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    After the Little Monte Proxy Lloyd sent along some some resin casting in exchange for him keeping my winning Volvo.

    One of the cars was an older 911. I was going to build it as a street stock car, but I found some Martini Porsche Decals for a Racing 911 in my decal drawer, and decided to turn this into a race car.

    An inline Barc motor in a Brass and Lego chassis is what resides beneath this model.

    I added the rear fender flares as well as the rear spoiler.

    Wheels are aluminium and used in static 143 modeling.


    Here is what it looks like so far. I need to vacuum from some windows and then it will be complete

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  • #2
    pretty slick, nice spoiler work.
    Come Race at The Trace!
    Timberline Trace International Raceway - SW of Mpls, MN

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    • #3
      Nice work Dan

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      • #4
        great work, Dan, a very nice car!

        the rear wing looks great and i really like the Martini paint scheme.

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        • #5
          Looks good, Dan! What's the BARC-1 motor?

          Allan

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          • #6
            Nice, nice!

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            • #7
              Thanks Guys

              Allan

              I bulk purchased about 200 Mineabea Square can motors( N30) They work very well in 143 scale with decent braking. I RPM checked and torque tested them and Labeled them up as BARC motors.

              Here is the car with decaling completed and the glass in

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              • #8
                That came out real nice, Well done.
                Robert- Connecticut, USA. Shoreline Raceways Club.

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                • #9
                  That looks great!

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