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Revell has the press release on their website but when I put in the product code into their search engine, the number yielded no results. They have no visuals on their site either.
Here is the press release as it appears on drag race central: http://www.dragracecentral.com/drcstory.asp?ID=195368
While it is difficult to see, the Hustler shown is the offset one. I know of no one else who used this setup. It was used in 1969 and 1970.
This would be a one-off kit for Revell (Hobbico). The "mini" body may be produced for that reason. What other parts will be in the kit would be anyone's guess. I hope that Revell would tool up to include the proper parts. Since the Hustler has been recently restored, the engine would need a 4-port hilborn on top of a 6-71 blower (could be an 8-71 but no larger). It would also need a single mag setup and a single fuel pump. The 'tinwork' is quite impressive on the restored flopper.
Revell had the ability to go over two of the cars, the Hustler and the Hawaiian, since they are both restored and in the Midwest. http://www.moparmax.com/events/2009/iv_7-mosley-1.html The Hustler currently has an escape hatch between the 'A' and 'B' pillars on the roof so there should be some relief on the scale body when it is released.
Time will tell on how good this kit, and other future drag racing kits by Revell, will be...