Miscellaneous Cars 1930-1959
Moebius Kit# 1203 1955 Tim Flock Chrysler Racer 1/25 (1 of 3000) (F/S) (April 2012 issue) $40.00

Tim Flock stands as one of stock car racing's greatest drivers and 1955 was a record setting year for him. Scoring his second Grand National
Championship title, Flock won 19 poles and 18 victories including winning on the beach at the Daytona 500.  His 18 victories in 38 starts stood as a
record until broken in 1967.  Tim drove the powerful new Chrysler 300 as part of a team of cars for owner Carl Kiekhaefer who used racing to promote his
Mercury outboard motor company.
The perfect complement to the Moebius 1955 Chrysler 300 , Model King in conjunction with Moebius Models has refined the tooling and created this
limited private production limited edition of Tim Flock's 1955 Chrysler Race Car made famous on the beaches of Daytona in the infancy of the now
iconic Daytona 500.
This all new fully detailed kit by Moebius models features authentic chassis and engine, interior, and accurately scaled body panels.  Additional features
for this racing version are listed below.       

FEATURES:
Authentic Racing Decals
Open Steel Wheels
Unique Racing Exhaust System and Pipes
Vintage Racing Parts
Lap Belts, No Rear Seat & Roll Bar
Moebius Kit# 1202 1952 Tim Flock Hudson Hornet Racer 1/25 (1 of 3000) (F/S) (2011 issue) $40.00

The perfect complement to the recently released Moebius 1953 Hudson Hornet, Model King in conjunction with Moebius Models has refined the tooling
and created this limited private production edition of Tim Flock's 1952 Hudson Hornet Race Car made famous on the beaches of Daytona in the infancy
of the now iconic Daytona 500.
The kits are expected in early November and Model King reports that he is already sold out.  We are receiving 240 and will not be able to re-order.  
Pre-orders are recommended now.  
The Hudson Hornet is an automobile that was produced by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan between 1951 and 1954. The Hornet was
also built by American Motors Corporation (AMC) in Kenosha, Wisconsin and marketed under the Hudson brand between 1955 and 1957.
The Hornet, introduced for the 1951 model year, was based on Hudson's "step-down" design that was first seen in the 1948 model year on the
Commodore. The design merged body and frame into a single structure, with the floor pan recessed between the car's frame rails instead of sitting on top
of the frame. Thus one "stepped down" into a Hudson. The step-down chassis's "lower center of gravity...was both functional and stylish. The car not only
handled well, but treated its six passengers to a sumptuous ride. The low-slung look also had a sleekness about it that was accentuated by the nearly
enclosed rear wheels.
In 1952 the "Twin H-Power" version was introduced with dual single-barrel carburetors atop a dual-intake manifold, and power rose to170 hp (127 kW).
The hood featured a functional scoop that ducts cold air to the carburetors and was considered "ventilation" in 1954, rather than ram air.[1] The engine
could be tuned to produce 210 hp (157 kW) when equipped with the "7-X" modifications that Hudson introduced later.[3] During 1952 and 1953 the
Hornet received minor cosmetic enhancements, and still closely resembled the Commodore of 1948.
This kit accurately represents the 1952 racing version driven by Tim Flock. The Hornet proved near-invincible in stock-car racing. Despite its racing
successes...sales began to languish.
This all new fully detailed kit by Moebius models features authentic chassis and engine, interior, and accurately scaled body panels.  Additional features
for this racing version are listed below.

FEATURES:
Authentic Racing Decals
Open Steel Wheels
Racing Exhaust System and Pipes
Detailed H-145 Engine
Authentic Step-Down Chassis
Vintage Racing Parts
1952 Interior
Revell Kit# 85-4254 1950 Oldsmobile Coupe (2 'n 1) Special Edition 1/25 (F/S) (Sept 2012 issue) $30.00
Instructions Revell designers have given us an all new first time kit of the classic 1950 Oldsmobile Club Coupe.  

