Newsletter 594: The hard truth

The hard truth

The hard truth
In today's newsletter, we're going to reveal to you a secret that will shake the very foundations of your scale modeling world. Please don't tell anyone, but some manufacturers are more expensive than others, and their quality standards also differ. Incredible, isnt it? ;-)

But heres another big truth, the usual rule of thumb of "the more expensive, the better" doesn't always apply: there are cheap parts by some rising manufacturers with a "how the hell do they make that?" quality level, as well as seasoned manufacturers that may have lowered their standards to "why the hell did they make that?" on some products. Of course, we have to offer products for every public and taste so you can decide on which sections of your scale model you want to add an detail up set or save some bucks instead, but the thing is: how do you tell which case is which for every single product?

We carefully review every one of them and carefully write our product description, but it's just ONE opinion, and clearly thousands of eyes see way better than just ours, right? So we're ready for you to start giving your own opinions on any of the more than sixty thousand references you can find at SpotModel. :)

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Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 Sonauto Team sponsored by BP #99 - Anne-Charlotte Verney (FR) + Marie-Madeleine Fouquet (FR) - Tour de France Automobile 1974 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions image

Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Porsche Carrera RS 2.7 Sonauto Team sponsored by BP #99 - Anne-Charlotte Verney + Marie-Madeleine Fouquet - Tour de France Automobile 1974 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions

Arena Modelli Reference: ARE1276

The female couple formed by Anne-Charlotte Verney and Madeleine Fouquet participated with this Porsche 911 Carrera from the BP Sonauto team in the 1974 Tour de France Automobile, finishing in fourteenth place overall.
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Italeri: Tractor head scale model kit 1/24 scale - Man 26.321 Formel six - plastic parts, rubber parts, water slide decals and assembly instructions image

Italeri: Tractor head scale model kit 1/24 scale - Man 26.321 Formel six - plastic parts, rubber parts, water slide decals and assembly instructions

Italeri Reference: 756

Equipped with a 6-cylinder diesel engine, the MAN 26.321 was developed to meet the demands of the most modern truck drivers. Its variant with a reinforced chassis allowed the mounting of a second axle at the rear. This is precisely the version that Italeri allows us to reproduce with this reference which, as is usual for this manufacturer, has a complete breakdown of the engine and chassis area, apart from its detailed cabin. Other aesthetic elements present in the model are the large horns, the different aerodynamic appendages and the characteristic spoiler on the roof of the cabin.
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Tamiya: Glue - CA Cement Accelerator - 1 x 10ml - for Tamiya references TAM87091 and TAM87187 image

Tamiya: Glue - CA Cement Accelerator - 1 x 10ml - for Tamiya references TAM87091 and TAM87187

Tamiya Reference: TAM87138

Drying accelerator for cyanoacrylate glues. The cap has an applicator brush to ensure easy use. Contains an alcohol-based accelerator that minimizes damage to plastic parts. To use it, apply the accelerator to one of the surfaces to be joined and the cyanoacrylate-type glue to the other. When the two surfaces are pressed together, a strong bond will quickly form. It is ideal for gluing small photo-etched parts or pieces with a very small surface area.
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Model Factory Hiro: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Lancia D50 - Alberto Ascari - Test version 1954 - photo-etched parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, assembly instructions and painting instructions

Model Factory Hiro Reference: MFH-K396

This reference of the Lancia D50 of the test version is differentiated by the side tanks, the hood and some details on the nose that differ from the specifications seen on the units used in the 1954 Monaco Grand Prix race.
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Model Factory Hiro: Car scale model kit 1/24 scale - Abarth Record Monza Roosevelt Auto Team #62, 63, 64 - Lanzo Cussini (IT) + Remo Cattini (IT), Mario Poltronieri (IT) + Alfonso Thiele (IT), Bill Rutan (US) + Ray Cuomo (US) + Paul Richards (US) - 12 Hours Sebring 1959 - metal parts, photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, vacuum formed parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions image

Model Factory Hiro: Car scale model kit 1/24 scale - Abarth Record Monza Roosevelt Auto Team #62, 63, 64 - Lanzo Cussini + Remo Cattini, Mario Poltronieri + Alfonso Thiele, Bill Rutan + Ray Cuomo + Paul Richards - 12 Hours Sebring 1959 - metal parts, photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, vacuum formed parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions

