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#1 Ragnar

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 03:22 AM

I used the repainted and Detailed Ferrari 360 that I use as an Avatar to prove to the members of my IPMS Club, that A Slot Car can also be a Scale Model. They were Surprised that you could get an accurate paint job and Livery, much less a detailed Engine, and interior. Problem is that now I am afraid I will mess it up every time I run It, well I guess you can'y have everything. By the Way It is Also a very fast Race Car.
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Posted 29 October 2009 - 02:08 PM

I used the repainted and Detailed Ferrari 360 that I use as an Avatar to prove to the members of my IPMS Club, that A Slot Car can also be a Scale Model. They were Surprised that you could get an accurate paint job and Livery, much less a detailed Engine, and interior. Problem is that now I am afraid I will mess it up every time I run It, well I guess you can'y have everything. By the Way It is Also a very fast Race Car.
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I'm not much into slot cars (I currently own exactly none), but I've seen some pretty amazingly detailed slot cars that could place decently, or even win, just about any model car contest.

Hey- if you mess it up, you'll always have an excuse to build it up even better next time around! :rolleyes: