PistenBully 600

Body Kit for Graupner und Blizzard Chassis
Scale 1:12

With this model kit your Graupner (Kyosho) PistenBully or Kyosho Blizzard can be upgraded to a model of the Kässbohrer PistenBully 600. The model kit has been specifically adjusted to the dimensions of these chassis. Therefore a visually correct representation of the original can be achieved in scale 1:12 even with the narrow plastic tracks.

Contents of the Kit:

6 PVC vacuum formed parts, clear, transparent, for:

- drivers cabin

- cover behind cabin: air intakes and middle part 

- side panels of the platform and rear fenders

- mirror housings (2x)

- rotating beacons from Pistenking (2x), with or without lights, according to choice 

- center console, seats, steering column as vacuum formed parts (PVC)

- self-adhesive stickers: PB600 in silver, warning stickers (in color), instrument panel

The parts are not painted.

Available here at Pistenking

With the model kit the body of the PB600 can be built as shown above. Additional materials like ply wood and aluminum are necessary. The chassis, tracks and snow blade are NOT included!

Contents of the kit

With accessories available at Pistenking a quite realistic model can be built.

Cockpit as it can be assembled with the kit.

Further Materials Needed for Construction:

These materials are not included, but they are available in every hobby store: 

- modeling ply wood 3mm, size appr. 190 x 370 mm for the base plate

- glue: super glue, Pattex Repair Extreme or similar product, plastic glue

- paint

- sandpaper 600 grain to prepare PVC for painting

- aluminum sheet metal (structured) for the platform (not absolutely necessary, but recommended for an attractive model)

- balsa wood, appr. 3- 5 mm thick (small pieces), optionally left-overs from the ply wood may be used

- aluminum rods 2 mm for mirror frames and handles

- brass rod 4 mm and 2 mm for side railings of platform

- optional: LEDs + reflectors and clips for lights

Tasks to be done: cutting, gluing, painting, drilling (see building instructions). 

To build the kit basic knowledge and skills in modeling are necessary


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