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Just got a chance over the weekend to try out my latest purchase - managed to pick up the 'vailant/kremer' 934 at the Bishops Stortford meeting the other week

this was the first ninco i have ever bought, so it was an interesting time getting it prepared for some track action - having only ever had FLY/ scaley cars before.

overall i am very impressed with this car, very smooth and quiet straight from the start, with just enough magnet to keep the guide planted. My little son who's only 4 years old loved driving this car, as he is mad on porsche's

if this is how most ninco cars are then a few more will be coming my way, especially the 'jagermiester' 934 to act as a running mate for this one


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Afraid I passed on these when I saw one of the white ones in the flesh; it just didn't 'look' right to me somehow. Something wrong with the sills.

Crying shame because despite not caring for Porsche I was looking forward to the 934.
 

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Wankel - I had a look at a silver road car version also at the BS swapmeet, and it didn't look to bad as a representation of a 3 litre 911 turbo, certainly the best 'slot' version of a 911 i have seen yet.

maybe white is not the best colour on this car, but certainly they have captured the 934 look very well ( I remember seeing 934's racing at brands hatch and silverstone in the 80's)

only thing i forgot to mention in my first post is that a certain amount of trimming was required on the guide to suit my scaley classic track - is this normal with all ninco's ?

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that guide issue is normal with ninco on classisc track.

too my eye the car has too much ground clearance. certainly by todays standards they sat high but not this much. 'blame' can be fixed on the new type interior tray. which must clrear the in-line motor.

love the wheels.
 
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