I have this body, as soon as I find it I'll post some pics.
The quality isn't the same as a Topslot, MMK, or Slot Classic etc and will need quite a bit of work to get it looking good. The are no vac form windows, this car comes with a flat sheet to form your own. At less than £10 though its an option for me as I like working on bodies.
The service from A2M was excellent and their English was very good too.
funny you should mention this. I just got an A2M 250 SWB because I was so jazzed by the Slot Classic issue (and David Lawson's dark blue beauty a while back!). The inside surface is a lot smoother than Quemazda's pic (not sure that it matters, but info anyway *grin*) And the exterior detail is fairly crisp. All in all, I think it is well worth the $8 or so I paid for it. I am intending to put a Pendle PCS32 chassis under it with Ninco classic wheels, 15k rpm Mabuchi etc...pretty much the running guts of a Slot Classic as I see it.
good luck with yours!!
PS the only problem is finding an historic SWB that hasn't already been done to death. I am tempted to create a fictitious paint scheme and let it go at that. Any novel historic ideas/pics would be welcome!
PPS. thanks to Quemazda for showing both cars side by side...lots of good info there!!! (so what happened with the rear window anyway??)
Great pictures, i wondered how it compared in size to the slot classic version.
Still haven't found mine yet
I think it may have been thrown out with all the christmas rubbish somehow along with my resilient resin TR59/60 body. I've conducted a full investigation at my house but get a look something like this
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