Now thats a nice liveryI dont kn If Slot it did it, but If not would be worth to search some decals and paint a white kit😀
Wasnt Scarfiotti the pilot who drove for Ferrari in 1966-67 aboard the P3?Just to briefly return to the European Mountainclimbing Championship, Porsche had long been associated with this highly specialised branch of motor sport, but abandoned it after the death in practice of Ludovico Scarfiotti in 1968 at Rossfeld.
His 906/10 skidded off the road, landed in a tree and poor Scarfiotti died of injuries after having been ejected from the cockpit. Porsche thereafter left mountainclimbing to concentrate on circuit racing, which was an equal pity after the great Auto-Union days before the War.
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Specs for this model is a heroe quest to find(long, width, height) as there are almost no data available in the web😅
The Porsche is nice indeed, just remember that after a few decades some HP is lost😉🤓A bargain: £4 from yesterday’s NSCC swapmeet in Leeds. A great opportunity to replenish my stock of parts and spares, too. The Porsche runs quite well after a bit of work, but it must have one of the slowest Johnson motors in existence! Apart from my metal-bodied VW bus, it’s the only car I have which can take the ‘esses’ on my short track flat out! View attachment 283659 More work needed…..
I understand that MB and some other Racing Teams have printed parts and spares of their cars using carbon fiber and other high performance materials(titanium?), so I’m sure as Chappy says that the space industry is also using this 3dp tech to build some stuff.
Mmm are those wheels … Ferrari?🤔Can't recall if I've posted this car previously. It's a resin-bodied 914/6 I put together for a chum who lacks time to build his various projects. Brought it out today for this evening's Porsche meeting on the Mess. Nice little car. View attachment 283834 View attachment 283835 View attachment 283836
It’s ok as it’s for racing, just that might give Professor Porsche a heart attack, wherever he might be… blame it on the Camel🐪, he’s the master of evil behind all things that could go wrong 🙃
Wow! Not bad for not being a fan of Porsche.😉Must admit Porsche cars are not really my bag there are a couple i like the 962 is one of them however i did enter the Porsche 997 proxy races over the pond with 111 this year, first time for me and a learning curve series, thought for you Porsche lovers you might like to see the grid from the series this from Oregon.
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I wanted this but seems unavailable nowadays, so guess it will be a white kit with decals, but I never knew of the sound chip or whatever it made the engine sound like the 1:1 car, would be nice if you could put a video or link to the video to watch it.
Gracias Frederic, mmm no decido aún si es genial o una completa basura, curioso es que tengo el mismo auto pero sin luces y sin el chip de sonido…🤔
Nothing like a nice car with battle scars, 😉
Thats because Fly chasis is rubish compared to the Ninco😉, nothing a nice 3dp chasis couldn’t fix, Killslot my fav for the Fly …This is basically the same car and chassis but the Test car is slightly faster. The models have the same registration number. The silver test car is a Fly Porsche 934 and the rally car is a SlotWings Porsche 934. This a model of a car Carlos Sainz (the rally driver not his F1 driving son) drove in the View attachment 285983 View attachment 285984
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I asume that magnesium and aluminum are not a good recipe in case of crashing🤔Mark
Porsche used to be quite famous for these pictures. Ferry in particular liked to tell the world that his chassis were so light in weight that even he could pick them up.
Where the 917 is concerned, however, he scarcely knew about the project until... he received the bill. The rows are now part of Porsche folklore, of course, and continue to make me laugh.
Thanks for posting the pic. Greatly appreciated this end.