Oldsmobile entered the 1950s following a divisional image campaign centered on its 'Rocket' engines and its cars' appearance followed suit.
Oldsmobile's Rocket V8 engine was the leader in performance, generally considered the fastest cars on the market and by the mid 1950s their styling was
among the first to offer a wide, "open maw" grille, suggestive of jet propulsion. Oldsmobile adopted a ringed-globe emblem to stress what marketers felt
was its universal appeal. Throughout the 1950s, the make used twin jet pod-styled taillights as a nod to its "Rocket" theme. Oldsmobile was among the first
of General Motors' divisions to receive a true hardtop in 1949, and it was also among the first divisions (along with Buick and Cadillac) to receive a
wraparound windshield, a trend that eventually all American makes would share at sometime between 1953 and 1964.
In the 1950s the nomenclature changed again, and trim levels also received names that were then mated with the model numbers. This resulted in the
Oldsmobile 88 emerging as base Dynamic 88 and the highline Super 88. Other full-size model names included the "Holiday" used on hardtops, and
"Fiesta" used on its station wagons. When the 88 was retired in 1999 (with a Fiftieth Anniversary Edition), its length of service was the longest model name
used on American cars after the Chrysler New Yorker.

FEATURES:
Fully detailed V-8 engine revealed by opening hood
Authentic interior and accurate body scaling
Molded in white, and clear with red translucent taillights, chrome plated parts and soft vinyl tires.
Beautiful Waterslide Decals to replicate a couple of different race cars including a car that ran at Darlington in 1950.
Moebius Kit# 1200 1953 Hudson Hornet 1/25 (F/S) (2011 issue) $40.00

The Hudson Hornet is an automobile that was produced by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan between 1951 and 1954. The Hornet was
also built by American Motors Corporation (AMC) in Kenosha, Wisconsin and marketed under the Hudson brand between 1955 and 1957.
The Hornet, introduced for the 1951 model year, was based on Hudson's "step-down" design that was first seen in the 1948 model year on the
Commodore. The design merged body and frame into a single structure, with the floor pan recessed between the car's frame rails instead of sitting on top
of the frame. Thus one "stepped down" into a Hudson. The step-down chassis's "lower center of gravity...was both functional and stylish. The car not only
handled well, but treated its six passengers to a sumptuous ride. The low-slung look also had a sleekness about it that was accentuated by the nearly
enclosed rear wheels.
In 1952 the "Twin H-Power" version was introduced with dual single-barrel carburetors atop a dual-intake manifold, and power rose to170 hp (127 kW).
The hood featured a functional scoop that ducts cold air to the carburetors and was considered "ventilation" in 1954, rather than ram air.[1] The engine
could be tuned to produce 210 hp (157 kW) when equipped with the "7-X" modifications that Hudson introduced later.[3] During 1952 and 1953 the
Hornet received minor cosmetic enhancements, and still closely resembled the Commodore of 1948.
The Hornet proved near-invincible in stock-car racing. Despite its racing successes...sales began to languish. Hudson's competitors, using separate
body-on-frame designs, could change the look of their models on a yearly basis without expensive chassis alterations, whereas the Hornet's "modern,
sophisticated uni-body design was expensive to update," so it "was essentially locked in" and "suffered against the planned obsolescence of the Big Three
[General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler] automakers.
The 1953 model year brought minor changes to the Hudson Hornet. The front end was modified with a new grille and a non-functional air scoop hood
ornament. Hudson Hornet 1953 model year production totaled 27,208 units.
This all new fully detailed kit by Moebius models features authentic chassis and engine, interior, and accurately scaled body panels.       

