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AMT The Amtronic Concept Car of the Future

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AMT 755
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1:24 Scale
The Amtronic Concept Car of the Future
AMT 755
Rating 1 Customer Reviews

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AMT

AMT The Amtronic Concept Car of the Future

- Scale: 1:24
- Skill Level: 2
- For Ages: 10+
- Assembly: Requires Glue
- Released: Jun 2012
- Availability: In Stock
- Price: $6.38

Item Description

This is the AMT The Amtronic Concept Car of the Future in 1:24 scale. This AMT kit has step by step illustrated instructions to guide you through the assembly. For this AMT kit you will need glue, and for a winning look we recommend paint. Not recomended for children under the age of 10.

AMT Model Kits
UPC: 858388019318
AMT 755

1 Customer Reviews

Overall Rating: 2.0 out of 5
Rating: 2 out of 5
Rating
Great concept car design (if a little naieve)... Unfortunately, the model falls short of hopes and expectations. Many parts don't fit together properly - lots of filing and sanding required (eg. Rearview window was too big for the frame) There are too many tiny parts which could easily have been included in the moulding (eg. 8x "fairing retainers to limit wheel fairing movement; each piece is approx 1mm x 1.5mm!) The "chrome" plating doesn't look realistic AND cannot be glued. I had to remove most of it to get (small, fiddly) pieces to stick together, repainting with a more realistic, metallic paint. One needs three or four hands to coordinate putting some pieces together (eg. two main wheels in front car, plus back panel of front car. Some parts were incredibly difficult to glue and align properly (eg. wheel fairings to wheel struts, power transfer belt cover to trans-axle on rear engine assembly. Short pins were too short for wheels; there weren't enough long pins for wheels AND lift fans, so I had to glue the fans instead of having them free to spin. It was a challenge, resulting in a finished model which shows some imperfections, but to be fair, it was an educational experience.

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