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Something for the weekend, sir?

by George Williams on November 14, 2017 in Automotive -- 30 Comments

At the beginning of this year I started a Porsche project, but, like many such ideas it has fallen by the wayside, however, here’s one finished model, Tamiya’s 1/24 scale kit of the 911 GT2 Club Sport road version. In […]

It’s the year of the Porsche – Tamiya 1/24 Porsche 935/78 Moby Dick Martini

by George Williams on January 5, 2017 in Automotive -- 29 Comments

Having recently watched, and enjoyed, Jeremy Clarkson’s test of the latest Porsche 911, I decided that in 2017 I would concentrate on models of Porsche cars, in 1/24 scale there are dozens on offer, both old and more recent examples, […]

I build cars, too! Tamiya 1/24 scale curbside Porsche Boxster

by George Tufnail on January 10, 2016 in Automotive -- 3 Comments

Another OOB kit for an in club build contest. Since this is a curb side kit, I didn’t have to mess around with an engine or engine bay. There was some paint detailing on the underside, then the interior was […]

Porsche 962C LeMans 1986

by olivier.rive on February 5, 2015 in Automotive -- 9 Comments

The Porsche 962 was designed in 1984 to allow the German company to participate in the American Championship IMSA GTP. It differs from the 956 with a wheelbase extended by 12 cm to accommodate the pedal behind the front wheel […]

Gunze-Sangyo Porsche 959

by Bruce Lewerenz on July 30, 2014 in Automotive -- 5 Comments

Every once in a while you come across a model that such a pleasure to build. It is a simple curbside model but is so will engineered that everything fits just right.

Porsche 936 turbo

by olivier.rive on May 31, 2014 in Automotive -- 12 Comments

Tamiya 1/24 It’s an old kit from Tamiya but the only for this car… The 936 turbo win LeMans in 1977 with Jacky Ickx, Hurley Haywood and J├╝rgen Barth.