Mr Gasser Ed Big Daddy Roth Plastic Model kit

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SKU:
H1301
UPC:
850002740097
Condition:
New
Availability:
Usually Ships in 24 Hours
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
What paints are recommended:
Black, green, purple, red, silver and yellow
How tall is Mr Gasser:
Stands almost 7 inches Tall
How many Parts:
38
  • Mr Gasser Ed Big Daddy Roth Plastic Model kit
  • Mr Gasser Ed Big Daddy Roth Plastic Model kit
  • Mr Gasser Ed Big Daddy Roth Plastic Model kit
  • Mr Gasser Ed Big Daddy Roth Plastic Model kit
$21.99
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Description

1/32 Scale Roughly!  Molded in white the kit includes metal axles and decal sheet for the car and eyeballs. One of our favorite creations from the King of Monster Painters Ed Big Daddy Roth.  Mr Gasser figure stands on his own. This kit features retro box art and is officially licensed. What a classic!

This is a fun Ed Roth website

Dem Brudders review of Mr Gasser

Ed "Big Daddy" Roth was an American artist, cartoonist, illustrator, custom car designer, pinstriper, and builder. He created the hot rod icon Rat Fink and other Fink characters. Roth was a key figure in Southern California's Kustom Kulture and hot rod movement of the late 1950s and 1960s. By the August 1959 issue of Car Craft his airbrushed Weirdo shirts had become a full-blown craze. His many show rods later became some of Revell's most popular model kits

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Warranty Information

This item is brand new and ships factory sealed direct from the Atlantis Warehouse. We manufacture and package all our kits in the USA.
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3 Reviews

  • 5
    model of Mr. Gasser

    Posted by Christopher Ami on May 4th 2021

    Hello everyone. If you contact Atlantis models on the internet they will send you missing parts - or decals from their purchased kits free of charge. I was missing a tread from an old aurora kit - the Stalin tank that I had built over forty years ago with the missing part. I contacted the company that had obtained permission to reproduce the kit. They had the missing part and it was sent to me in the mail. Great guys and it is an American company reproducing the old kits. So check them out especially the guy who is missing the decals for 'Mr. Gasser'. Please note: I am promoting this company freely without compensation. Just want to help out. Chris

  • 5
    Actually, Mr. Gasser should be light blue

    Posted by Phillip Hamby on Sep 19th 2020

    The original Revell model kit from the 60's was in light blue not red. It was Revell.com that changed to red. I also met a man at the Sacramento Autorama the had a Mr. Gasser 1957 Chevy made real. It was painted by one Ed Roth's sons and for that reason Mr. Gasser logos could be on the car. It wasn't blown; but it had it's original hood. It did have a nice engine. It started with a chrome reversed wheels with it inner wheel portioned painted light blue. The bullets and outer were left chrome. The next year it had something like American Racing Tor-Q-Thrust mags. The car was said as a daily driver and needed a new paint job when he was a regular customer at 7800 Green Back Lane, Citrus Heights, Ca 95610. I was to help him on the body which was going to be painted vermillion; but I had to leave to Georgia to take care of my dad. I still had his card, but I couldn't reach him. He might of died.

  • 4
    Mr. Gasser

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 15th 2020

    The box reads that decals are supplied but I did not see them in the box.

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