A new build and play concept for boys and girls ages 5 -7 that bridges the gap between construction play sets and model kits. The kit helps to build fine motor skills with age appropriately sized parts and an ergonomic tool designed for small hands. Easy to assemble, disassemble and assemble, again and again. Doors, hoods, and compartments open and close.
Kid-friendly model construction kit that promotes the development of fine motor skills and STEAM learning through creative interactive play
Easy to assemble and disassemble design fosters creative STEAM play as your junior pit crew builds their own race car and then races onto hours of fun
This 23-pc model kit screws together using an included ergonomic tool designed for small hands
Easy to follow, full color, pictorial instructions
During World War II, the German military used the Stuka Dive Bomber as an extension of the artillery. Beginning in 1939 with the Polish campaign, the Stuka delivered pinpoint accurate bombing before artillery units were in place. The G-1 “Tank Buster” was the last version of the plane, and it played a significant role on the Eastern Front against Russian tanks.
Add this WW II dive bomber to your collection with this 54-piece model kit
Features 2-underwing 37mm BK cannons, pilot and co-pilot figures, 4-piece canopy section
Kit is molded in light grey and clear, paint and glue are sold separately
Revel Junior Kit Lightning McQueen is a model assembly kit that will engage your child in a way ordinary toys can’t. Revel Model Assembly Kits provide engaging, productive play that etches kids how to follow instructions, build logic, think dimensionally and participate in non stop adventure of imagination. The ergonomic screwdriver and unique screw and nut system allows your child to easily assemble and disassemble for hours of creative play. Easy touch hood activates the light up headlights and authentic Lightning McQueen “Ki-CHOW” and racing sounds. Kids will Ove the fun of building their very own Lightning McQueen car right from the Cars 3 movie!.
The Suburban has a rich history and is in fact the longest, continuously used nameplate still in production today. The Suburban can be defined as a station wagon based on a pickup truck chassis. As Chevy has changed its pickup trucks, so too has the Suburban changed. It has spanned eleven generations of trucks. This 1966 Suburban is part of the fifth generation started in 1960. The ‘60 through ‘66 Suburban was available with either a 6 cylinder or V-8 engine. The Suburban was large enough to have 2 rows of seating, and cargo space in the rear. For rear access, Chevy offered the choice of a tailgate opening or panel style doors. While the Suburban has changed in different ways over the years and has also been produced in other GM product lines, its fundamental concept has not changed.
Add a truck that spans generations to your model collections with this 124-piece model kit
This kit features detailed 283 c.i. V-8 engine and two rows of interior seating.
The kit includes whitewall tire inserts and underside spare tire.
This 1:25 scale model is molded in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
Recommended for ages 12 years and up. Required paint, glue and tools are sold separately.
The C7.R is the sophisticated racing version of the latest generation Corvette. It was developed by Pratt & Miller to compete and win in the competitive world of endurance racing. The C7.R’s crowning achievement was winning its class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2015. This was the sixth time that a Corvette R version had won its class at this historic race.
Construct this ultimate racing machine yourself with this 64-piece model kit
Kit features a full interior roll cage, lift-off style bodywork, and engine detail
The kit is molded in white, transparent red, and clear plastic and comes with soft black tires, paint and glue sold separately
In 1957, Don Yenko started selling aftermarket performance car parts at the dealership started by his father in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. In the 60s, this was expanded to selling fully modified cars with the SYC (Yenko Super Car) name on the hood. In 1969, Yenko ordered COPO Novas with factory installed 427 cubic inch engines. Yenko then added other modifications to make it a SYC.
Add Yenko Super Car (SYC) to your collection by building this 111-piece model kit
Kit opening hood, 427 cubic inch engine, separate door handles and wipers, detailed suspension and exhaust systems
Kit is molded in white and clear w/ chrome plated parts and soft black tires, paint and glue are sold separately
The original Ford Bronco could be considered to be ahead of its time. It was Ford’s first compact SUV vehicle, a category which has become so popular today. The Bronco remained basically unchanged from 1966 to 1977, and has extended to 5 generations. Based on a 92 inch wheelbase, the first Bronco was intended as an off-road multi-purpose truck with 4 wheel drive. The base price was under $2,200 when it was introduced. The original Bronco offered a long list of options, but still remained a very basic vehicle. It was designed with a clear sheet, and unlike the Mustang, it did not use an existing platform. There were two engines to choose from, a straight 6 cylinder or a more powerful small block V-8, and three body styles, a wagon, a half-cab or a roadster. Other options included such things as a swing-a-way spare tire and bench-style back seat.
Challenge yourself to construct this 137-piece model kit
This kit features detailed 289 cu.in. engine, swing-a-way spare tire, and removable hardtop
This 1:25 scale model is molded in white and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
Recommended for ages 14 years and up. Required paint, glue, and tools sold separately.
The original Ford GT was developed by Ford in 1964 for the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France. Ford wanted to prove they could not only compete with the best in the world, but win. After a few rough starts, the Ford GT won the Le Mans race 4 years in a row. Now, on the 50th Anniversary of the first win, Ford has developed an all new Ford GT using advanced technology and the mechanical know-how perfected over five decades. Kit features detailed interior, disc brakes, and metal axles. Molded in color.
This 28-pc set snaps together in about an hour
Kit features detailed interior, disc brakes, and metal axles
The most popular car in the Fast & Furious movie series is Dominic Toretto’s jet black Dodge Charger. In the very first movie, Dominic showed that hot import cars are no match for cubic inches. The Fast & Furious series now includes seven films, and is the most successful franchise in Universal Studios history. Dominic’s 1970 Dodge Charger has appeared in most of the films.
Construct your own Fast & Furious car with this challenging 122-piece model kit
Kit features detailed blown HEMI engine, raiser rear suspension and drag slicks, roll bar, and fire extinguisher
Kit is molded in white, transparent red, and clear with chrome parts and soft black tires, paint and glue sold separately
Star Wars SnapTite build and play Imperial at-act cargo walker 85-1636 kit includes 45 fun and easy snap together pieces. Features in the 85-1636 kit include battle action sounds and a lighted cockpit that brings your Imperial at-act cargo walker to life! position able head, legs and feet allows you to display your 85-1636 in multiple battle poses! no tools, paint or glue needed, perfect for ages 8+.
No tools, paint or glue needed, perfect for ages 8+
Easy to build model kit includes : Battle action sounds, Full-motion positionable head, Positionable feet, Multi-joint postionable legs for display, Lighted command cockpit for display