Kit Reviews

AMT/Ertl "Resto Rods" 1966 Ford Mustang

April 2006
Published: April 1, 2006
AMT/Ertl's kit of the 1966 Mustang Coupe should be familiar to many modelers; it has been available in one form or another for many years. The kit is known for its accurate bodylines and relative ease of assembly. By the same token, this kit shows its age with typical 1960s kit features such as the one-piece chassis and old-fashioned wire axles.

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