I've just been thinking about some of these newly released slot cars and they all seem to look a bit, well 'new' so i was thinking that they should maybe release some cars that look like they've been driven into a hedge and generally a bit battered and bruised at some point in there lives, because when you think about it the real cars rearley cross the finnish line in one piece (or at all in some cases) so if any one has any opinions on this topic or any pictures of cars that could 'make the grade' that would be brilliant
im in two minds here i like the look of a raced car but given the fact im never going to be able to afford a Lamborghini id like it to look very shiny and new for as long as possible(no one within two corners)
Here is a 50s Porsche, that I built with "crash damage" for a recent Le-Mans event.
I unfortunately "melted" part of the body, while making the brass chassis. So with only a day to go before the event, and not having another body, I decided to make the car look as if it had suffered some accident damage during the race... As you can see the team boss was not to happy
Here`s a better image of it Embs, Dan has a vivid imagination as you can see, just search pics on the forum of Dead Mans Valley stage, we used it in last weekends Slot Rally GB final and although its a complicated stage, its an old favourite.
Cheers - Phil
Yes, now I remember, The beamer from the Mexican airfield track, nice car, nice track. Green car with the tow truck looks good as well, nice work sig, The king of junk!
Scoobie in the water, skid marks make it ever more realistic.
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