FEATURES:
Detailed H-145 Engine & opening hood
Authentic Step-Down Chassis
Includes Realistic Decals for the Enine Bay and Interior
Highly Detailed Interior & Optional Sunvisor
Over 120 Parts - Skill Level 3 - recommended for age 15 and up
Molded in Neutral Gray with Chrome Parts, Clear Parts, and Clear Red Parts
Realistic Flexible Vinyl Tires with Tampo Printed Wide White Walls
Revell Kit# 85-4249 Kurtis Kraft Edelbrock Midget Racer with Trailer 1/25 (F/S) (Dec 1, 2010 issue) $30.00

In the late 1930's Frank Kurtis founded the Kurtis Kraft Company. They designed and built race cars, and in just a little
over a twenty year period, produced over 1,100 midgets, 500 ready to race and over 600 in kit form. The Kurtis midget
racer won countless events all over the country for decades and they are still running at vintage events today.

FEATURES:
Two wheel trailer with optional up or down loading ramps.
Silver photo etch metal detail parts.
Removable hood with detailed Edelbrock V-8 engine.
Decal with optional trim and numbers plus graphics for tow vehicles.
The kit is molded in white and clear with bright and satin chrome plated parts and soft black tires.
Revell Kit# 85-4267 Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser Midget Racer with Trailer 1/25 (F/S) (Dec 1, 2010 issue) $30.00

Here is Kurtis-designed and "Offy"-equipped. Founded in the late 1930s, Kurtis Kraft was one of the most premier producers of race cars during
the sport's formative years. When the company partnered with Offenhauser engines, the pair produced multiple championship-winning racers
over a course of 20 years, forever cementing each company's place in auto history. The kit features a removable hood with a detailed
Offenhauser engine, a choice of carburetors or fuel injection, a two-wheel trailer with opening loading ramps, chrome-plated parts, black vinyl
tires and decals with optional trim and numbers, plus graphics for two vehicles.

FEATURES:
Highly detailed pieces molded in white and clear, satin chrome plated parts, soft black tires, silver photo-etch metal detail parts
Two wheel trailer with optional up or down loading ramps and removable hood with detailed Offenhauser V-8 engine
Waterslide decals with optional trim and numbers plus graphics for tow vehicle, Illustrated instructions
Moebius Kit# ? 1952 Marshall Teague "Fabulous" Hudson Hornet Racer # 6 1/25 (1 of 3000) Limited Private Production (2012 issue) (Out of Stock)

The perfect complement to the recently released Moebius 1952 Tim Flock Hudson Hornet , Model King in conjunction with Moebius Models has refined
the tooling again and created this limited private production edition of Marshall Teagues's 1952 Fabulous Hudson  Hornet Race Car made famous on the
beaches of Daytona in the infancy of the now iconic Daytona 500.
The first Limited 1952 Tim Flock Hudson Hornet Racers sold out quickly. Only 3000 with this box and decal are being produced.
The Hudson Hornet is an automobile that was produced by the Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan between 1951 and 1954. The Hornet
was also built by American Motors Corporation (AMC) in Kenosha, Wisconsin and marketed under the Hudson brand between 1955 and 1957.
The Hornet, introduced for the 1951 model year, was based on Hudson's "step-down" design that was first seen in the 1948 model year on the
Commodore. The design merged body and frame into a single structure, with the floor pan recessed between the car's frame rails instead of sitting on top
of the frame. Thus one "stepped down" into a Hudson. The step-down chassis's "lower center of gravity...was both functional and stylish. The car not only
handled well, but treated its six passengers to a sumptuous ride. The low-slung look also had a sleekness about it that was accentuated by the nearly
enclosed rear wheels.
In 1952 the "Twin H-Power" version was introduced with dual single-barrel carburetors atop a dual-intake manifold, and power rose to170 hp (127 kW).
The hood featured a functional scoop that ducts cold air to the carburetors and was considered "ventilation" in 1954, rather than ram air.  The engine
could be tuned to produce 210 hp (157 kW) when equipped with the "7-X" modifications that Hudson introduced later.  During 1952 and 1953 the Hornet
received minor cosmetic enhancements, and still closely resembled the Commodore of 1948.
This kit accurately represents the 1952 racing version driven by Marshall Teague.  The Hornet proved near-invincible in stock-car racing. Despite its
racing successes...sales began to languish.
This all new fully detailed kit by Moebius models features authentic chassis and engine, interior, and accurately scaled body panels.  Additional features
for this racing version are listed below.

