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SCX introduces a new 1:32 replica car of the Aston Martin DBR9 which raced in the Lime Rock 2008 of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) and driven by Terry Borcheller y Chapman Ducote (who finished in the 3rd position in the final ranking).



SCX Ref: A10036X300

Features;
Xenon-effect headlights
Removable & Adjustable Magnet
Guide with suspension
ARS Guide (automatic return system)
Tilting Chassis

Wheelbase = 86mm
Rear wheel track = 62mm
Rear Tyre dia = 22mm
Transmission = 2 wd direct rear
Transmission ration = 9/27
Motor = RX42b
Body Shell weight = 28.5 gr
Car weight = 89.6 gr

Available August 2011.
 

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A year ago then I would have got one, ive got seven DBR9 from scaley & SCX. Do we really need any more ?

Nice car but ill pass on this one.

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Hi

I'm a big fan of the Aston Martin DBR9 but cannot imagine that, after the versions that we have all seen, somebody is interested in this one. Imagine that there are more exciting cars to produce

perhaps this has been a nice deal between SCX and ...

Sorry but I'm afraid that this will not be a success

SCX please check out the Belgian Belcar series!!!!!

Frank
 

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That livery isn't bad, but it is certainly not a famous one and she is already a few years old, which can explain the lack of enthousiasm. A more recent and special like the Hexis ones could have met more success.

I'll get her anyway.
 

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its IMHO a very boring livery - I'll pass it.

But there are not that much stunning liveries for a DBR9 out there - specially in the endurance configuration. I personally would like the Labre Cars (2007 LMS #51 + #52) and the HEXIS cars (with GT1-Wing).

There is no DBRS9 in 1/32, but this would be the right choice. there are many more fine liveries for that one out there.
 
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