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Russell Sheldon
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Absolutely fabulous! Hard to believe that it's a vacuum-formed body!

With kind regards

Russell
 

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Great model, and what a master of painting is Milan! I would like to have a small fraction of his skill. I believe it is painted from the inside, or not?
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Alan Tadd
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Gerard

Agree about the chassis as tested, but Milan has a new one out now which is much improved and much better foam tyres.

I'm just finishing off my Ford C100, which is fitted to one of the new chassis that Milan built for me.

I'll let you know how it runs.

Regards

Alan
 

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MMMM! C100! Sounds tasty, BJ. What shell are you using? I popped a Betta vacform on a Parma chassis some time ago- looked nice and sleazy... Completely shattered now though.
 

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Alan Tadd
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'Afraid I could only find a Betta Howmet, but I've added a front cowl and rear spoiler so it's a little better :-



I managed to find a "non-handling shell" so at least it's the right scale, and fits in quiet nicely with the Slot.it 956. I made side vents as well but the Lexan is so thin it's difficult to cut with any degree of accuracy. How Milan manages it I just don't know!.

The car has got it's "foamies" on at present because I'm going to take it to my local BRSCA track tomorrow to give it a Damn good thrashing and to sort out weight placement, (if required). Normally it will run on Slot.it 956 Wheels and rubber at home.

I'm working on some Decals at the moment to represent lights, but it's not going very well.

The chassis looks great and I expect great things from it.......

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Alan
 
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