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Porsche 910-023 - Scuderia Lufthansa... 1000 Kms de Nurburgring 1968

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I've been working on this thing for the past year, finished just in time for the NNL West.

Paint is Tamiya TS-17 Gloss Aluminum, decals are from Studio 27

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​thanx for looking'...

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I saw it there. another in a series of breathtaking work on the table with your name on it. beautiful attention to detail!

jb

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WOW! So nice and clean on the outside, awesome job on the engine bay. Truly a great model. What scale and what kit?

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WOW! So nice and clean on the outside, awesome job on the engine bay. Truly a great model. What scale and what kit?

Thank you, it's an old 1/12th scale Tamiya plastic model, it has been re-issued a couple of times

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That's simply amazing! Is it mostly box stock or was there a ton of detail added? Regardless it looks stunning, great job

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That's simply amazing! Is it mostly box stock or was there a ton of detail added? Regardless it looks stunning, great job

Built pretty much straight out of the box, except for the decals (Studio27) and seat-belts (Repilcas & Miniatures)

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Can't get enough of this build... It is stunning. Any issues while building?

I have to pick this kit up. I've never done 1/12 before tho, I'm sure I will be in over my head haha.

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Very nice build Curt, did you use the decals for the front cover or did you paint it ? I have the kit and decals but I thought I would paint the front cover. I started prepping the body a while ago - a long term project !

I have not found many pictures of this car - I see you built it as an open car which I was wondering about.

Got any on line links for reference material ?

Great build - and inspiration too - thanks for posting it.

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Hi Curt,

As the actual owner of 910-023, for 13 years, could I give you some advice ?

The Studio 27 decals are not in the good size compared to the original design of the car in April 1968.

Its first race with Martini stickers came on Dijon-Lonvic.

Look at pictures on the website I realize for this car: www.910-023.com

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Hi Curt,

As the actual owner of 910-023, for 13 years, could I give you some advice ?

The Studio 27 decals are not in the good size compared to the original design of the car in April 1968.

Its first race with Martini stickers came on Dijon-Lonvic.

Look at pictures on the website I realize for this car: www.910-023.com

Thanx for the update.

I tried to get it close using the Studio27 decals, not a lot of photos available at the time I built the model.

I no longer have the model, sold it on eBay awhile back.

Beautiful car...B)

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