Hello again! First of all may I just say this new website is looking snazzy! Thanks for all the hard work that has gone on behind the scenes! In recent years the term ‘super car’ has become all to common. […]
The Porsche Channel at iModeler
Porsche 959, my favorite car. Tamiya scale 1/24, this model, I made it approximately 6 years ago, painted with humbrol enamels and sealed with glossy lacquer testors, a model not very good, I need several adjustments and a lot of […]
This the Tamiya 1/24 kit of the Porsche 959, my last post from last year’s Porsche collection. I don’t normally model road cars and decided to try to do something a little different with this kit. The interior is a […]
This is another Tamiya 1/24 kit, this time the Porsche 934 Turbo RSR. Based on the 930 Turbo road car, the 934 was developed to race in the then Group 4 racing category started in 1976. The 2993cc engine had […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 Jürgen Barth.