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    Revell and AMT hobby show new kit announcement

    Some are obviously reissues.

    Revell:
    1/25,'06 Shelby GT500
    1/25 Viper Coupe Srt10
    1/25 '06 Corvette Z06
    1/25 '06 Corvette C6R
    1/25 ,'67 Dodg R/T 2N1
    1/25 '70 Ford TorinoGT
    1/25 Dodge Magnum SRT8
    1/25 Willy's StreetRod
    1/25 '32 Ford Coupe
    1/25 Willy's Drag Racr
    1/24 Ferrari F,430
    1/25 '98 Firebird Ram Air 2N1
    1/25 1/25 '69 Camaro SS 2N1
    1/25 '66 Pontiac GTO
    1/24 Lowrider '86 Chevy MC 2N1
    1/25 Acura RSX-S
    1/25 Lowrider Custom Cadillac
    1/25 '56 Chevy Nomad 2N1
    1/25 GoodGuys '32 Ford High Boy
    1/25 GoodGuys '40 Ford Coupe R
    1/24 Ferrari 612
    1/32 Snap '68 GTO Road Chil
    1/32 Snap '78 Corvette Sport RC
    1/32 Snap '70 Mustang II RC
    1/32 Snap '68 Pont GTO Covert
    1/32 Snap '69 Camaro Z28 Covert
    1/32 Snap '55 Chevy Street Cove

    AMT:
    1/25 RestoRod-'69 Merc Cougar
    1/25 RestoRod-'66 Ford Galaxie
    1/25 '56 Ford Thunderbird
    1/25 '65 Lincoln Continental3N1
    1/25 '61 Ford Ranchero
    1/25 '34 Ford 5-Window Cou 2N1
    1/25 '57 Ford Fairlane 3N1
    1/25 Hemi Under Glass
    1/25 '59 Chevy El Camino
    1/25 '63 Shelby Cobra
    1/25 '68 Camaro Z28
    1/25 RIDES Ford GT90
    1/25 RIDES '05 Ford GT
    1/25 RIDES '04 Pontiac GTO
    1/25 '67 Pontiac GTO

    1/25 '67 Shelby GT-350

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    also announced for October was a 1/24 288GTO. I wouldn;t be surprised if that was the Italeri kit
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    also announced for October was a 1/24 288GTO. I wouldn;t be surprised if that was the Italeri kit
    Definitely, no one is going to make new tooling for that car. The Italeri is a decent kit, especially a good alternative to the labor intensive Fujimi Enthusiast version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Scuderia
    Definitely, no one is going to make new tooling for that car. The Italeri is a decent kit, especially a good alternative to the labor intensive Fujimi Enthusiast version.
    I know,I did the Italeri (1986 or so). If I look up from the key board I can see the Fujimi kit straight ahead of me, still unbuilt
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