Hi folks, hope everyone is well! Some time back I posted an article on a Ferrari engine as part of a work in progress. I'm pleased to say that many months later I have finally finished it. To those of you who are not already familiar with this m[...]
Hi folks! This is the 6.3l V12 engine from the Tamiya LaFerrari. It generates a whopping 800 bhp and is combined with an electric motor, giving the car a total of 950 bhp. Not bad for a road car... It's the first time I've posted an article of [...]
Ferrari 126CK, 1/20 Fujimi kit, painted with Tamiya spray cans and acrylics/Humbrol enamel. I added some detail, photo-etched bolts and nuts, Studio27 seatbels, wires, cables and other engine and mechanical details. I hope you like it.
It's the first Car model I built. (and maybe it's last one for a while...) This 250 GT is true design masterpiece of Ferrari in 60's. You can find everywhere the most elegant curves and volumes of all time in every angle you look at it Kit is I[...]
In 1989 Ferrari introduced the Type 640 Formula One car, the first F1 car to feature semi-automatic transmission,and, much to everyone's surprise, it won the first race of the seawon, the Brazilian GP, driven by Englishman Nigel Mansell. Ferrar[...]
Hi again folks, this is the Tamiya 1/24 kit of the legendary Ferrari FXX. The car was released for sale in 2005 and is a non road legal track car based on the Enzo. It has a 6.3 litre V12 engine generating roughly 800 bhp and all the gadgets off[...]
My third 1/20 Tamiya, I made a few modifications, finished in MM, Tamiya and Floquil enamels and Alclad with Future over the kit and Microscale decals. Carlos Reutemann finished third in the championship on 48 points and Gilles ninth on 17 point[...]
Many moons ago I put away my paint & glue, trading 'em in for girls, weed and a Rickenbacker bass. Fast forward several decades- Traded the former in for a wife, single malt scotch and (plastic) ;) models. Been doing planes, an occasional [...]
Fujimi 24th scale kit with modified front end. Splitter and dive planes made from plastic card and Miliput. Eduard etch belts. Thanks for looking, Rob.
Well, I said I would build a wheely thing and here she is. Done in Yellow, to make a change. Any errors are mine, and I have seen them. I did a WIP , so you can look there for hidden parts. Well One kit down, 4 to go before starting anything new.