Chevy Beretta Pro Street

Published: January 4th, 2017     
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Reviewed by: Jim Stepanek - IPMS# 48016
Scale: 1/25
Company: Revell, Inc.
Price: $26.95
Product / Stock #: 85-7168
Product provided by: Revell, Inc.

Revell put together a pretty wild kit with this Beretta. It's almost straight out of the TV show "Street Outlaws".


We have a supercharged small block with nitrous. Real life would be putting out massive amounts of horsepower. Instructions were a little fuzzy on the distributor angle. Straight up won't allow the body to sit correctly, so it must be angled. Provides a pretty nice Lenco transmission.


There's not too much to the interior. Very nice bucket seats are provided, a full roll cage, ton of gauges, fire extinguishers, nitrous bottle, and shifters.


Body is a simple affair and has the Chevy bowtie molded in on the engine bay. After shooting the body with HOK black followed by a quick clear coat, I wasn't able to get the decals to set as well as I thought they should. I even used decal solvents to try get them to lay down.


Most of the chassis is a pan with rails up front to support the engine and suspension. Rear tires are magnificent no-name units, while the rear suspension glues into the driveshaft and a pin up in the wheel tubs.

The instruction sheet is a multi-page affair that lists all the parts by number. The instructions had a couple of pieces that were numbered incorrectly.

Thank you to Revell for producing this kit and thank you to IPMS for allowing me to review the kit.

  • Roll cage
    Roll cage
  • Roll cage front
    Roll cage front
  • Engine
  • Right side
    Right side
  • Rear view
    Rear view
  • Completed model
    Completed model

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