FEATURES:
Authentic Marshall Teague "Fabulous" Racing Decals
Open Steel Wheels
Racing Exhaust System and Pipes
Detailed H-145 Engine
Authentic Step-Down Chassis
Vintage Racing Parts & 1952 Interior
Moebius Kit# 91 1952 Tim Flock Hudson Hornet Stock Car  "Newspaper Edition" 1/25 (1 of 1000) (Nov 2012 issue) $50.00

The first Limited Edition of Tim Flock's 1952 Hudson Racer sold out in a hurry. In fact, we got more orders than we had model kits.  Only 3000 were
produced of that first issue.  Now, we get one more chance to own the Tim Flock model with this even more limited "Newspaper Edition" of the Tim Flock
1952 Hudson stock car. Moebius founder, Frank Winspur, has a special love for this period of racing as his father drove stock cars in this era. With Model
King's cooperation and permission, Frank did one special run of 1000 pieces with the special Newspaper box art.
There are several differences and racing enhancements in the racing version kit versus the stock version kit.  Though in the origins of Nascar, Stock car
meant "stock" car, Moebius made provisions for some racing parts including side exit exhaust and open steel wheels.  The version you see here, looking
like it’s ready to go kick up some sand on Daytona Beach, replicates Tim Flock’s #91 1952 Grand National championship-winning machine. It’s
representative of the marque’s dominance in stock-car racing in the first half of the 1950s.

FEATURES:
Authentic Racing Decals
Open Steel Wheels
Unique Racing Exhaust System and Pipes
Authentic Step Down Chassis
Great nostalgic box art
Great four-color instruction sheet
Great paint colors chart
High-level detail/accuracy
Very good fit and alignment
Individually bagged components, tires, decal sheet, clear parts, etc.
Tampo-printed WSW tires
Separate floor pan/unibody sub-frame
Revell Kit# 85-4240 1957 Chevy 150 Sedan 'BlackWidow' (2 'n 1) Special Edition stock or race 1/25 (all new Revell tooling) (F/S) (2009 issue) $25.00
Overview: Skill Level: 2, Length: 8-1/8", Parts: 142

Description: The 1957 Chevrolet automotive line had three different two door sedan versions available, the Bel Air, 210 and 150. The 150 Utility was the
base model with back seat removed for extra storage space. The 150 Utility Sedan coupled with a new Ramjet fuel injection engine made a full race
ready car commonly known as the "Black Widow" because of its black and white paint color. Optional 283 cubic inch V-8 engines with fuel injection or
carburetor and automatic or manual transmission.

FEATURES:
Six lug stock wheels with dog dish hub caps.
Decals with stock factory and race graphics
Molded in white, clear and transparent red with chrome plated parts and black vinyl tires.
Revell Kit# 85-4283 1957 Ford Custom Sedan (2 'n 1) Special Edition 1/25 (F/S) (Nov 2012 issue) $30.00

Drag racers loved the '57 Ford Custom because it was a simple no-frills car that was easy to modify. Its long body and low-slung chassis made it perfect for
short straight-course races. The exceptionally light 2-door model came with a 245 horsepower V-8 - more than enough power to boost the '57 to victory
after victory. With racing slicks, the Custom could beat most cars of the day in straight drag. Kit features drag racing slicks and suspension plus separate
frame member and bench style front seat.

FEATURES:
Detailed Authentic Ford 245 hp V-8
Optional Drag Racing Slicks and Suspension with Optional Stock or Racing Wheels
Separate Frame
Optional Bench Style Front Seat & Includes Decals to Build Drag Version Shown
AMT Kit# 654/12 1949 Mercury Coupe (3 'n 1) Customizing Kit 1/25 (F/S) (Dec 2012 issue) $30.00

Remember the old AMT Trophy Series kits from the 1960's? There were so many parts in the box, it was hard to close the box once the model kit was
inspected. Check out this 1949 Merc' Club Coupe restored to 1960's glory. All the parts have been restored and a few new things have been added.

