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  • What's on your workbench 1/32 (revival)

    We got to talking about workbenches and decided to revive the "Whats on your workbench 1/32?' thread. Seems like alot of us are home for some time.
    I'll start, working on my touring car and my COT nascar is next.

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    Lance Sofa racer, SA TX by way of Hawaii

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    Avant Audi LMP with aluminum motor pod

    Carrera Ferrari 458 body with modified chassis and I believe SlotingPlus wheels

    Flyslot Ferrari 512BB with upgraded parts

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      Looking good Rico!

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    Scott.....War Eagle River......Tampa, Florida, USA


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      Last night I got the body more or less mounted, starting truing tires, and installing drivetrain in my Ferrari 350gt project.

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        Well, got laid off from work yesterday because of CV, so decided I, like some of you, it's a good time to get some projects started (and hopefully get done...)
        Picked up a SRC Lola T600 in kit form from from SCC a few weeks back.
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        Has some metal etched parts that are a bit of pain, but I think I figured out where they go (thanks to pics Harry took of one he reviewed back in 2014 )
        Not sure yet if I want to keep what appears to be the standard Fly/Scalextric motor, or put in a Piranha.
        I also see that Changing Gearz has a 3D chassis for this that allows a pod set up. Decisions, decisions...
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        Dickie Pearson
        Canterbury, NH

        HOST - Home Operated Slot Tracks
        MSR - Main Street Racing


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          Sorry to hear about the loss of a job. The whole world seems to be in this state right now. Once we get through this, things will get rolling again. Until then , isn't great to have a hobby.

          Looks like some good projects

          From my 275P thread. It was on the work bench today.

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          G.P Alberta


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            Building an iso-fulcrum chassis for a Jag body I had on hand.
            Mike V.
            Western North Carolina