Model Factory Hiro Reference: MFH-LK001

This kit from the MFH "Lightweight" series allows you to choose between the three units of the Abarth Record Monza that participated in the 1959 12 Hours of Sebring, each one in a different color. The number #62 with the red body finished in 29th place, the number #63 with the Aqua body finished in 32nd place, and the number #64 with the white body finished in the 28th position. For which do you decide?
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Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M1C #11, 51, 52, 57, 91 - Lothar Motschenbacher (US), Bob Bondurant (US), Peter Revson (US), John Cordts (CA), Skip Scott (US) - Can-Am Canadian-American Challenge Cup, USRR Championship 1967 and 1968 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions image

Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M1C #11, 51, 52, 57, 91 - Lothar Motschenbacher, Bob Bondurant, Peter Revson, John Cordts, Skip Scott - Can-Am Canadian-American Challenge Cup, USRR Championship 1967 and 1968 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions

Marsh Models Reference: MM283

High quality resin kit with which you can choose between five different versions of some of the many McLaren M1Cs that, in the hands of different private teams, and equipped with Chevrolet engines, participated in the Can-Am series in the 1967 and 1968, as well as in the USRRC series in the case of the number #51 of Bob Bondurant (USA) with his M1C of the Dana Chevrolet Racing team. In addition to the decal sheet with the different versions, the white metal parts also include the small details that differentiate each of the versions, such as the different configurations of the air inlets to the engine. The kit also includes several photo-etched plates so you can assemble the model with a great amount of detail.
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Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M1C #8, 39, 42, 47, 77 84 - Ron Courtney (US), Ludwig Heimrath (CA), Candido DaMota (US), Jerry Hansen (US), Leonard Janke (US), William Wonder (US) - Can-Am Canadian-American Challenge Cup 1967, 1968 and 1970 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions image

Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M1C #8, 39, 42, 47, 77 84 - Ron Courtney, Ludwig Heimrath, Candido DaMota, Jerry Hansen, Leonard Janke, William Wonder - Can-Am Canadian-American Challenge Cup 1967, 1968 and 1970 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions

Marsh Models Reference: MM284

High-quality resin kit with which you can choose between six different versions of some of the McLaren M1Cs that, in the hands of different teams, participated in the Can-Am series in 1967, 1968 and 1970. In addition to the decals with the different versions, the photo-etched parts also include the small details that differentiate each of the versions, such as the different configurations of the rear spoilers, rear-view mirrors or front fins. The kit also includes white metal parts, so you can assemble the model with a great amount of detail.
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Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M12 #7, 11, 98 - John Surtees (GB), Lothar Motschenbacher (US), George Eaton (CA) - Can-Am Mosport 1969 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions image

Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M12 #7, 11, 98 - John Surtees, Lothar Motschenbacher, George Eaton - Can-Am Mosport 1969 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions

Marsh Models Reference: MM285

High-quality resin kit to make up to three of the McLaren M12s that participated in the first Can-Am series event held in Mosport in 1969. The decal sheet allows you to choose between three versions. The first, with number #7, was entered by Chaparral Cars for John Surtees, who was the best classified of the three, reaching third position. The second option, with number #11, is the one with which Lothar Motschenbacher achieved fifth starting position, although in the race he had to abandon due to clutch problems. The third version wears the number #98, which George Eaton wore to ninth place. The kit also includes several photo-etched plates and white metal parts, so you can assemble the model with a great amount of detail.
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Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - AC Cobra 427 Shelby American Inc Team #4, 98 - Ken Miles (US) - USRRC Riverside, Australian TT Tourist Trophy 1965 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions image

Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - AC Cobra 427 Shelby American Inc Team #4, 98 - Ken Miles - USRRC Riverside, Australian TT Tourist Trophy 1965 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions

Marsh Models Reference: MM286

High quality resin kit to make up to two versions of Ken Miles' powerful AC Cobra 427, with which he participated in some races of the 1965 USRRC series and at the end of the year in Australia, in the Tourist Trophy. The decal sheet allows you to choose between the number #4 with which Miles raced in Australia at the Lakeside circuit, where he abandoned due to a suspension problem, or the number #98 that he raced in the second USRRC event in Riverside, where he had to abandon due to mechanical problems. The kit also includes several photo-etched plates and white metal parts, so you can assemble the model with a great amount of detail.
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Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M1A Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Team #7 - Brands Hatch Guards Trophy 1965 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions image

Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M1A Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Team #7 - Brands Hatch Guards Trophy 1965 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions

