Bugger it I'll just print all of them🤗
|Weight||914 kilo / 2,015 lbs|
|Length / Width / Height||N/A / N/A / 1,118 mm (44 in)|
|Wheelbase / Track (fr/r)||2,438 mm (96 in) / 1,333 mm (52.5 in) / 1,219 mm (48 in)|
Yes that's all I could find too, but in the scaling I just used the high and this is how it came out against the Maserati and a BRM , Ferrari, and two Smer model body's ERA is in the middle. It doesn't look out of scale those cars of the 1930s were all sorts of shapes and sizes!Assuming it's the ERA A-Type
Dimensions Weight 914 kilo / 2,015 lbs Length / Width / Height N/A / N/A / 1,118 mm (44 in) Wheelbase / Track (fr/r) 2,438 mm (96 in) / 1,333 mm (52.5 in) / 1,219 mm (48 in)
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The D50 was only a short car and then the Alfa's and Mercedes were rely big,long and wide after watching some racing video from the time helps getting a sense of scale.I couldn't find the overall length either John only the dimension Beardy posted.
I am guessing if I scale it to a 100mm wheelbase the rest will fit in proportion. I will do the D50 first and see how it turns out. I still have resin Maserati, BRM and Mercedes W196 that I need to finish so next time I get in the mood to work on some projects I will tackle those first I think.
I am building 2 Talbot Lagos and an Alfa at the moment from Merit clone kits - 1 for me and the others for friends - I really need to get them finished.
Here's another one , the 1937 Alfa 8c 1/24 Length 179.16Alfa 8c,in 1/24 is214.58mm long73.55 wide and 62mm high.
I've sent the one's you have asked for let me know if you get it!That Ferrari 555 looks great. I might have to get my friend to print that one....
I have sent you an email about the ERA John.
The Talbot 26C had a wheelbase of 2,502 mm so a touch longer than the ERA @ 104.25mm