Does your little one love cars and building as much as mine does? How about your significant other? Revell has the perfect gifts! They have a ton of kits for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more! My son loves his cars and trucks and being able to build one himself makes it all the more special! When I first took out the box, his face lit up! We got a level one jeep for him to put together and he immediately wanted to open it to do it. Of course we opened it and put it together. The instructions made it really easy to put it together really quickly. It was also a really great bonding thing that we could do together. It comes with its own “screwdriver” to help put the car together so there are no other outside tools needed.
While we were putting the car together, I was showing my son the pieces and where to put them and he was pretty much putting it together all by himself! With it only being a level one I knew he could do it almost all by himself. There are five levels of difficulty on their kits so everyone can get in on the fun! I know I’ll be looking at the other kits to find other cars out whole family can get in on. These kits are super fun and after they’re put together, you can still play with them and have fun with them! I highly recommend these for everyone of all ages!
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