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  1. Superb work Michael, that's a cracking model, and not something you see everyday! Great stuff! Keith
  2. What's the difference between an Mi16 motor & the 'normal' 205 1.9 GTi engine m ? The few times I drove a 205 Gti I mainly remember for the ridiculous lift off oversteer...!! Keith
  3. Enjoy your holibobs Tony! And don't worry your place is in good hands (I was going to say safe hands, but thought better of it.... ) K
  4. Glad I'm not the only one who thought that! Keith with perfect colour perception, Earth
  5. Ooooooooooooohhhhh aaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh oooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
  6. Lovely model Tony! Bit of a pig ugly car though...!! Keith
  7. Lying on the ground waiting to be loaded? Did they have bomb trolleys back then? K
  8. Mr. Lazy Muddler here would definitely vote for the leave them out option! And would you really want to be inverting a fully rigged biplane this big just to peer into the bomb cells...?! Can I add to the chorus of 'well dones' on the wing ribs - vast improvement Johnny, very nicely done ! Keith
  9. That's lovely, cracking job! Keith
  10. Snap! I keep banging the same drum to anyone that'll listen - & most of those that won't! One thing that I feel is largely lacking these days is proper testing - the indecent haste to get the latest shiny-shiny system live appears to me to rely on using the users as test guinea pigs...!! And of course much of it is down to shareholders profits in the hardware industry and the need to keep all the software developers in jobs...Ho hum, glad to be out of it all, eh Ced? I know I am!! Keith
  11. Can't you just teleport in Martian, & open the patio doors from the inside....? is asking who's looking after the chickens Tony. Can't think why.... Keith
  12. Being picky Carl, it was the replacement for the 911 3.2, it's still a 911.... But you're quite right about the wings, and have confirmed my doubt that I mentioned in my first post. I've just checked my built Turbo & an unbuilt 964 kit (non EM) and the arches are completely different, so I think that one on Hobby Search is a no go M. Unfortunately if I did have any Fujimi EM series 964's then I'm afraid they've long been sold too, so can't confirm what, if any, rear spoilers they have in them. I do still have one of these (the non EM kit mentioned above), and it doesn't have any rear spoiler in it, just a lip around the engine cover vent; Keith
  13. Hi M. The one you linked to appears to be the RSR boxing which has the 'bi-plane' rear spoiler. I've just found the instructions for the one I 'think' I built for the group build you mention (do you have a link to that by any chance, I can't find it using site search) & that was actually the 964 Turbo boxing which has the rear spoiler that I think is the same as the CTR, it's certainly nearer than the RSR one looks (to me anyway) It doesn't appear from the Hobby Search scans that the Turbo spoiler is included in the RSR kit as a spare - the D sprue parts are the rear spoiler bits in both boxings. Unfortunately I sold the RSR kit I had at Telford last year so can't physically check what's in the box. This is the boxing that has the rear spoiler I think you need; Keith
  14. I'd forgotten just how brilliant that series was Tony - my sides are now hurting to remind me...!! And you see Ced, the advantage of being an IT wage slave rather than a software mogul was that you didn't have any of that business nonsense to untangle from your life when you retired - just one log on to your on-line banking to check just how much further your remaining lump sum has dwindled from yesterday...!! Keith
  15. I would think the Fujimi 964 Turbo model. I think the CTR & Turbo may have had wider rear arches, but I'm not 100% on that, so maybe any 964 model might do, such as; https://www.scalemates.com/kits/160312-fujimi-12061-porsche-911-carrera-2 Keith Edit - the 964 Turbo boxing looks to have a similar rear spoiler Edit 2 - are you wanting to build the original 1987 car or one of the 2017 recreations? The wheels are much different on the latter. Fujimi did a set of 'Ruf' 18 inch wheels (kit number IU 12) which with some work might look similar to the original Yellowbird's wheels. Edit of the above edit, these may be more workable for wheels for the original cars; http://www.scaleproduction.de/product_info.php?info=p2264_17--oz-futura.html