This is a Revell Chrysler 300C. Part of their Uptown series which was a collection of models that had scissor doors (made popular for a time by Lamborghini cars).
It can't be built stock (unlike the AMT version) but if you want to build a custom, something with larger wheels, lots of accents, and lots of stereo parts, this is the kit you want.
Rather than modify the model or buy extra parts to do a custom, this kit gives you all you need in one box.
I have several of these kits, but this is the first one I have built. It assembled easier than many kits I have done before over the years. The doors are fiddly as I figured they would be.
he secret to the doors is to get them adjusted just right. I succeded this on the driver side door - the passenger door isn't quite adjusted as it needs to be so that door is closed for now.
This is a glue plastic kit, though there are some screws that hold some of the parts together.
I painted the kit with a Testors Model Master lacquer paint. I used a gold sharpie to highlight some areas - it also matched the gold decals that apply to the custom seats.
The trunk features a video screen and speakers, while the interior has electronics (stereo, amps, etc). And a video screen for the dash.
Full color decals help highlight the accents.
The car does have an engine, but it is basic. The valve covers have nice engraving with the words "HEMI" molded into them.
Both doors, the hood, and the trunk all open up.
For some reason there are no windows / glass for the sides of the car. Only for the front windshield and rear window, and the sun roof (which is tinted).
Clear red parts are included for the taillights.
The chassis is one molded piece except for the two rear exhaust tips. The chassis itself has extremely detailed engraving.
TWO sets of chrome wheels are included, with one set of rubber / vinyl tires.
Overall I had fun with this build. It went together well.
Adjusting the doors properly will allow them to open and close - but even closed I don't think the door / body gaps will be perfect, and the door hinges can be fragile and may break off - if you get to heavy handed with them.