Revell 85-4027 Smokey and The Bandit ’77 Pontiac Firebird Model Car Kit 1:25 Scale 89-Piece Skill Level 4 Plastic Model Building Kit, Black

(13 customer reviews)


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  • This kit is 7.75 Inch long
  • This kit has 89 parts
  • 1/25 Scale Vehicle

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Product Dimensions

10 x 7 x 5 inches

Model Name

Smokey and the Bandit '77 Pontiac Firebird Model Car Kit 1:25 Scale

Age Range Description

12 years old and up

Number of Pieces


Item Weight

0.431 ounces

Included Components

Smokey and the Bandit '77 Pontiac Firebird Model Car Kit, Assembly Instructions



Item Dimensions LxWxH

10 x 7 x 5 inches

Cartoon Character

Smokey and the Bandit


Building, Vehicle, Model Kits



Date First Available

July 6, 2013

13 reviews for Revell 85-4027 Smokey and The Bandit ’77 Pontiac Firebird Model Car Kit 1:25 Scale 89-Piece Skill Level 4 Plastic Model Building Kit, Black

  1. Tabbitha

    Just what my brother wanted

  2. Big Dave

    Many American model kits compared to Japanese or even German kits are quite crude and poorly made. This however is an exception, while plastic is quite thick, it actually assembles realy well, is very solid and makes into a great kit. You will of course need glue and paint, I just used a spray rattle can, actaully real car spray instead of specific model spray which works out cheaper. I was so pleased with the result, it came out great and I am by no means a pro kit maker. Does need patience if you new to this though, its not a toy, and it is molded all in white so definitely needs painting.

  3. J G

    I’m no novice when it comes to hobby car model building. From AMT to MPC, Revell always seems to be best in class with this particular model being the best of the best, at least as far as the assembly is concerned. However, after discovering that this Smokey and the Bandit car is not sold as a Trans Am but just an ordinary Firebird, I have no choice but to recant the praise I have afforded them. It blows my mind to think they would falsely advertise on arguably the best model in production save the 69′ Dodge General Lee.

    So, I get all the way through the build just to discover that there are no Trans Am decals for the fenders, nor for the backside of the rear trunk lid spoiler. What a shocker this was to discover. Would have given this an easy 5 stars but after feeling deceived and violated I feel it is only worthy of no more than 3. “Bad, Revell, Bad!!!”

  4. Tony

    This model kit is so detailed it’s spooky ! Take your time and don’t rush this one.
    Buy it and you won’t be sorry. you will need to have transparent red paint for the
    taillights. The instructions say “Transparent Red” as the part description but it is
    actually a clear part in the kit. I even contacted Revell & asked for the Red taillights
    and they sent me another clear one.. Oh well it turned out ok.

  5. NJ T.

    Bought it for my husband to keep him busy. Did the trick!

  6. Bernard Holley

    A little more difficult than some. But great details that make it a great model.

  7. NJ T.

    A fantastic kit, both in quality as well as in detail. One issue I got with is that I’m fairly sure the ’77 Firebird that Bandit drove was a Trans Am, there’s golden Trans Am logos on the front fenders and the tail, and of course the T/A 6.6L on the shaker. And of course it’s made to be Bandit’s Firebird so it has a giant sheet of decals with all the trim and such.

    I made mine a stock Firebird 400 in red, so not the ’77 special edition that Bandit has, which is still very much possible without all the additional Smokey & the Bandit stuff. It’s a fairly big challenge to paint and put together but a fun challenge at that, it also has something that more kits should have: four screws that attach the chassis to the body firmly. It’s such a lifesaver, God I wish more kits used this.

    If you’re looking for a Trans Am, Revell’s made a 1/24 Firebird T/A from 1978. It’s a far less detailed kit and honestly you’re still better off going with this one. This kit is just… awesome. Totally recommend it.

  8. Mark K

    Perfect protection!

  9. Bernard Holley

    its neat

  10. Mark K

    Mon conjoint adore smocked and the bandit pour en avoir une en vrai il a adoré avoir le modèle réduit ! Arrivé rapidement et avant le temps ! Merci

  11. Cordy spagnuolo

    Had shipping issues that the supplier fixed. Turned out to be a fun little project.

  12. toni morgan

    The ability to assemble was easy. Just take your time.

  13. Jay

    I have built this kit multiple times since I was a kid. The thing that upsets me a bit, there are no Trans Am decals, meaning the word Trans Am branding is not on the decal sheet. Yes it was a Firebird, however, it was a Firebird TRANS AM. With that being said, it is still a great kit.

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