Revell 1:25 ’68 Dodge Charger 2 ‘n 1 , Brown

(13 customer reviews)


Last updated on December 3, 2023 9:19 pm Details
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  • Optional complete 440 cubic inch or 426 Hemi V8 engines plus a separate engine stand
  • Detailed interior and chassis to build either stock muscle car or vintage drag racer
  • Molded in white, transparent red and clear Chrome plated parts and black vinyl tires
  • Waterslide decals
  • Illustrated assembly guide

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Additional information



Model Name

1968 Dodge Charger Car 1:25 Scale



Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Item model number


Product Dimensions

20 x 18 x 10 inches


1:25 Scale

Number of Pieces


Age Range Description

13 years old and up

Item Weight

1 pounds

Included Components

Decals, Assembly instructions, Model Kit



Item Dimensions LxWxH

20 x 18 x 10 inches


Building, Vehicle



Date First Available

November 22, 2004

13 reviews for Revell 1:25 ’68 Dodge Charger 2 ‘n 1 , Brown

  1. Steve the Man

    A very good model, reasonably challenging to assembly, with excellent detail visible once a light coat of primer is applier to surfaces. Higly recommended. Delivery once ordered is also very swift indeed.

  2. Paul and Betsy

    So this isn’t a model for beginners. It has quite a few complex parts (I.e assembling a very detailed front suspension/steering components) and should be painted in the proper colors of which are many.
    To do this one right, you need a few different glues including window glue, super thin CA and epoxy for those areas you need strength.
    You have a choice of building this several different ways so there are duplicate parts such as two different motors.
    This was a good one to build but I still struggle getting the models to sit flat and almost always end up with a front end slightly higher than the rear end.

  3. Amazon Customer

    Buen modelo muy práctico y completo, te permite armarlo de 3 maneras y es un clásico de toda la vida con un grado de dificultad medio por que incluye partes muy pequeñas que hay trabajar al detalle .

  4. Steve the Man


  5. Jose Miguel

    Faltou na descrição do produto incluir que ele deve ser pintado e montado e o grau de dificuldade é cinco.

  6. Paul and Betsy

    Model has a lot of detail! Parts fit well and kits includes options on how you want to build it.
    Fun Kit!!

  7. David Berweiler

    A very nice kit and a very nice product by one of America’s leading model makers. Revell gives you two build options; stock or race.
    I chose to build the race version but still dressed it up with bare metal foil for that factory look. You can build either a hot Hemi, or a stock 440.

    Some parts, like the front bumper panel, were tough to fit without major filing but it came out great.
    This was a gift from my son, not my first choice or favorite scale but definitely a good and fun kit to build.
    Check out my photos.

  8. Leonard Pauca

    Has a lot more detail than the MPC version. But a few parts could have been combined. Good build overall.


    Great model

  10. Amazing Customer

    This is the second Revell kit I’ve purchased since I decided to get back into building models. My first, a ’71 Cuda, had a few issues – nothing major, yet enough to keep the kit from getting a 5 star review. Unfortunately the same holds true here.

    Most notably was the poor fit of the hood. It just BARELY fits side to side (too loose), but there is an uneven gap at the point furthest from the grill, nearest the windshield. I managed to trim it out and make it look uniform but it isn’t right – so much so that even my wife noticed.

    Quite a lot of trimming needed to be done which I found troublesome. I don’t mind a little but when its a little on almost every piece I touch it gets to be a bit excessive.

    The instructions for the interior tell you to install the ‘seat brace’ behind the back seat. Too bad they don’t tell you to trim the piece PRIOR to trying to glue the back seat in. That got messy. Speaking of seats, the front seats don’t seem to have any sort of purchase or “place” to be. It’s odd. I managed to get them glued in but it certainly feels like someone forgot something.

    Several engine parts didn’t fit together well at all. The dual carb setup has two ‘pegs’ that are supposed to fit into corresponding holes in the manifold. Good luck. After practically standing on the piece I was able to get the tips of each peg into the holes but only slightly and as a result the carbs and air cleaner kept falling off anytime I had to handle the motor. Finally, I tried boring out the holes the pegs are supposed to slide into and it helped a bit. I ended up scrapping the ‘chrome’ off of the pegs themselves before they fit and it was still a fight. There were a few other fit and finish issues much like the ones I’ve described with the transmission and the rear suspension.

    All in all, once finished, the kit looked good enough. It looks like a charger – which is the goal, right? I managed to create a sort of hybrid between the race version and the stock version which I’m rather pleased with. Still, in terms of quality, I don’t know that I’ll be buying many more Revell kits.

  11. Donald Vandenberge

    Revell does it again. Great kit, tons of extras…2 engines, 440 and Hemi. 3 set of rims…Steelies, Crager SS and the R/T wheel. They’ve even thrown in an engine stand!! Good decal sheet with the drag pack stuff and well as factory stock. Lots a small parts. Not for the beginner. It is a level 5 kit.

  12. Mark R

    I am a mature and experienced model builder and detailer, and the parts on this was as poor fitting as any I can remember in a long time. I made it work but this should not be the case.

  13. ossie mark


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