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  1. Scratch building
    Hey guys, I'm new to the forum but have been following a little while from the out side. Seen loads people do various different scratch builds, but I've just purchased a 1/24 die cast to convert to slot car of the above car. I plan on getting it and removing the underside and seeing what room...
  2. Scratch building
    Como habéis visto en algunos de mis temas, he realizado coches desde cero utilizando distintos métodos, sea con plasticard como en el Surtees TS16 (AQUÍ) o con fibra de vidrio con los Dallara DW12 (AQUI). Otro método que utilizo para hacer un coche, aunque no sea desde cero, es realizarlo...
  3. Scratch building
    These kits are available all over the place these days. I had to try one out just for fun. Tamiya light metallic blue from a spray can. Test fitting the body to the chassis. The finishing details. Inserts, numbers, chrome, windows, and driver. Custom aluminum chassis...
  4. Vintage & Collector's corner
    So the discussion on the odd Nichimo set below made me think about the differences of the various Mustang fastbacks made in the 1960s.1 photo-line up of the different Mustangs from left to right ( Nichimo kit car of Japan ,Nichimo set car of Japan, Estrela of Brazil, Atma of Brazil, Aurora of...
  5. Vintage & Collector's corner
    Here are 2 sets ,1 in 1/32nd scale ,and 1 in 1/24th scale. These sets came with controllers ,transformer,cars and tools etc but no track. The track could be bought in its own set that contained none of the above. The 1/24th set is not a rare set . It contains a Ferrari 156 and a Porsche 804. But...
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