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(18th-Feb-24, 10:03 PM)KensRedZed Wrote:   (18th-Feb-24, 05:01 PM)Tibbs Wrote:   (6th-Feb-24, 05:58 PM)KensRedZed Wrote:  It's not a store bought car. But it's new to me for 2024.  :th...
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(6th-Feb-24, 05:58 PM)KensRedZed Wrote:  It's not a store bought car. But it's new to me for 2024.  :thumbup: The body is coloured resin. No paint was harmed in the making of this car. Hi Ken,...
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(15th-Feb-24, 08:23 PM)KensRedZed Wrote:  Tony, It looks and runs absolutely amazing! Tall thin tires work great if you don't over drive the car. We race pre-war cars all the time.Thank you Ke...
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Thanks Kev and Leo, Leo I'm pretty pleased how she runs, I wasn't sure how what the tall thin tyres would be like. But pleasantly surprised. I'm going to try a few different motors to see what the li...
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We have a roller Gents. :wrench: [Video: https://youtu.be/9HpdljrPA5M?si=xbqnfcAku_kEEP8v]
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(8th-Feb-24, 01:56 AM)KensRedZed Wrote:  Here's the completed orange Ferrari. Thank you kindly for looking. Ken Great work Ken, your photos come out awesome, it certainly helps show the c...
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Hi all, sorry I've not posted in a bit, I've been battling the cold in the garage and waiting on some tools etc to help me make certain things. I could buy more nuts and bolts but I'd rather get more...
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Wow Anthony, the track really has come to life, you must be rapt with how it's looking.  :thumbup:
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(26th-Jan-24, 11:20 PM)Scuderia_Turini Wrote:  Hello Tony, Are there "joiners" with the track?   I recall problems with those not staying in situ, rising up. Leo Thanks Leo, I think he has them...
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(25th-Jan-24, 05:34 PM)Shezza55 Wrote:  Hi Tony I love Airfix track! Never got rid of mine - birthday 1963!. It is now over 80 ft in length,still going strong with Scalextric APB and lane change...
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Hi Guys, a mate has brought a load of Airfix track and it is in mint condition. He has offered me some to make a 4 lane oval for my midget racing. What is your opinion's on this type of track? has it ...
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(15th-Jan-24, 02:54 AM)munter Wrote:  Quote:Munter your set up sounds really interesting. Have you thought about doing a thread on how you built it and how it works? At the risk of getting laugh...
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(13th-Jan-24, 09:39 PM)munter Wrote:  I like to use 250 micron PVC clear sheet but sometimes will use 200 or even 150 when trying for accuracy of detail. Vac forming goes so well with resin cas...
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(7th-Jan-24, 01:49 PM)Scott Wrote:  I remember being very confused by the Airfix artwork for the Carrera 6 as it looks like its racing through a farmyard. Thats a good point, it's too modern a c...
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Nice work, this is going to be a cool car. :thumbup:
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(4th-Jan-24, 08:34 AM)Anthony B Wrote:  Nice one Tibbs - LOVE those kits. Bought them when they cam out new in the 60's - not that I have those any longer.... :rofl: Two of the cars I hav...
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I managed to snap up these old 1/32 Airfix kits off ebay. I got the 3 for £50.01, the Porsche was the one I ended up in a bidding war (sorry if it was anyone on here) that cost £22. I'm going to do a ...
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That is so impressive Hub.  Can't wait to see it at Gaydon and hopefully say hi.
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(15th-Nov-23, 11:25 AM)JasonB Wrote:  Exceptional work. You must have better eyes than mine. Thanks Jason, no sadly like most they are starting to play silly buggers. I use a cool set of magnify...
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(14th-Nov-23, 06:32 PM)rallyhub Wrote:  Amazing craftsmanship! Thanks for sharing. :thumbup: Thanks Rallyhub, means a lot coming from someone of your quality.
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