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Porsche 991 cup car body kit and I was quite impressed , most only offer you a body and a interior tray but this Slotworx kit is a little more! About time someone has done this hopefully we will see more makes and models anyway check out the pictures, the chassis is a Gt3 Mustang I'm building, just wanted to show the 991 on a chassis!
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Can you order directly from the guy? I do not recall his name. He is on AUslot.
He does also the V8 in 1/32 but he does only two models.
 

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I'm not sure I tried to get hold of him on Facebook but I think he sold out and someone else is doing them now I'm not reel good with that Facebook thing and that was as far as I got ! I found this on ace hobbys but he only had the Porsche.
 

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I hate facebook as well. I do not understand its bloody interface and I find it quite annoying.
The new guy is Garry J but admittedly the last post from him was in 2019.
 

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Just had a look ace hobbys has ford & Holden , Mustang and Comaro 1/32 lexen body kits not quite as good as the Slotworx ones I don't think but might be worth a look. Gary J over on the Australian model car racers forum the 1/32 Australian V8s on there is worthwhile having a look at to.
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These chassis are not bad at all! Even got carbon fibre front stub axles and bearings all round !! Put the chassis together with what I had, will not be using these wheels in finished build . Seems like it will be a great handling car from the bit of a run of the bear chassis. Now all I have to do is figure out what decals I will get and order.
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Hi mate, yes there's a little bit of adjustment but not much, from the research on Slotworx I've been able to make out it's been mainly made for two Australian classes V8s , Ford and Holden and the Porsche cup so hence only two adjustment positions ! This is only what I can figure out , all information is a couple years out of date, but he must of started making them again! Found both body and chassis at Ace Hobbies.
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