Space 1999: Eagle Transporter 22″ (Pre-Assembled)
Buddy Baker 1973 Dodge Charger Stock Car
For the first time ever, MPC is reintroducing the super 1/16 scale Buddy Baker Charger stock car kit.
Ohio George Malco Gasser 1967 Mustang Funny Car (Light Blue)
MPC reintroduces Ohio George’s Malco Gasser Mustang, one of the most recognizable cars of the late 1960’s drag racing era. MPC has executed major backdating on the existing tooling, along with developing a new, correct ’67 flip front hood/fender unit.
1972 Pontiac GTO
1972 Pontiac GTO 1/25 scale MPC model kit. Molded in dark orange. Features include an accurate motor and detailed interior. Decals included.
1979 Pontiac Firebird T/A
For the first time ever, MPC’s 1979 Firebird® kit is being released with something other than the silver 10th anniversary color scheme.
Pepsi 1975 Chevy Chevelle Stock Car
MPC's Chevelle stock car has had its primary chassis components restored to their original configuration. Building this kit has never been easier! The driver netting detail has been recreated as a separate part, allowing easier paint detailing. With many other exciting period stock car features, this kit will race off the shelves!
1967 Pontiac GTO
Release Date: July 2009
By 1967, nearly every American car manufacturer had a competitor to Pontiac’s GTO in their lineup. The “Tiger” became the “Great One” for 1967. MPC’s scale kit replica of this classic muscle car features a 400 cu.
1970’s Hot Rod Magazine Mustang Funny Car
Skill Level: 2 (ages 10 and up)
Glue assembly, paint required
Molded in white
Free 1-year subscription offer to Hot Rod magazine
Fully detailed “short dragster” tubular chassis
Blown drag motor
Space 1999 Eagle-1
Release Date: December 2013
Space:1999, which originally aired in 1975, featured the crew of Moon Base Alpha as they found themselves stranded
on our moon as a nuclear disaster knocked it from Earth’s atmosphere. Sci-fi fans remember the outstanding special
Space 1999 Moon Base Alpha
The design and production values of Space:1999 stand in high regard to sci-fi fans around the world. The 1970s TV show created by sci-fi pioneer, Gerry Anderson, left an indelible impression like few others.