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The Swedish police used a few Porsche 911T between 1970 and 1974 for the traffic groups (LTG), mainly for patrolling the motorways. I chose to build my model as a specific car of model year 1970, stationed at the LTG-group Jönköping (F-region) in Sweden 1970-74 with call sign F-263. The model is placed in the time frame of 1970-72 while still on the old type local license plates, F40660, that were replaced in 1972-73.

 

The base kit is Fujimi's 1/24 -69 911S. The steel wheels with hub caps and tyres, as well as the seats, were sourced from a Fujimi Porche 356C. All the special interior equipment and some other parts were scratch built. The decals are my own artwork and printings.

 

When researching this build I received some good help from the Swedish Police Museum with photos and knowledge, for which I'm very grateful; thanks a lot!

 

Here are the final photos of the model. I hope you will enjoy them. The build thread can be found here.

 

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I've been waiting for the RFI shots 🙂

 

What a cool build, all the stuff in the back adds another dimension. Nice!

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Absolutely gorgeous,  this is a fantastic model . Hou have done a cracking job on all the scratch built bits kitting out the car and in general too. Those wing mounted mirrors do look exceedingly delicate .

Seriously great work 

Chris

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It's been a real joy watching this come together and the end result is certainly worthy of all your effort she's absolutely flawless  - thanks for sharing - Andy 

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Fantastic result!

Always brave putting the model alongside photos of the real thing, in this case the correlation is amazing.

Wonderful.

 

M.

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What can I say, it looked as though it was going to be a great model in the WIP thread and the end result is absolutely superb. Well done.

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Amazing build of a very cool unusual subject.  Your scratch-build police supplies are incredible.  I would love to see what you can do with one the new Revell camper van kits (scratch-built fishing poles and tackle in 1/24?).

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Fantastic, my model of the year so far Jörgen, absolutely beautiful fit and finish, stunning scratchbuilt details and the stance is just spot on - it sits just like the real thing! 

 

Really enjoyed watching it all come together in the build thread, thanks for taking the time to share your excellent work.

 

Top,top model! :thumbsup:

 

Keith

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I really like the fact that you have photographed your model using the same angle as on the original photos. Just shows how good your model is.

 

Nick

 

 

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