September 2016Tamiya 1:24 2016 Honda NSX
NovemberAMT 1:25 1966 Ford Galaxie 500
SeptemberICM 1:24 scale Ford Model T 1911 TouringMoebius Models 1:25 scale 1971 Ford Ranger XLTJulyMonogram's 1:25 scale '57 Ford Del Rio Ranch Wagon 2 'n 1 KitFebruaryRevell's 1:24 scale TrabantsAMT 1:25 scale '62 Chevrolet Bel Air SSAMT 1:25 scale Chevrolet Corvair
OctoberTamiya 1:35 Toyota Model AB PhaetonSeptemberMPC 1:25 Ohio George Malco Gasser 1967 Mustang MPC 1:25 1969 Dodge Charger - Dukes of Hazzard General Lee - Snap Kit Takom 1:35 German Civilian Car
2015 was an auspicious year for NSX aficionados, as the legendary car's 25th anniversary was marked with the announcement of the new second generation production NSX at the Detroit Auto Show. It went on sale to great acclaim in August of this year (2016). An exceptionally lightweight body utilizes aluminum, high strength steel and carbon fiber components, while power is provided by a midship 3.5-liter V6 twin turbo engine in harmony with a 9-speed dual clutch transmission. The ground-breaking hybrid system orchestrates three electric motors for maximum control of all four wheels and outstanding cornering. With this much-anticipated super sports car starting to hit the streets, we have wasted no time in giving it the highly detailed Tamiya treatment and introducing it to the popular 1/24 scale Sports Car Series!
AMT’s 1966 Galaxie kit is a favorite with modelers as it can be built in stock, custom and racing formats. You can build either the stock or SOHC engine. Often built as a vintage stock car racer, the kit includes many period parts to create a super detailed and authentic replica. With many chrome parts, a full color decal sheet with vintage artwork and a bonus mini box, this Retro Deluxe kit has it all!
The Ford Model T is an automobile that was produced by Henry Ford's Ford Motor Company from October 1, 1908, to May 26, 1927. Model T cars were produced in various types, in particular some 1911 cars had open topped five seat touring bodies. This kit features detailed interior, full front and back seat's with pattern, detailed engine, 2-piece hood, lantern sidelights, chassis and suspension, spoked wheels with white rubber tires, clear parts (windshield, mirrors and headlights), brass chrome-plated parts, and includes a painting reference.
Hornet Hobbies is proud to display this model built and finished by Will Murray.
Moebius Models brings one of the classic pick-up trucks of all time in 1/25 Scale. Fully detailed, with the quality you expect from a Moebius kit. The 1971 Ranger XLT kit comes with an accurate interior and carefully recreated 390 CID V8 engine. It measures over 8" long when completed, and includes clear and chrome plated parts, soft PVC tires and a decal sheet.
Designed to take passengers from the train to their destination, the station wagon quickly evolved into the family transport of choice for millions of Americans. The '57 Ford offered both 4-door and 2-door wagons. They featured Ford's new bow-shaped frame, along with a revised suspension for an improved ride. Today, the SUV has largely replaced the station wagon, but you can get your Rio right here! Kit features two optional Rio wagon builds: Police package with roof light, screen, and radio; or standard. Both include detailed 312c.i. Thunderbird V-8, separate frame, and soft black tires.
Trabant 601S Universal 25 Jahre Mauerfall Like its West German counterpart the Volkswagen Beetle, the Trabant has also received a legendary reputation as a vehicle for the masses. The 601 in particular - the third and most built model in the Trabant series has long since been elevated to cult status. Mass production of a three-door estate car version of the 601 designated the Universal was launched in 1965. This vehicle also had body panels made of Duroplast developed in the body shop in Merane. For reasons of cost the easy to maintain Universal was also technically identical to the saloon. Over 500,000 units were built. It was also powered by an air-cooled two-cylinder two-stroke engine displacing 600 cc and producing the distinctive two-stroke sound.
An exceptionally rare Trabant was created in October 2014. To mark the 25th anniversary of German reunification, artists from the Leipzig Graffiti Association decorated the car with scenes depicting the Fall of the Wall . This unique, roadworthy piece of art on four wheels was auctioned off at the end of October 2014 in favour of the German Children's Cancer Aid charity, which campaigns for the fight against cancer in children. The kit includes a decal set with the unique 25 years Fall of the Wall motive for decoration.
Trabant 601 Universal The Trabant 601 with its typical trapezoidal shape was the third and most prolific model of the Trabant series. It was produced from 1964 onwards. It was followed in 1965 by the 3-door estate version called the Universal . This was also powered by a 26 bhp air-cooled two-cylinder, two-stroke engine displacing 600 cc which emitted an unmistakeable sound. The long rear side windows of the Universal imparted a rather pleasing appearance. Of particular note was the boot space which after a quick conversion offered room for up to 1400 litres of baggage, and could be easily loaded thanks to the wide-opening tailgate. Over 544,398 units of this in reality universally usable estate car left the production line up to 1989.
AMT® presents Joe Gardner's 1962 Chevy® Bel Air® "Northwind" Super Stock drag racer as a deluxe 2-in-1 kit! FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, it will include parts for stock and mild custom versions too! Created from modern tooling, this highly detailed kit features a multi-piece interior assembly that is much easier to detail than conventional models. It includes beautiful full color decals to replicate the well-known racer along with drag slicks and headers. Exciting vintage style packaging will be irresistible to modelers and kit collectors alike!
The Chevy Corvair with it's rear-mounted and air-cooled engine has quite a history. AMT presents the 1969 model year in a Retro Deluxe edition, featuring many optional parts for customizing or creating a competition coupe! With its irresistible vintage packaging, it's a classic 3-in-1 kit, only from the Kats at AMT.
The Toyota AB Phaeton was a vehicle first produced in 1936 and it was part of the line started by the famed Japanese car maker. The A1 was the first prototype passenger car built by the company that became Toyota. It was redesigned and put into production as Toyota's first production cars, the AA sedan and the AB cabriolet. A total of 353 AB phaetons, including the military ABR version, were produced until 1942. The majority were eventually sent to the military and never made it into the hands of the public as was originally intended.
The AB was a soft-top variant of the Model AA, and inherited features such as the 3.4-liter inline-6 engine, live axle leaf spring front/rear suspension and body lines influenced heavily by U.S. road cars. It differed from the AA in its folding cloth roof, dedicated windshield design, and front-hinged door layout. To make room for the new folding auxiliary seats, the rear seat bank was moved somewhat further back.
MPC reintroduces Ohio George's Malco Gasser Mustang, one of the most recognizable cars of the late 1960's drag racing era. MPC has executed major backdating on the existing tooling, along with developing a new, correct '67 flip front hood/fender unit. The kit is now even more exciting and accurate than the original, and it hasn't been available as George's car since the 60's!
The Dukes of Hazzard's infamous General Lee is being introduced in an all-new snap together kit! With parts molded in orange, tan, black, along with clear and chrome plated parts, modelers of any skill level can easily assemble a great looking replica with no paint or glue required! BRAND NEW TOOLING ensures a perfect fit!
Takom (HK) International has created the "German Civilian Car" model kit with a terrorist figure and homemade Gas Rockets. This 1:35 scale kit is perfect for the appropriate diorama with Israeli or U.S. tanks.