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  • 1962 BRM

    Work continues on my stock of diecast cars. Today is a 1962 BRM


    Mineabea 8X8X 20 supplies the power.

    Pick up is more in line with the Cox super scale 1/43 scale cars and does not have a rotating guide,

    Custom cast urethane tires

    Mr Hills head seems a bit big for this car. I will have to see if I have one that suits this better. Scale heads seem to be all over the place in size. This head is too small for 132, but it looks large in this small 143 car..
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    Found a better sized head.

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  • #2
    very nice work, Dan!

    i like those tiny tires! the 2nd head is much better.
    the car looks great!

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    • #3
      Another great looking car

      You are on a roll Dan!

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      • #4
        Yes this being quarantined at home to avoid the virus is getting old. So to keep me busy , I have been doing a car a day. These diecast were going to be resin casting projects, but instead I am just converting them to slot cars. The BRM is tiny and the weight actually is helpful for a slot car.

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