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post 5 Apr 2010, 11:30
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I'd like to know if there are any developments on the Metro 6R4 and RS200 front ?
Any release dates projected yet ?


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post 5 Apr 2010, 14:20
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Here are the tentative dates given us by Pendleslot on the thread about these cars.

MSC-6001 Subaru WRC'97 McRae. / N. Grist with standard chasis compatible with slot.it motor mounts. (July 2010)
MSC-6002 Ford RS200 Swedish rally winner '86 Stig Blomqvist / Bruno Berglund -Montecarlo chasis- (July 2010)
MSC-6003 MG Metro 6R4 RAC Rally'85 Malcom Wilson/Nigel Harris -Montecarlo chasis- (Sept'10)
MSC-6004 Subaru WRC'98 Montecarlo with front light additional set -Montecarlo chasis- (Sept'10)
MSC-6005 Mg Metro 6R4 -Montecarlo chasis- (Nov'2010)
MSC-6006 Ford RS200 -Montecarlo chasis- (Nov'2010)
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post 21 Apr 2010, 13:54
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Teamslot just released this new stuning new livery of the Renault 5 turbo New Man, this one is coming home.


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post 7 May 2010, 10:27
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Ref.: HSC02 Fabricante: HOBBY SLOT CLASICOS, Citroen DS Proto 1972 (Portugal), gorgeous, but unfortunately at 150-165Euros.


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post 7 May 2010, 12:11
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Anyone had any thoughts on adapting or making an airbox for the roof?





Also how about a stablemate for this car with Phil Collin`s to re-create their battles on the Isle of Man.



Still looking for someone to do the decals!
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post 10 May 2010, 22:23
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Phil,

Teamslot has air boxes for the Toyota Celica (they are a little different but are an approximation) I think they sell it as spares.

I would think it wouldn't be too difficult to do ones yourself, using plastic sheets for hobby (cutting and gluing).

Has anyone ever bought a car from Hobby Slot Classicos (do not confuse with hobby Classic)?

Please give some feedback on the mechanics and quality of finishing.

Even though it is an insane amount of money to spend I am seriously considering getting the Proto Citroen DS because it fits a period I am trying to build a group of cars (1970-1972). Great looking cars in that period already available: Renault Alpine A110, porsche 911, porsche 914, Fiat 124 spyder, BMW 2002, Ford Escort 1600.

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post 11 May 2010, 11:26
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Thanks for the idea`s, I`ll have a look at the Teamslot part or I do have some thick plasticard sheets, I`ll see how things go.
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post 11 May 2010, 12:22
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My Guess is that this is a super detailed version of the MMK kit

To be honest mine is a shelf queen never run.


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Not related, but worth knowing;
Pendle are listing some new decals including;


A few for Escorts, Abarth 131, TR7, Stratos, 911 etc.

Link on his home page under New waterslide decals.


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post 11 May 2010, 12:29
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B***y perfect!! I feel some bodyshell stripping coming on. Not only is Historic rallying on an up in the "real" world of motorsport its on the up in1/32nd as well.

Just for info listed under SP 078 Vip, EMI decals there are Chequered Flag ones.

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post 12 May 2010, 14:58
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And do you strip body's in an efficient way?

Edit: these are 1/24the decals.


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post 12 May 2010, 15:25
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SCX bodyshells can be stripped efficiently in methylated spirits, Ninco`s don`t. I`ve just checked Pendle site and 32-175 and 32-177 are 1/32nd scale decals and 24-325 and 24-328 are 1/24th.
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Not all of them are 1/24th scale.


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Maybe it's just mine but the new SCX Escort muddy version seems to have been sparsely muddied - and looking at some of the ones for sale on epay I get the same impression.

I have all the other muddies and they were all well-muddied (although maybe the Daily Express was a slightly different brown ...) So, my question is: are all the new ones alike? If so, is there a reason for this?

Maybe the airbrush started to dry up?

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post 13 May 2010, 23:20
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If its the McRae Escort, there arn`t that many muddy tarmac roads on the Isle of Man, it looks about right to me, having been there.
The previous muddy versions (ie: RAC) were a bit overdone in my humble opinion, but they would have had the door numbers and reg plates cleaned by marshals at the end of each stage. biggrin.gif
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