Scuderia_Turini
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Registration Date: 10th-Apr-19
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Bio:
Technocrat from Edinburgh.
Favourite Slot Car:
Team Slot Lancia Delta
Favourite Track Type:
Carrera Evolution
Favourite Motor Sport:
Rally
Favourite Race Track:
Col De Turini
Gender:
Male
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RE: Detail and detailing 8
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Detail and detailing Weekly Topic
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Not in the same league as the above, but I have dabbled with a bit of "super-detailing" at my own level.  The Scalextric Lancia Rally models of the 1980s had very basic decoration and a few dabs of paint around the engine make a big difference. I was so pleased with the outcome that I tried to replicate a photograph from the 1983 Tour De Corse. This meant opening the engine covers and a bit more detail.

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Best laid plans of mice and men...  The cars in the 1:1 photo have the original bodywork whereas Scalextric did the evolution version which has no rear valance. Its the thought that counts.
LOL - in case you are not sure, the 1:1 photo is the one at the bottom!


Leo