene snap kit Molded Colors: Black, white, clear Scale: 1/24 MSRP: $21.99 Pros: Good detail; parts snap together securely; good weekend-type project Cons: Hard to attach tires to wheel...
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1961 Pontiac Ventura Subscriber Only Content

1961 Pontiac Ventura When Moebius announced it was going to be bringing out a 1961 Pontiac Ventura, I was ecstatic. I always loved the look of all the “bubble top” GM cars of the early Sixties, so I had to build this kit as soon ...

MPC Bobby Isaac 1972 Ford Torino Subscriber Only Content

Bobby Isaac 1972 Ford Torino MPC No. MPC839/12 Model Type: Injection-molded styrene Molded Colors: White, black, clear Scale: 1/25 MSRP: $30.49 Pros: Decent model of an early-1970s Grand National car Cons: Fit issues; generic parts; stance too high
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