Newsletter 141: We're NOT pefrect ;)

We're NOT pefrect ;)

We're NOT pefrect ;)
You all know that, here at SpotModel, we're all tall, handsome, with clear blue eyes, we like both cars and bikes, we build several models every day, and we airbrush freehand with both hands and without even using masking tape. You may think: they're perfect!!

Nothing farther :) If we were, we wouldn't have to stop delivering your orders three days a year to recheck our warehouse inventory. The number of references we're selling keeps growing non-stop, and we have to make a mandatory pause to place new shelves, reorder all the materials, and double check our stock to make sure everything is right and up to date.

So during these three days we will NOT be shipping your parcels, although you can of course keep placing your orders on the website and they will be sent first time on monday morning.

While we're at it, you can have a look at the latest products just arrived, such as the recently announced Racing Decals 43 and Reji decals for the Lamborghini LP670, the MP4-13C, the Fabia and the WRC Peugeots. Other freshly baked beauties are some new Fujimi kits, several references from Zero Paints, and the Lotus Ford Type 78 from Tameo.

Thank you very much to let us search for pefrection :D

Racing Decals 43: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 R-SV JLOC #69 - Atsushi Yogo + Koji Yamanishi + Hiroyuki Iiri - 24 Hours Le Mans 2010 - water slide decals - for Aoshima kit AOSH-007082

Reference: RDE24-008

Do not miss this amazing decal for the JLOC (Japanese Lamborghini Owners Club) Lamborghini LP670 R-SV that raced in the recent Le Mans 24 hours in 2010, the car a many people believe is not the one that did just two laps and then retired this car retired after 138 Laps.
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Racing Decals 43: Decals 1/24 scale - Skoda Fabia S2000 New Zealand #31 - Hayden Paddon + John Kennard - Portugal Rally 2012 - for Belkits kit BEL-004

Reference: RD24-017

Do not miss this amazing decals for Hayden Paddon first S-WRC win in his second rally in the 2012 Rally de Portugal.
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Zero Paints: Paint - Ducati 1199 Panigale S Rosso - for Tamiya kit TAM14129

Reference: ZP-1273

All paints are pre-thinned for airbrush use, to a consistency suitable for airbrushes with nozzle sizes of 0.3mm upwards. It is NOT recommended to overthin the paint: mixing too much thinner will increase the chance of the paint becoming too hot during application, thus affecting/melting the plastic below the primer. If unsure, we recommend you to test it first before applying to your kit.
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Zero Paints: Paint - Gun Metal - Similar to Tamiya TS-38 - for Airbrush

Reference: ZP-1274

All paints are pre-thinned for airbrush use, to a consistency suitable for airbrushes with nozzle sizes of 0.3mm upwards. It is NOT recommended to overthin the paint: mixing too much thinner will increase the chance of the paint becoming too hot during application, thus affecting/melting the plastic below the primer. If unsure, we recommend you to test it first before applying to your kit.
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Zero Paints: Tools - 30ml Glass Jars for Paints - 6 bottles

Reference: ZP-6x30ML-JARS

Use this six spare 30ml bottles to keep you own paint mixes alive!
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Zero Paints: Paints set - BRM - Racing Green 60ml + Orange 30ml - for Airbrush

Reference: ZP-1200

All paints are pre-thinned for airbrush use, to a consistency suitable for airbrushes with nozzle sizes of 0.3mm upwards. It is NOT recommended to overthin the paint: mixing too much thinner will increase the chance of the paint becoming too hot during application, thus affecting/melting the plastic below the primer. If unsure, we recommend you to test it first before applying to your kit.
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Zero Paints: Tools - 60ml Glass Jars for Paints - 6 bottles

Reference: ZP-6x60ML-JARS

Use this six spare 60ml bottles to keep you own paint mixes alive!
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Fujimi: Model car kit 1/20 scale - McLaren Honda MP4/6 Shell #1, 2 - Ayrton Senna, Gerhard Berger - Japan Grand Prix 1991 - plastic model kit

Reference: FJ09044

It's the McLaren Honda MP4/6, as raced at the 1991 Japan Grand Prix. The kit features fantastic detail and ease of assembly. Decals are provided for Ayrton Senna's second-place-finishing #1 car or Gerhard Berger's Grand Prix-winning #2 car. The black rubber racing slick tires are perfectly proportioned to the model. Do not loose it!
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Aoshima: Model car kit 1/24 scale - McLaren F1 GTR Long Tail - Test version 1997 - plastic model kit

Reference: AOSH-00749

Aoshima introduces us the first version of the McLaren F1 GTR Long Tail, used during the preseason tests. The kit features a fully detailed engine, Italy printed decals by Cartograf, masks for painting window frames, and an infinite parts break up for building one of the most beautiful race cars of the 90s.
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Fujimi: Model car kit 1/24 scale - BMW M3 E30 - plastic parts, rubber parts, water slide decals and assembly instructions

Reference: FJ125725

Body molded in white, interior and chassis molded in white and black. Features matte chrome wheels and black rubber tires, plus decals for the exterior and interior. A curbside kit, with no engine parts.
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Fujimi: Model car kit 1/24 scale - Ferrari 330 P4 #26 - 24 Hours Daytona 1967 - plastic kit, photo-etched parts

Reference: FJ123707

Finely molded in white and clear styrene with nicely done matte chrome wheels and black rubber tires, the kit includes number pads for car #26. Includes a nice sheet of photo-etched metal detail parts from KA models, too. No engine is included, but a bit of transmission detail is provided.
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Zero Paints: Paint - Vaillant Green for Porsche 934 Turbo RSR Group 4 - 60ml - for Revell kit REV07032, or Tamiya kit TAM24334

Reference: ZP-1276

All paints are pre-thinned for airbrush use, to a consistency suitable for airbrushes with nozzle sizes of 0.3mm upwards. It is NOT recommended to overthin the paint: mixing too much thinner will increase the chance of the paint becoming too hot during application, thus affecting/melting the plastic below the primer. If unsure, we recommend you to test it first before applying to your kit.
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