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1984 GMC Pickup "Deserter" (1/25) (fs)
1984 GMC Pickup "Deserter" (1/25) (fs)
 
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Product Code: MPC-R2-847


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1984 GMC Pickup "Deserter" Molded in Black or White-Choose Color When You Order:

Back by popular demand! MPC’s off-road 1984 GMC pickup is a modeler favorite. Most of us know this kit as the, "Fall Guy Pickup" from the 1980's TV series. The kit has been reissued a few times, but the kits are always snapped up fast, and quickly start selling for extraordinary values in the secondary market. We have seen the reissues sell for $80 to $100 and up. This reissue will be special with the beautiful new box art and the attention to detail that we have all come to appreciate and expect from Round2 Models the owners of MPC.

This first release is molded in white for experienced modelers wanting to paint it any color they choose. A special reissue will be available later this Spring molded in deep black for those who want an easy build. As mentioned above, the kit features irresistible new packaging illustrations from Don Greer.

With its off-road accessories, raised suspension, oversize tires and colorful new decal options, this kit will take your building to new mountainous heights!
Features
  • Detailed Authentic Engine Bay with opening hood Detailed Interior
  • Oversize Hollow Vinyl Off-Road Tires and Colorful New Decal Options
  • Roll bar with spotlights; front bull bar
  • Spoked Chrome Mag Wheels
  • Detailed Chassis
  • All new illustrated packaging and decals

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