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Street Fighter Two
Rebirth of the Snarlin' Car Killer

  • Original year: 1999
  • Company: Revell
  • Scale: 1/24
  • Designer: Tom Daniel

The Street Fighter Two hits the streets with the perfect combination of classic looks and hair-raising performance. The rare sedan delivery body, a a popular choice for street machines, is from a '60 Chevy. The rest of the car has been constructed to deliver performance unheard of when the body left the factory.

Street Fighter Two has been built to be light on its feet and fast on the street. A weight-saving tip-up front end provides access to the hottest of the lightweight small block engines, the Z-28. This engine inhales through dual four barrel carburetors, fed fresh air by NASA-type hood scoops. Free-flow tuned headers and dual side pipes handle the exhaust. The light weight theme continues in the front suspension with a tube axle carried by combined coil spring/shock absorber units. Light weight wheels are a racer's favorite--Street Fighter Two runs Centerline alloys on Goodyear street tires. Ladder traction bars and large rear tires insure that all that horsepower won't be wasted when it meets the street.

Comfort for two is provided by the wrap-around, boat-type bucket seats, seen through a custom moon roof. The driver faces a dash top tachometer, a racing steering wheel, a a Hurst "T" shifter. A chromed roll bar with padded headrests dresses up the interior.

Click image above to see a close-up

Dave's comments:

Not considered a reissue and because it's slightly restyled by Tom Daniel. Not a bad job, but I prefer the original Street Fighter.



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