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935k3

New Man Porsche 956

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This is the Tamiya kit. The body was masked and airbrushed.  Scratchbuilt parts include the airbox connecting fan to roof NACA duct, the fuel injection system and the towers and rings on the rear suspension which will connect to  the scratchbuilt brake duct hose on the uprights. The chassis needs painting (aluminum) yet. The cooling slots under the molded in exhausts were opened, that was hard and had re make missing sections of exhaust. i am using the Tamiya photo etch set which includes brake rotors. This will have allot of wiring and hoses when finished.

 

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typo

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Nice work! Love the shine on that oil tank.

 

Never did understand why Tamiya forgot the brake cooling ducts. Plus I've never seen a 956 or 962 with a jump seat, so not sure what they were drinking (sake I guess) when this went through.

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Zat iz nice vork. :)

 

 

I tried this kit <cough> years ago and made a right mes of it. I should ressurect it and try again.

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Great work so far. Your eye for detail is above many of the other 956s I've built or seen built. 

 

Shaun 

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Nice work, are you making the 1984 winner? I made this back in about 1987, searched high and low to find what sort of seatbelts it had, had to opt for the same as works and when it was too late found an in car shot of Pesca!

Never mind...

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