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Sam Tordoff’s Porsche 356
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I have a small collection of Ninco Classic Porsche 356’s. 
There all nice except for one...
The red rally nr 11, really don’t like it. 
A few weeks ago I came across a video of Goodwood Revival about Sam Tordoff’s Porsche, after seeing this I came up with the idea of building a replica of the car and use the red one as donor car. 
I started building 2-3 weeks ago, today it’s nearly finished except for the decals. 
So I like to share some pictures of the build


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More pictures


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Nice - and miles better than the plain old red  Thumbup

Great job.
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Nice - and miles better than the plain old red  Thumbup

Great job.

Oops. Double post - but worth it as its twice as good as the red one  Bigsmile
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Nice looking model. 

 I tried a 356 in our Ninco class but it kept keeling over in the corners regardless of how much weight I put on the chassis. It wouldn't have been easy to sell on as I had to butcher the motor mount to fit the motor allowed by our club rules so I bought  3d chassis from Angelo Amato a few weeks ago and will convert it for CSCRA racing when I have finished some of my other projects.
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Stunning transformation!
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(3rd-Apr-21, 08:30 AM)autoavia Wrote:  Nice looking model. 

 I tried a 356 in our Ninco class but it kept keeling over in the corners regardless of how much weight I put on the chassis. It wouldn't have been easy to sell on as I had to butcher the motor mount to fit the motor allowed by our club rules so I bought  3d chassis from Angelo Amato a few weeks ago and will convert it for CSCRA racing when I have finished some of my other projects.

I drive another one, also lowered and narrowed the axles. 
Ive put some lead on the sides and the body isn’t fully secured on the chassis. 
It drives much better than the stock ones, but it’s a tail happy car like the real one.
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[video=youtube] https://youtu.be/vY_1CkrGG_Y[/video]
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This is the other one, I had this one twice so I gave it a different look


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Hi Reeves,

Nice video of your scenic track.
I like the lay out.

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