Ford Car and Truck Models.
From early 1900s to some of the latest performance vehicles.
some of the most popular and exciting Ford model kits produced.
Models are a great hobby to have, assembling and creating your
own small scale examples of the cars and trucks you loved as a
kid, or love to drive as an adult.
on the Ford model page, you'll find kits of Ford cars and trucks. Plastic kits from all kinds of years and eras,
allowing you to build small size examples of history's transportation
icons. Kits produced and made by famous model companies such as
Revell, MPC, AMT, Aoshima, Fujimi, MENG, Moebius, ICM, Monogram,
and many others.
are also some higher end kits that may turn up from Model Factory Hiro, Similr,
Belkits and more. Depending on availability.
Chances are there's a model kit for you to enjoy
from our large scope of choices and brands.
the muscle cars of the 1960s, with the Ford Torinos and Fairlanes. Step up to the plate with
kits of Carroll Shelby's stable of Cobras.
can relive the 1950's with the Ford Crown Victoria, or the 1950
Ford Business Coupe, and the every popular custom, the 1949 Mercury
two door. There's never been a better time to pick up a model
kit and build your favorite subject.
it's a Ford 427 engine, Ford Falcon, or the various styles of
pickup trucks, from the F150 to the F350, even the older F1's,
there's no shortage of trucks. Not to mention the heavy trucks
like the Ford LN8000s and C600s.
Moebius F100 trucks are extremely popular right now. The first
kit has a 390 V8. A few, released by the Model King, have a straight
six in them. Newer kits can have a more common 302 V8. These
kits have exceptional features and detail, more than just about
any pickup truck that's new on the market.
1957 Ford started out as a two door, with stock form, racing, and
police versions. So you can really build this kit just about anyway
you want to. They then came out with a station wagon for 1957, and
that kit has been very popular too.
What's next? Rumors are that
Revell will make a '57 Ranchero version (Not to be confused with
their older Ranchero kit, the multi-piece body one with the chopped
roof. This next version, if it's ever released, will be all new, and based on the latest
57 platform kit.
for some reissues from Round2. With the hundreds (thousands?) of kits they
have in their warehouse, anything could pop up for the future.
I'm sure a lot of those are Ford kits.
Most are probably racing
kits, meaning, drag racing kits that we've been wanting to see
again for decades.
Ford funny cars, maybe some Ford powered dragsters, who