Revell 66 Chevy Suburban

 We finally got our hands on the new Revell ’66 Chevy Suburban and quickly had to open it and take a look & are minds started to think slammed, Steve Zimmerman wheels, big block supercharged…etc etc hey can’t give you guys all our ideas. Can’t wait to see what others do to their kits. Do we like it? Yes. Do we recommend it? Yes.

Brand: Revell
Title: ’66 Chevy Suburban
Number: 85-4409
Type: Full kit
Includes: Plastic sprues, Vinyl, Waterslide decals, Clear parts
Released: 7/2017

Skill Level: 4
Scale: 1/25
Length: 7-3/4″
Width: 3-1/16″
Height: 2-13/16″
Parts: 124

Capacity and tenacity

The rich history of the Chevy Suburban stretches back almost as far as the history of Chevy itself. It is, in fact, the longest continuously used nameplate that is still in production. It’s a station wagon based on a pickup truck chassis and it has grown and evolved as the Chevy truck line has advanced. This 1966 version is from the fifth generation Suburban started in 1960. Kit features detailed 283ci V-8 engine, two rows of seats, whitewall tires, and spare tire.

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