Marsh Models Reference: MM287

High quality resin kit to make the version of the Mclaren M1A with which Bruce McLaren achieved second position in the two heats of the Guards Trophy held at the Brands Hatch circuit in 1965, an event corresponding to the British Sports Car Championship. The kit also includes several photo-etched plates and white metal parts, so you can assemble the model with a great amount of detail.
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Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M1B Ecurie Soucy Racing Team sponsored by Soucy Automobiles Inc #22 - Mike Spence (GB) - Can-Am Canadian-American Challenge Cup 1967 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions image

Marsh Models: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - McLaren M1B Ecurie Soucy Racing Team sponsored by Soucy Automobiles Inc #22 - Mike Spence - Can-Am Canadian-American Challenge Cup 1967 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions

Marsh Models Reference: MM288

High quality resin kit to make the version of the McLaren M1B with which Spence achieved third position in the race held in Las Vegas in 1967. The kit also includes several photo-etched plates and white metal parts, so you can assemble the model with a great amount of detail.
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Studio27: Marking / livery 1/20 scale - Renault RE30B/30C Equipe Renault Team sponsored by Elf #15, 16 - Alain Prost (FR), Rene Arnoux (FR), Eddie Cheever (US) - FIA Formula 1 World Championship 1982 and 1983 - water slide decals and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM20018 image

Studio27: Marking / livery 1/20 scale - Renault RE30B/30C Equipe Renault Team sponsored by Elf #15, 16 - Alain Prost, Rene Arnoux, Eddie Cheever - FIA Formula 1 World Championship 1982 and 1983 - water slide decals and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM20018

Studio27 Reference: ST27-DC743D

If you want to refresh the decals of your Tamiya kit of the Renault 30B, or you prefer to make the decoration of the 30C version (which does not come with the model) used in the first two races of the 1983 season, do not hesitate to get a set of these beautiful Studio27 decals, reissued for a short period of time.
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Tabu Design: Marking / livery 1/20 scale - Ferrari F310B Scuderia Ferrari Team sponsored by Marlboro #5, 6 - Michael Schumacher (DE), Eddie Irvine (GB) - Formula 1 World Championship 1997 - water slide decals - for Tamiya reference TAM20045 image

Tabu Design: Marking / livery 1/20 scale - Ferrari F310B Scuderia Ferrari Team sponsored by Marlboro #5, 6 - Michael Schumacher, Eddie Irvine - Formula 1 World Championship 1997 - water slide decals - for Tamiya reference TAM20045

Tabu Design Reference: TABU20005

The Tamiya model of the Ferrari 310B is wonderful, but it lacks a small detail to be totally "complete", the Marlboro tobacco decals. For those who do not want to do without this important detail when assembling their model, this sheet by Tabu Design is the solution.
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Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Datsun 240 Z sponsored by Mr. Pibb #57 - John Tremblay (US) + Bob Lapp (US) - 12 Hours Sebring, 24 Hours of Daytona 1979 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions image

Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Datsun 240 Z sponsored by Mr. Pibb #57 - John Tremblay + Bob Lapp - 12 Hours Sebring, 24 Hours of Daytona 1979 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions

Arena Modelli Reference: ARE1277

This kit allows you to choose between two versions of the Datsun 240Z with the number #57. The first version corresponds to the one that participated in the 1979 24 Hours of Daytona, and the second one with which it participated in the 12 Hours of Sebring of the same year. In both cases the Japanese vehicle did not reach the finish line.
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Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Datsun 240 Z sponsored by Worldparts #84 - Chris Doyle (US) + John Maffucci (US) + Bob Speakman (US) - 12 Hours Sebring, 24 Hours of Daytona 1978 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions image

Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Datsun 240 Z sponsored by Worldparts #84 - Chris Doyle + John Maffucci + Bob Speakman - 12 Hours Sebring, 24 Hours of Daytona 1978 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions

Arena Modelli Reference: ARE1278

This kit allows you to choose between two versions of the Datsun 240Z with the number #84. The first version corresponds to the one that participated in the 1979 24 Hours of Daytona, where the team qualified in sixteenth place, and the second version with which it participated in the 12 Hours of Sebring of the same year, where it was forced to abandon.
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Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Porsche 935 L Brumos Team sponsored by Swap Shop #7 - Robert 'Bob' Wollek (FR) + Don Whittington (US) + Preston Henn (US) - 12 Hours Sebring 1985 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions image

Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Porsche 935 L Brumos Team sponsored by Swap Shop #7 - Robert 'Bob' Wollek + Don Whittington + Preston Henn - 12 Hours Sebring 1985 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions

