Here's what's inside of the 1/25 MPC '77 Chevy Chevette kit, billed as a two-in-one kit with either a Stock or Rally version possible.
The chrome plated parts:
Body shell, hood, interior tub, chassis, and glass:
This kit includes two mechanic type figures and some other extra parts including a folding chair, card table, tent, clipboard, tool box, and checkpoint sign, to be used when building the Rally version:
One of the figures looks like a cross between Teddy Roosevelt and Waldorf from the Muppet Show:
This is a pretty typical late '70s MPC kit, which means it has more parts and an opening hood compared to its sibling promotional model, soild metal axles at both ends, and a nicely detailed body. I'm not sure if the OHC 4-cylinder is supposed to represent the 1.4L or 1.6L powerplant, but there aren't many full detail 4-cylinders available in American bi-scale car kits from the '70s, so it's unique in that respect. There are also some two-piece styrene 13" tires included for use with the 13" stock full hubcaps. MPC did provide some vinyl 15" Goodyear Polyglas GT tires for use on the Rally version, and some 10-spoke, 5-lug wheels to fit inside the tires. Yes, a CB radio is included (sorry, no whip antenna), but the "side pipes" touted on the side panel of the box didn't seem to make the final parts cut.