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  1. The Sauber-Mercedes C9 is a Group C prototype race car introduced in 1987. In 1989 it achieved a historical one-two triumph at Le Mans as well as winning the World Sports Car Championship. The Tamiya 1/24 scale kit is enhanced with photoetch parts to improve realism. Steve Hansford Melbourne, Australia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fazmodeller
  2. Very clean build of an iconic supercar - well done. Steve.
  3. Excellent build of an iconic car and you have achieved what is so difficult in 1/43 scale - realism and depth in the finishes both inside and out, particularly with white which is such a difficult colour in scale. I have the Automodelli/ Marsh T70 kit in the Brian Muir Norisring configuration with it half finished and on the bench. Well done - you show what 1/43 can present covering great subjects that will never be seen in larger scales. Steve.
  4. The Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren is a grand tourer jointly developed by Mercedes-Benz and McLaren Automotive and sold from 2003 to 2010. The SLR has an AMG hand-built 5.4 Litre supercharged all-aluminium alloy engine. The SLR could attain a top speed of 334 km/h (208 mph). Tamiya produced a beautiful 1/24 scale kit with complete engine and opening doors that captured its classic design. Tamiya incorporated a diecast metal floorpan which to adds the the weight of the model. Paints used were Tamiya TS lacquers and enamels as well a Testors metallizers. Bare metal foil was used for engine metal surf
  5. Beautifully built 1/43 Ferrari. Provence kits can be a bit of work but yours is very well done.
  6. The Aston martin DBR9 debuted in sports car racing in 2005 and achieved success at Sebring with a win in the LMGT1 category and a third place in that category at Le Mans that year. The model here is the Le Mans entry as depicted in the 1/24 scale Model Factory Hiro multimedia (resin,metal and photoetch) kit. As with all Model Factory Hiro kits the design and detail are well executed but trial fitting is imperative and a little fettling is required. The kit builds up into a great replica, particularly highlighted by the Aston Martin green metallic paintwork and extensive carbon fibre decalling
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