1966 TV Batmobile Snap
Atomic Batteries To Power! Turbines To Speed! One of the most beloved cars in television history finally arrives in the scale everyone craves. The 1966 Batmobile was one of many icons to come from the classic Batman TV show.
Batman Classic Batmobile (Purple box)
The classic Batman™ television show took popular culture by storm, showcasing the colorful world of DC Comics’ iconic cast of characters in live-action.
Star Trek Enterprise NX-01
The last Star Trek® television show was STAR TREK®: EnterpriseTM and it followed the exploits of the crew to man the first interstellar spaceship named EnterpriseTM that featured the call letters NX-01. The events in the show preceded those made famous by the U.S.S. EnterpriseTM NCC-1701 led by Captain Kirk in the Original Series.
1964 Pontiac GTO Hardtop Snap
Polar Lights reintroduces a fine snap together kit, suitable for beginners and seasoned modelers alike!
SCOOBY DOO MYSTERY MACHINE
All new Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine!
Hunchback of Notre Dame
The tragic hero of Victor Hugo's novel returns to life in gruesome detail. This kit captures the classic scene in which Quasimodo valiantly suffers for a crime he did not commit, waiting for the mercy shown by the beautiful Esmeralda.
Vintage Tommy Grove Mustang Funny Car
The next installment of the Legends of the Quarter Mile series, honoring funny car heroes of the 1960s and 70s!
BACK TO THE FUTURE TIME MACHINE
Polar Lights brings back another popular movie car, the Time Machine made famous in Back to the Future. The kit features every detail to be expected in a Polar Lights kit from the flux capacitor to its Mr. Fusion power plant. A lightning rod hook power assembly is also included as an option. The car body features a NEW authentic looking brushed metal look that captures the brushed aluminum of the real car. The tires roll and the snap assembly means the kit can be assembled in no time with great results.
Star Trek USS Reliant
Back To the Future II Time Machine Snap
In the classic series of Back To the Future movies, the iconic Delorean Time Machine evolved from film to film. The surprise ending to the first movie hinted at what was to come as the Delorean lifted off the ground and took flight.