[About the car]
-The Chevrolet van, based on the Colvair platform, was the first Chevy van to be sold in 1964.
-The 1975 model is a model that was remodeled in 1971 with the 3rd generation Chevy van.
-There are 6 types of gasoline engines, ranging from inline 6 cylinders 4.1 liters to 7.4 liters V8, and 2 types of wheel bases: short type and long type, body: 3-door van, 3-door + 1-door wagon, 4-door A wide range of variations, such as the provision of a van, were available and gained popularity.
-The third-generation Chevy van has been lined up until 1996, with minor changes, and has become a leading US van.
-In addition to gaining popularity of many fans as a commercial car, various customized things such as police cars and fire fighting cars were used.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces a typical Chevy van of the American van model in 1/25 scale.
-In addition to reproducing the police van used by the New York City Police, this kit can be assembled by selecting stock specifications and custom specifications.
-The body style popular with Japanese fans is a solid part that reproduces the shape firmly.
-Of course the equipment such as the Patlite which is indispensable in the police specification is also set.
-In addition, the front grille prepares the plated part with another part.
-The interior of the body is modeled on the driver's seat, and a chaise lounge etc. is modeled on the rear cabin.
-The convenience of the utility van is also transmitted.
-In addition, the mechanism such as front and rear suspension is reproduced in the rudder frame, and the engine of V type 8 cylinder is firmly reproduced in the front.
-Parts such as accessories and the like that get in the back when finished are also expressed without loss.
-Of course, Decal sets the mark drawn on New York City police car.
-It is a kit that you can enjoy the unique finish of the police specification along with the patrol lights.
-Reproduce the typical Chevy van of the American van model in 1/25 scale
-Reproduce the police van used by the New York City Police
-Stock specifications, custom specifications can also be selected and assembled
-The body style popular with Japanese fans firmly reproduces the shape with one-piece parts
-Also equipped with equipment such as patrol lights that are indispensable in the police specification
-Front grille prepares plated parts with separate parts
-Model the interior of the body in the driver's seat, and the cabin in the rear cabin
-An expression that conveys the usability of a utility van
-Ladder frame reproduces mechanisms such as front and rear suspension
-Reproduce the V8 engine at the front
-Express the parts that get in the back when completed, such as accessories
-Decal sets the mark drawn on New York City police car
-Finish unique to police specification along with patrol lights
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )