Tom's Inspiration:

This is the ORIGINAL and best of the 4 versions of this kit that Monogram Revell/Monogram released over the past 30 years! Like all of my kits back then, it was molded in color (here, orange of course), and had red tinted windows and roof panel - which I did so you could see the cool interior goodies. Also, the 'tilt' hood was great for showing detailing of motor and engine bay. Second version was 'Quicksilver', which I also did. 3rd version was 'Bad Actor', which someone at Revell/Monogram cobbed up (YUCK!)...and 4th version is 'Street Fighter II', for which I did new box art and decals only.

Year: 1970

Scale: 1/24

Here's one of Tom Daniel's newest creations - - a Super Sanitary (that means clean) Z/28 Camaro powered super-car killer. This glass-bodied sleeper patterned after a '60 Chev panel truck looks like a clean semi-custom...until the go pedal is punched - - then it's look out! This is the lil 'ol fun machine that loves to catch street Hemi's, GTO's, Roadrunners an' all the rest of the "muscle" cars at a light...and then BANGO! Blow their doors off like instantly! The blueprinted Z/28 engine features dual carbs, chrome rocker covers and air cleaners. The trick chassis is all new and lightweight with wild traction bars, coil shocks, straight tube front axle and custom mag wheels. Yep, it's all here in one beautifully disguised street machine that's lookin' for trouble. Street Fighter's the name and car killin's its game - - and usually there's no contest.