K4 PORSCHE 935

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I am using the 935-78 moby dick as the base for this project.

I saw a site where someone started one like this but never saw

progress, well let my try!!!

before cutting the tail

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after the trim

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doors they need to be extended and side panels need to be fabricated

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Good luck with this project, Danny. I can't wait to see your progress. Should be a really cool build.

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VERY interesting!

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It's going to be sleek and mean, keep it going.

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interesting project. looking forward to some more. have fun with it. :D

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Looking good.

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Very nice project. I realy like the Porsche cars too. Have fun.

Drew C.

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trying to get the look of the k4 without compromising to much.

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using sandpaper raped around a pencil, (no gramill, need to get one!!)

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Very cool build B)

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Keeping an eye on this build, I had a K4 project in the works, it was actually FABCAR K4, but alas like other projects, it got put aside as I lost interest. I had hope of getting setup so someone could do a resin version for other PORSCHE fans...Chuck

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Great start on a great car , keep us posted B)

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Would make a GREAT pro mod...

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Would make a GREAT pro mod...

<_< Hummmmm!!!

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Looking real good, so far. Should be a great looking car.

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Very interesting and ambitious project! Chop cut grind and rebuild the most fun kind of modeling :) keep up the great work!

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Excellent project!...Of course, it has to be a Porsche!...jejeje

Simón P. Rivera Torres

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this thing is taking me to a place I have never been before......Thanks for the + comments it helps a lot

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My friend, I found here a nice link were you can see some great of this Vintage Porsche monter racer that I hope can help you in some way:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaeger-meister/5476291918/

Although you can get the bady here ready to paint :lol:

http://www.ditech-produktion.com/Datenblatt__Kremer_935__K4_Gr.5..jpg

Other K3'S famous racers:

http://www.ditech-produktion.com/Datenblatt_Porsche_935_Kremer_K3__Gr.5..jpg

The greatness of this mode car to me is that make honor in some way to what we can call "The last street car" that won Le Mans with its win in 1979, like in this classic race origins, where cars that could be found in the streets were the racers. After the Prototive cars enters, this turned in what I call "Frankesteins Cars".

Simón P. Rivera Torres

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Thanks Simon

Before I stated this project I checked that company that make slot car resin bodies

that you mention but that email they showed in the page don't work. If I can get in contact

with them for sure I'll problably get it for a more acurate replica plus some others that

messed my brain. Does anyone here dealed with this company http://www.ditech-pr...5__K4_Gr.5..jpg

And I agree with you in the history of the 935's and if you ask any driver that had the opportunity

to drive one, they tell you the same. I love their fat a!!. I remember when I was a kid getting on the floor

to see the turbos and wide tires and taking in that sweet music of the screeming flat 6 and the winning

of the turbos..., oHHHHH Yeahhhhh !!!

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More progress..still working the shapes of the nose.

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Yesssss!!!!...More, more... :lol:

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more progress, here I fabricated the two side scoops for the twin turbos air intake.

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Mi pana, you're doing a great job on this not so common Porsche, but, a real historic one indeed. What livery you're planing to use?

Simón P. Rivera Torres

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