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  1. Ferrari 250 GTO wheels from Jack Modeling: Jason created these with input from Pierre Rivard, Peteski and myself - these are meant to replace the wheels of the Italeri/Revell, Fujimi, Protar/Revell and Gunze Sangyo/Airfix kits. If he gets enough response , he will offer them for sale to the public. I bought 3 sets from him – each wheel consists of 3 parts: Borrani spoke rim, Dunlop racing tire with period-correct tread and sidewall lettering and the central hub/spinner. Below, you can see the sets spraypainted (directly onto the grey resin without any preparation) LEFT: Borranis : Duplicolor rim silver Dunlop tires : Duplicolor rallye black (semi-gloss) Spinners : Revell Chrome CENTER: Borranis : Revell Chrome Dunlop tires : Tamiya rubber black Spinners : Revell Chrome RIGHT: Borranis : Revell Chrome – with 2 shots Tamiya clear smoke overspray Dunlop tires: Tamiya rubber black Spinners : Humbrol Chrome silver enamel DIMENSIONS: standard for the early 250 GTO were: front 6.00 L-15, rear 7.00 L-15 Model tires: 28mm front and 29mm rear Model rims 17mm, width 8mm front, 10mm rear This is how they look on the model - Highly recommended : If you are interested in those wheels, please contact Jason directly : Here is his e-mail-address: contact.jackmodelling@gmail.com
  2. Received these today from Jack Modeling (France) via ebay: very fine spoke wheels with 5 (!) different sets of center locks. As my first order got lost in the mail, he sent me a second one (+ additional seatbelt buckles and exhaust pipes for free !) - Oh, I forgot to mention that these are available in 8 different sizes (from 14" up to 21") The set consisted of 7 (!) wheels and 5 to 6 each of 5 different centers! I can't say if this is a precaution because the material might be brittle and prone to breaking if not handled carefully enough (I can't say because I never have worked with 3 D parts until now) . Anyway, the price of € 5,50 is unbeatable - here is a link : https://www.ebay.de/sch/i.html?_dkr=1&iconV2Request=true&_blrs=recall_filtering&_ssn=jack_modelling&_oac=1 Here are some pics taken just now (what you see is what I got): Here is a direct comparison with Aoshima's MGB spoke wheels: You may want to give him a try - he also offers other wheels and detailing parts !
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