Thursday, June 9

Preview: Revell's June releases revealed in full colour...

We look at the four of Revell's releases for June. Striking colours in images showing them built up by Revell's own in-house modellers in our preview...

Preview: Revell's June releases revealed in full colour...

65 Shelby Cobra 427
Product number: 07708
1/24th scale
Number of parts:93
Length:168 mm / Width:72 mm
Height:52 mm
The Cobra is the work of the legendary American race car driver Carroll Shelby. He took the AC Ace light British sports car and gave it a massively powerful 427 V8 engine. The result was an absolute beast that could go from 0 to 100 km/h in barely 4 seconds. Many fans agree that the car looks best with the legendary light blue and orange of sponsor Gulf Oil.
Kit with the big V8 engine
Multi-piece motor
Tubular space frame
Chrome parts included

F-86D Dog Saber
Article number: 03832
1/48th Scale
Number of parts:103
Length:251mm / Span:232mm
The F-86D was a further development of the legendary Saber and can be distinguished from this by the huge radome over the air intake. This houses a computer-controlled fire control system that was revolutionary for the time.
Very detailed kit
external loads
Detailed cockpit

Porsche 917K Le Mans Winner 1970
Product number: 07709
1/24th Scale
Number of parts:119
Length:176 mm / Width:88 mm / Height:38 mm
The Porsche 917 is considered one of the top race cars of all time. In 1970, Hans Herrmann and Richard Attwood claimed victory at the 24-hour Le Mans race – an unprecedented success for Porsche.
The Porsche 917 is one of the most successful racing cars of all time. In 1970, Porsche achieved the brand's first-ever overall victory in the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans with a short-tail (K) version of this car.
Multi-piece chassis
Rotatable fan wheel
Authentic decals for the car that won the 1970 Le Mans

Hawker Hunter FGA.9
Product number: 03833
1/144th Scale
Number of parts:46
Length:96 mm / Wingspan:77 mm
The Hawker Hunter is one of the most elegant jets built in the UK since WWII. First introduced as an interceptor in 1954, this model was later modified and used as the FGA.9 fighter bomber.
Recessed panel lines
Detailed cockpit
Detailed chassis
Extensive external loads

All of these new products are available now from the Revell Website...