When it comes to cars from the late ’70s and early ’80s, one name that a lot of people will know is the Dodge Omni. The Omni’s seemingly less-well known brother is the Plymouth Horizon, and together they were the cars that kept Chrysler in business long enough to produce the K-Car. However, there was another variant of the Horizon, and that was the “sexy and swoopy” TC3. This oddly-named pseudo-sports coupe ditched the grocery-getter bland-hatch body of its forebear and introduced new more aerodynamic and exciting-looking sheet metal. If you want to relive the “excitement” of America’s first Front-Wheel Drive sport coupe, check out the AMT 1/25 Horizon TC3 on the Out of Box page. Remember, at one point, this WAS worth getting excited about!