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  1. Scratch building
    -No recuerdo cuando compré esta resina a Pre-Add, pero fue antes del 2005. Tenía mucha ilusión por ella, pero cuando abrí la caja, me decepcionó muchísimo, hasta tal punto que la guardé sin tocarla varios años. Me dio la impresión de tener una pieza de prueba de molde, mal acabada e incompleta...
  2. Scratch building
    I remember being a newbie and showing up at a race with a new car I had just made a scratch-chassis for. The class was 50's Grand Prix. 70 percent of the field were red, and about 30 percent were British racing green. I thought I would try and be different with a dark blue Maserati 250F #5...
  3. Vintage & Collector's corner
    We just got at the Houston slot car museum a very rare close to MIB PlastiMarx set from Mexico. It contains a Maserati Birdcage and a Ferrari with steering and lights. The Mexican cars were different colors than the US made ones ( usually more colorful ) and they had a decal with the car #...
  4. Scratch building
    My builds tend to take years for one reason or another. I've been clearing the attic and came across these two little Italians, and decided to have a little tinker. The Ferrari is a Mac Pinches body that I bought as my entry for the first ever Early Bird. So that's 15 years almost! It sits on...
  5. 1:32 scale Cars
    It seems that (finally) is starting to move into GT3 with a very interesting model (at least for me): the maserati granturismo. Here a link:
  6. Scratch building
    Another beautiful loser (sometimes called tipo152). Photos are from leMans -64. If anybody should be interested, the full story of these cars can be read here: I don't really trust the plan view I have...
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