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entry 13 Apr 2012, 11:20
I recently picked up this MRRC bodyshell kit for 11. Though the shell was moulded in red plastic it certainly needed painting, so I primed the body and gave it a few coats of bright red paint and then added a few Ferrari decals.

The wheelbase and body mounts fit the GOM chassis so it makes for a trouble free build and pretty good value.

The gold hubs will be changed for a set of wire rims when they arrive.

The GTO LM is certainly a stunning looking car.


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post 13 Apr 2012, 18:31
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Awesome job on a lovely car Pace!
Cheers,
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Thanks Kev, these are the sort of builds I enjoy nice and straight forward.


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