This poor little guy almost didn’t make it home. After waiting about 5 weeks for it to arrive from the Netherlands... I was pretty certain that it was lost to the black hole of missing international packages. A few weeks later, it showed up! I really wanted this one in my collection because it is solid proof that…
Ha, my cousin bought a brand new Evo X and I was so confused when I saw it since it came without a spoiler. It took him a month or two before he finally installed it.
when rich people hear that we want everyone to get equal access to healthcare, they naturally assume that means they’ll have to suffer the way we do, because they know that their extreme wealth depends fundamentally on our poverty
I love this idea. I had to give it a try.
Depending on where is is and how deep, you should be able to polish most of it out with automotive paint/metal polish. Then, as Enginerrrrrrrrrrr pointed out, you use the floor polish to help it attain that glossy look (many restorers dump the whole glass piece in and let it set for a few minutes). Marty’s Matchbox…
I had to call in sick today. No, it is not a case of St. Patricksitis. I didn’t spend my weekend carousing. I spent it putting these together:
Huge fan of all things Le Mans, particularly the 956/962s and the 917. Hence my “ever-so-slight” grin when I saw this was happening. Best of luck.
I was so very excited when this car came out. Rally racing isn’t well represented in the small diecast world. And anything Porsche/Rothmans is always welcome.
it MAY be a tad dark, but that color, ohh boy i like it!
Never have I been so excited to see a result.
thx! heh i think you're on to something. i hadn't realized that, before.
This post made me a Porsche guy. I always loved the old ones but now you opened my eyes wider.
May need to call EU_LY for an all corners wheel bearing replacement and alignment. Since its a Ferrari, prepare to pay your life savings, an arm, a leg, and your firstborn.
Somewhere in the middle of Utah. Before it got details and an exhaust(:
Sweet! Great to see them all together.
I really want to weather it.... But it looks so clean I am holding back. and thanks!
Ferrari 330 P3, driven by Vaccarella and Bandini, 1966 Targa Florio. 1/43 scale model by Brumm.