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Honda RA272

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This is a really old SRC 1/43 kit of Richie Ginther's Honda RA272 F1 car

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Cool build. I like it. What year would that have been? Late 60's?

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LIKE IT!!!!!!

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Cool build. I like it. What year would that have been? Late 60's?

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Thanks! It won the 1965 Mexican GP lead from start to finish.

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Thanks for the reply. Definitely a cool racer.

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Very good Mark! I love the SRC kits. I built a '67 312 Ferrari. The kits are really crude compared to your Tameos but I still like em.

Chris

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Looks great Mark .

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Very good Mark! I love the SRC kits. I built a '67 312 Ferrari. The kits are really crude compared to your Tameos but I still like em.

Chris

Thanks Chris! Yea even the first Tameo/Meri kits are better. I really liked this kit though I think I've built about 3 of them over the years for other people.

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Very nice!

I don't know anything about these cars, but I'm surprised to see a transverse mounted engine in there. That seems weird.

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Very nice!

I don't know anything about these cars, but I'm surprised to see a transverse mounted engine in there. That seems weird.

Yea it is weird it had a 230hp V12 that was capable of 14000 RPM's pretty crazy for 1965.

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