FEATURES:
2 Door Club-Coupe-3 in 1 customizing kit
Trunk lid opens
Original parts restored: Custom wheel covers, mod futuristic headrest, wild show rod shifter, piston trophy topper, display crankshaft
Vintage decal art
All new Firestone Deluxe Champion Tires with Factory pad-printed whitewall tires & steerable wheels
Extra options: Beehive oil filters, Offenhouser Manifold, Dual Stromberg Carbs, Reverse Wheel Caps and Wide Street Rod tires
Revell Kit# 85-4024 "Fireball" Roberts '57 Ford 1/25 (F/S) (Nov 2013 Issue) $25.00
Instructions

FEATURES:
Skill Level: 3 Scale: 1/25
Length: 8" / Width: 3" / Height: 2-3/8"
Parts: 122
Burning up the track with a 312 V-8...
Edward Glenn Roberts, Jr. loved baseball and car racing. Baseball got him his nickname, "Fireball," but his victories on dirt tracks turned him to racing
full time. His most famous racer was a 1957 Ford with a "Thunderbird Special" supercharged 312 c.i. V-8. In it, he won eight races. His victories were
second only to his personality and he was voted "Most Popular Driver". This kit features chrome plated parts, soft black tires, detailed supercharger 312
V-8 engine, 50s style racing interior, bodywork modifications, and racing suspension parts.
(F/S) = Factory Sealed
(O) = Open
All photos are for reference only
not photos of the actual kits.
AMT Kit# T273 58 Chevy Impala 1/25 (O) (1958/1966 Issue) $55.00
AMT Kit# 862M/03 1951 Chevy Bel Air (2 'n 1) Stock or Drag Gasser 1/25 (F/S) (June 2014 issue) $30.00

AMT presents the ’51 Chevy Bel Air as a 2-in-1 Retro Deluxe™ release. This fun to assemble kit comes complete with all the parts needed to build factory
stock or burly drag gasser versions. Full color decals and exciting vintage packing graphics complete this excellent model of an early 1950s GM icon. Six-
Cylinder Fans, Have we got a kit for you! It's instant 1951-Chevy's Shaker V8 is four years down the road, but the faithful stovebolt six hangs in there with
Ford's Flathead V8, given the proper hop-up treatment. One of the most successful racing conversions for the Chevy or "Jimmy" Six is included in this kit-
The famous Fisher 12-port cylinder head. This deep breathing crossflow design has Hilborn fuel injections going, with tuned tube headers on the outside-
and a sound like a B-29 in a power dive!
FEATURES:
2-in-1 format with stock and drag racing parts
Pre-lettered M&H Racemaster vinyl drag slicks, Stock and chrome reverse wheel options
Full color decal sheet, Vintage illustrated packaging
AMT Kit# 31543 1957 Chevy Hard Top 1/25 (F/S) (2003 issue) $25.00
AMT Kit# 6771 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Sedan 1/25 (F/S) (1989 issue) $35.00

1955 was a banner year for Detroit automakers and Chevrolet was at the leading edge. The 1955 Chevy Bel Air was the most changed model since WWII
and brought with it the exciting option of a powerful V-8. Though only the second V-8 in Chevy history, the 265 was revolutionary and touted as being
30% more powerful and 40 pounds lighter than the old 6-cylinder powerplant. Two-tone paint schemes were the rage in '55, and gave proof to the saying
that Chevrolet is, "The Hot One."
AMT Kit# T289 '55 NOMAD Chevy Wagon 1/25 (O) (1968 issue) $30.00
AMT Kit# 6548 1958 Chevrolet Impala Coupe 1/25 (O) (1990 Issue) $25.00