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  • Porsche 911

    I probably build more Porsche branded cars then anything else . Needless to say the iconic 911 is well represented at the Pines Speedway.

    This is a Resin 3D printed car and wheels using Sirya tech “Blu” and the chassis is a podded inline printed on my FDM printer using PTEG

    Glass and interior tray are vacuum formed with a resin drivers head and rollbar.

    Decals are my own artwork printed on a laserjet printer. It has pendle rubber tires and the car was inspired by a photo of a 911 racing in Trans Am in Edmonton in 1973. I am hoping it will meet the rules of the Trans Am proxy.
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    G.P Alberta

  • #2
    We will have to wait for the rules but by the looks of the rear flares I would guess it is not legal. However, it is a great looking car.
    Arrold Martin
    Nashville TN


    • Michael Squier
      Michael Squier commented
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      By 1973 flares were allowed in Trans Am 1:1 scale.

  • #3
    Well that was then, this is now. I found an actual 911 racing in Trans Am that looked just like this in 1973 which fits the timeline I am assuming we will be given.

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    Thanks for the comments. Actually this particular car is not earmarked for the proxy, I am building its twin that will sport a more North American Trans am livery of the time period
    Last edited by Barc 1; January 28, 2022, 02:28 PM.

    G.P Alberta