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Having seen all the nice george Turner kits on show recently, I thought I would get one. The A35 is excellent quality and being supplied with a chassis makes things even easier.

Will certainly get a few more of his kits in due course.

 

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Hi Pace,
Top notch A35 you have there, hope you don't mind if I post a picture of my GT Models A35 and Imp taken prior to last years classic saloon meeting at Wolves.
(Where they both got some battle scratches!)
Cheers
Phil

 

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Many thanks for the comments, I'll have to take a look at the PP Standard 8.

Phil very nice A35 (and Imp) it does look good in the wine red.
 

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I bought a PP Standard 8/10 from Steve at Early Birds. A very nice body and a car especially dear to my heart as it was my very first car 45 years ago!

I love the A35 and that's a particularly nice piece of work on it. I can imagine a grid of classic saloons - Jag, A40, A35, Imp, etc. battling it out.
 

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QUOTE it does look good in the wine red.
It's actually Hornby acrylic LMS red - I was refurbing a model train and had some left over and thought it would look right.
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Phil
 

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QUOTE (rogerbass @ 7 Sep 2011, 11:27) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Very nice A35s reminds me of Martin Brundle hurtling one round the Goodwood circuit.
I did this version of Martins A35 a while back.



It was a great race, shame he had to retire with the damage.
 

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shouldn't this photo be added to the Number 1's thread??
 
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