The Revell-Monogram Company

One activity that I enjoyed in summers when I was growing up was putting together model kits. I put together cars, planes, ships, and even movie monsters. It was fun, and it was a great way to spend a hot summer afternoon, or cool summer evening. Today’s FamSite is one that can help you or your young ones have the same experience.

The site is the official Revell-Monogram Company, a source of models for many, many years. At this site you can find the latest offerings from them, such as the 1958 Chevy Impala or the F-86D Super Sabre jet. You can look at the upcoming releases, get tips on successful model building, order missing or broken parts for you model, and visit the online store. You can even find a local store and request a catalog of current items.

This a site that can help you plan activities for your young ones when they get bored this summer. There is even help here to do that. Enjoy your visit here today, and come back soon.


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B-17F Memphis Belle Flying Fortress model by Revell



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4 thoughts on “The Revell-Monogram Company

  1. I bought a 69 baldwin-motion camaro model , and when i got it open the body was twisted and warped ,so i was wondering if i could get another body for it or i could buy one. THE plan number is (85234700200) kit no.2347 if any one can help i would appertate it. thank you and god bless

  2. I am searching for a number of Revell models. A 2000 and a 2001 Revell Budweiser Dale Earnhardt Jr. Monte Carlo plastic model kits and ANY John Force Ford Mustang Castrol GTX Funny Car model

  3. I AM LOOKING FOR A CATALOG AND WOULD LIKE INFORMATION ON HOW I MAY ORDER IN BULK FOR A POSSABLE COMPANY. I THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND ASSISTANCE IN THIS MATTER.
    THANK YOU
    ROBERT SCOTT

  4. I have a 1956? Revell Authentic kit of old ironsides
    u.s.s.constitution #H-319:298 made in Venice,CAL.
    its all original box and directions
    I was trying to find out any thing I can about this model.
    thanks Randy

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