1/24 1966 Ford GT40 X-1 Roadster conversion kit for Fujimi GT40 MKII kits

Classic Racing Resins

Regular price $39.99

Product weight = 4 oz
See shipping rates tab above for cost.

Designed to convert the 1/24 Fujimi/Revell Ford GT-40 kits into the 1966 Shelby American Ford GT40 X-1 Roadster "Big Ed" 12 hrs of Sebring winner of Ken Miles and Lloyd Ruby.

Resin Kit:
-Resin doors
-Resin Windshield base.
-Windshield side pillars
-0.015" thick clear Vac-U-Form windshield
-0.010" thick Clear Vac-U-Form side windows
-Resin rear spoiler with styrene rod for braces
-Resin dash top
-Resin Driver figure with the likeness of Ken Miles
-Comprehensive instruction sheet.

Decals can be purchased separately from Indycals HERE

Purchased here under the optional Decal pull-down menu on this page. Decal sheet will be fulfilled by Indycals and will be shipped separately by Indycals

Useful Information:
Check out my comprehensive step-by-step blog instructions on this kit HERE

Built model in this listing NOT for sale - shown for example only.

Customer Builds using this conversion kit
A fantastic diorama of Ken Miles and Carroll Shelby chatting in front of the 1966 Ford GT40 X1 Roadster. Built by Dan Parke


Delivery Rate and Details

Shipping cost is calculated at checkout by weight of TOTAL amount of items.


Shipping within the United States

Service Weight  Price
USPS First Class Package (up to 15 oz) $3.50
USPS Priority Mail (16 oz - 31 oz) $11.00
USPS Priority Mail (32 oz and up) $15.00


International Shipping to the Rest of the World

Service Weight  Price
USPS First Class International Letter (0.1 to 0.9 oz) ${{$4.00}}
USPS First Class International Package (up to 8 oz) ${{$16.00}}
USPS First Class International Package (9 oz - 15 oz) ${{$25.00}}
USPS First Class International Package (16 oz - 64 oz ${{$32.00}}
USPS Priority Mail International Package (65 oz and up) ${{$45.00}}


Countries we ship to:

Most everywhere!


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