Arena Modelli Reference: ARE1038

For the 1985 12 Hours of Sebring, the evolved Porsche 935 L of the Brumos Porsche Henn's Swap Shop Racing team featured a "short" rear end, seeking better behavior on short circuits. Unfortunately, the result of the race was not as expected, as they had to retire, qualifying in 35th position.
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Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Porsche 935 L sponsored by Henn's T-Bird Swap Shop #09 - Derek Bell (GB) + Michael Andretti (US) + John Paul Junior (US) - 12 Hours Sebring 1983 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions image

Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Porsche 935 L sponsored by Henn's T-Bird Swap Shop #09 - Derek Bell + Michael Andretti + John Paul Junior - 12 Hours Sebring 1983 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts and assembly instructions

Arena Modelli Reference: ARE1039

This highly evolved Porsche 935, driven by Derek Bell, Michael Andretti and John Paul Jr. in the 1983 12 Hours of Sebring, achieved first position on the grid with a time of 2:23.965, but it was of little use as it could not complete the race, abandoning due to engine problems after completing 125 laps.
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Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Ferrari 308 Proto Michelotto Team sponsored by Marlboro #343 - Antonio Zanini (ES) + Carmelo Ezpeleta (ES) - Baja Aragón Montesblancos 1985 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions image

Arena Modelli: Car scale model kit 1/43 scale - Ferrari 308 Proto Michelotto Team sponsored by Marlboro #343 - Antonio Zanini + Carmelo Ezpeleta - Baja Aragn Montesblancos 1985 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, white metal parts, other materials and assembly instructions

Arena Modelli Reference: ARE1293

In the 1985 edition, the Spanish driver Antonio Zanini, with Carmelo Ezpeleta as co-driver, appeared at the start of the Baja Aragn raid with nothing less than a Ferrari 308 prepared by Michelotto, after convincing the Padua coach to assemble a model. suitable for this demanding and exhausting off-road race. Despite the team's commitment and the driver's skill, they officially retired due to electrical problems during the first quarter of the race. A resin kit that faithfully reproduces many of the characteristic details of this version, such as its raised roof on which a spare wheel could be carried, its high air intake for the engine or the watertight engine cover. A unique model!
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Scalecars.Online: Air filter 1/24 scale - Air Filter - Type 3 - 3D printed parts - 1 units image

Scalecars.Online: Air filter 1/24 scale - Air Filter - Type 3 - 3D printed parts - 1 units

Scalecars.Online Reference: SCO-R067

3D printed resin air filter, at 1/24 scale, similar to the cylindrical type used in many competition cars and tuning preparations. The main advantage is that, to facilitate painting, the filter comes separated into 3 pieces, so it is not necessary to mask the pieces.
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Scalecars.Online: Detail 1/24 scale - Switches On/Off - 3D printed parts - 40 units image

Scalecars.Online: Detail 1/24 scale - Switches On/Off - 3D printed parts - 40 units

Scalecars.Online Reference: SCO-R001

Base with 40 3D printed units of On/Off switches designed for 1/24 scale models. The switches are delivered on a support prepared to break the walls so that the pieces can be painted more easily.
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Scalecars.Online: Air valve 1/24 scale - Tire valves type 1 - 3D printed parts - 40 units image

Scalecars.Online: Air valve 1/24 scale - Tire valves type 1 - 3D printed parts - 40 units

Scalecars.Online Reference: SCO-R002

Base with 40 3D printed units of tire air valves designed for 1/20 and 1/24 scale models. The valves are delivered on a support prepared to break the walls so that the pieces can be painted more easily.
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Scalecars.Online: Air valve 1/24 scale - Tire valves type 3 - 3D printed parts - 40 units image

Scalecars.Online: Air valve 1/24 scale - Tire valves type 3 - 3D printed parts - 40 units

Scalecars.Online Reference: SCO-R019

Base with 40 3D printed units of tire air valves designed for 1/24 scale models. The valves are delivered on a support prepared to break the walls so that the pieces can be painted more easily.
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LB Production: Detail 1/24 scale - Ford Sierra Cosworth 4×4 Roof vent covers - 3D printed parts - for D.Modelkits references DM-K001 and DM-K002 - 2 + 2 units image

LB Production: Detail 1/24 scale - Ford Sierra Cosworth 44 Roof vent covers - 3D printed parts - for D.Modelkits references DM-K001 and DM-K002 - 2 + 2 units

