1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

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Re: 1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

Post by rex craemer » Sun 13. Mar 2016 03:59

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Re: 1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

Post by rex craemer » Sun 13. Mar 2016 04:01

the car is not ,,transformed ,, into a magracer, but will be soon.

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Re: 1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

Post by rex craemer » Sun 13. Mar 2016 04:13

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Re: 1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

Post by rex craemer » Sun 13. Mar 2016 04:16

i installed some tubes, to get the right frontaxle wide.

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Re: 1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

Post by WesR » Wed 16. Mar 2016 19:34

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My 'Alfetta' goes well but I still need some gloss red paint and I am annoyed that I have lost the wheel spoke discs. (or maybe they were never in the box!)
The Mercedes are very difficult to find. I think Marcus's car was ready built. I nearly bought this car myself on ebay!
I look forward to seeing it in action Marcus.

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Re: 1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

Post by rex craemer » Thu 17. Mar 2016 03:35

yes wes, you are right. the mercedes was ready built, and a little expensive. in this car it wont work with the original frontaxle, i have to make it wider like you did. i ordered color too, french blue and wine red, because the original colors of the plastic dont looks good. waiting for some parts to finish the alfa and the mercedes, and also yes, i will run them with two motors. its like the real old cars , much power, but loosy grip. i have a lot of cars running with two motors, all monsters, the bmw e 30, 190e, calibra, alfa, 300 sl, 300 sel 6.3, and the 1:24 , 450 slc . no problems with the speedcontroler, nothing gets warm or smells. and they make a lot of fun, because its difficult to handle them with so much tourqe.

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Re: 1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

Post by rex craemer » Fri 25. Mar 2016 11:40

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Post by rex craemer » Fri 25. Mar 2016 11:42

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Post by rex craemer » Fri 25. Mar 2016 11:43

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Re: 1/24 Talbot-LagoMagracer

Post by rex craemer » Fri 25. Mar 2016 11:44

running realy good and equal, now painting and details.

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