In its second year, Revell will be providing free 1/24 scale 1969 Camaros through the Make N’ Take program at this year’s Car Craft Summer Nationals. Young modelers and their families are limited to 200 kits. Attendees wanting to participate will sign up on Saturday, July 21st.
The kits provided at the event, snap together and do not require glue or paint to assemble. Open for kids or adults young at heart to toy with. Once, one is satisfied with the finished product of their 69’ Camaro, Revell will encourage participants to take their cars home. With the snap on assembly one can build a car in 20 minutes or less.
For over six decades, hobbyists of all ages have turned to the Revell Group brands, Revell and Monogram, for kits that are fun, affordable, and easy to build, without sacrificing accuracy or quality. Revell is a company that was started by modelers, for modelers, who share the same enthusiasm for this hobby.
For more information about Revell visit: Revell.com
To get tips on how to get started with model kit building visit: Revell.com/gettingstarted
Racing Plastic Modelers club will be assisting the participants of the Revell's Make N' Take program. Members of RPM will be on hand to help children and adults build their car with ease and have an enjoyable time.
RPM is dedicated to the building of scale replicas from the motor racing and automotive genres. Based in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area, RPM is the largest model car club in the area. However, they have members throughout the United States and are always interested in growing.
Their goal is to further the art of building automobile models through regular monthly meetings, local and regional model contests and shows, their web site, and a monthly newsletter. Their members are experts in all areas of modeling and are always available to offer advice and demonstrate more effective ways to enhance the hobby.
Racing Plastic Modelers club is the perfect resource to go to for advice, building tips, finding that elusive part or kit, or just great social interaction.
For more information visit: RPMModelClub.com