PSHHi guys Tref remembered that I have a model of my 951 and so to show willing and join in the fun here's a photo of it. This was taken many years ago and was never finished, today it needs a little TLC after one of my grandchildren decided to go 'vroom, vroom' with it..:) IIRC it's a Hasegawa 1/24 kit, it's converted to RHD and when I left it I was busy making new parts for the engine. If I wasn't so busy with my other model I could be tempted to engineer a much larger scale version, you only have one life though and alas I think mine is already fully booked...:) Regards Pete
Geoff997I have now decided on my theme. A memorable scene from Region 26 back catalogue.Already constructed my back scene so now waiting on deliveries of materials for the foreground elements.
trefPSH It still looks good Pete. Very good. I don't remember the top tint of the windscreen from last time either (but it is a few years!) that is fantastic! What else could you want to do to the engine? If I recall correctly, you had already gone down to the level of HT leads!Oh...a lot Tref, don't forget my engine bay is a long way from standard so basically just mimicing the full size. Custom intake and boost pipes, MAF unit etc...lots of small details....just me doing my usual and going OTT...:) Cheers Pete
PSH It still looks good Pete. Very good. I don't remember the top tint of the windscreen from last time either (but it is a few years!) that is fantastic! What else could you want to do to the engine? If I recall correctly, you had already gone down to the level of HT leads!
trefWell I was really happy, and now totally confused! I found decals are available for the 962 (which I still haven't ordered!) but those that I have found, for 1988, seem to be for a different tail to the form I towed it in... So at the moment I am spending more time on research than I am on modelling!
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