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1989 Porsche 928 GT

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Model Kit: Fujimi Kit # 12479

Built: 11-25-08

Scale: 1/24

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Well this is another Excellent build, Though I admit I am not a big fan of the color, all around though it looks Great! :) :) B) .

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A wonderful looking build here! I'm partial to 928's as my first Porsche was an aftermarket turboed 924 that seemed to have the SAME 928 next to it in the shop every time I got some minor work done. It was Porsche's FIRST car done from a clean sheet and it was a spectacular driver, but you'd best have a Porsche mechanic brother-in-law if you wanted to eat at night! B)

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The color is alright. Still, it's a Porsche. 'There is no substitute'. LOL! I always liked the 928's myself. They do look a bit dated today but, if done right, can still be a bit formidable looking. My favorites are the earlier models without the door bumper strip on the side. The body without this streak looked so clean to me. Especially in white. Maybe I'll search for one of these and build it. Of course, it's hard not to mention Tom Cruises foray with a Porsche in 'Risky Business'. If he were my kid, I would have killed him. Anyway, nice build. What are you using for the background? Can we get a picture of your photo area? Good photo areas can bring out the best in a model.

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Well I just got through Watching an old Episode of Miami Vice, The Episode is called "Yankee Dollar". And to my surprise, there was the 928 Porche in a very similar but darker shade of brown. So this tells me you are spot on with the Colors of that time :lol: .

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