LB Production Reference: LB-TK12

Detailing your Ford Sierra Cosworth 4x4 Group A to the smallest detail is becoming easier and easier. Do you want to open the air intakes on the roof of your model? No problem. LB Production has created a set that includes 4 roof vent covers, two of which are rectangular in shape and the other two in a trapezoidal shape. What does yours have?
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LB Production: Transkit 1/24 scale - Mercedes Benz AMG GT3 Evo - 3D printed parts, paint masks, water slide decals and placement instructions - for Tamiya references TAM24345 and TAM24350 image

LB Production: Transkit 1/24 scale - Mercedes Benz AMG GT3 Evo - 3D printed parts, paint masks, water slide decals and placement instructions - for Tamiya references TAM24345 and TAM24350

LB Production Reference: LB-TK14

Transkit to convert the Mercedes AMG GT3 Tamiya kit into the new AMG GT3 Evo, characterized mainly by its large front grille and a much more evolved rear diffuser. The pieces, made by 3D printing, fit perfectly on the body, chassis and transparent parts of the original kit. In addition, a chrome decal sheet is included to detail the front grill.
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LB Production: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Mercedes Benz AMG GT3 Evo HRT Team sponsored by BWT #4 - Maximilian Götz (DE) - DTM 2021 - paint masks, water slide decals and placement instructions - for Tamiya references TAM24345 and TAM24350 image

LB Production: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Mercedes Benz AMG GT3 Evo HRT Team sponsored by BWT #4 - Maximilian Gtz - DTM 2021 - paint masks, water slide decals and placement instructions - for Tamiya references TAM24345 and TAM24350

LB Production Reference: LB-24094

In 2021, the DTM underwent a major regulation change, starting to use GT3 vehicles, causing Mercedes to return to the championship after several years of absence, as well as the debut of brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and McLaren. This decal sheet allows you to make the version of the Mercedes AMG GT3 that managed to win the drivers' championship, with the already classic pink colors of its main sponsor, BWT, and includes a paint mask sheet to facilitate painting the pink bands on the upper part of the front and rear windows. This decal sheet is designed to be used with the Tamiya kit, and in combination with the transkit for the Evo version developed by LB Production.
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Tabu Design: Marking / livery 1/20 scale - McLaren Honda MP4/5 McLaren Racing Limited Team sponsored by Marlboro #1, 2 - Ayrton Senna da Silva (BR), Alain Prost (FR) - FIA Formula 1 World Championship 1989 - water slide decals and tobacco sponsor decals - for Fujimi references FJ090573, 09057, GP-16, GP16, FJ09062, 090627, GP-19, FJ090627, 09062, GP-19, FJ090665, 09066, GP-22, FJ090719, 09071, GPSP-14, FJ091938, 09193 and GP-1 image

Tabu Design: Marking / livery 1/20 scale - McLaren Honda MP4/5 McLaren Racing Limited Team sponsored by Marlboro #1, 2 - Ayrton Senna da Silva, Alain Prost - FIA Formula 1 World Championship 1989 - water slide decals and tobacco sponsor decals - for Fujimi references FJ090573, 09057, GP-16, GP16, FJ09062, 090627, GP-19, FJ090627, 09062, GP-19, FJ090665, 09066, GP-22, FJ090719, 09071, GPSP-14, FJ091938, 09193 and GP-1

Tabu Design Reference: TABU20066

As usual in recent times, our models are missing some of the logos of the sponsors, such as those related to tobacco advertising. This Tabu Design decal belongs to a limited edition of few units that is not limited only to the tobacco advertising logos, but also contains all the complete decoration for your Fujimi McLaren Honda MP4/5 .
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Tabu Design: Marking / livery 1/20 scale - Ferrari F1/89/90 639/640/641 Scuderia Ferrari Team sponsored by Marlboro #1, 2, 27, 28 - Alain Prost, Nigel Ernest James Mansell, Gerhard Berger, Michele Alboreto - test 1988 (IT) - FIA Formula 1 World Championship 1989 and 1990 - water slide decals, assembly instructions and tobacco sponsor decals - for Tamiya references TAM20023 and TAM20024

Tabu Design Reference: TABU20056

Very complete decal sheet for the different versions used in the 1988 tests (639 version) and in the 1989 and 1990 season grand prix for the different evolutions of the Ferrari F1 (respectively Ferrari F1/89 640 and Ferrari F1/90 641) designed by John Barnard and evolved by Steve Nichols, earning several victories and coming close to winning the championship from Alain Prost in 1990.
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Studio27: Detail up set 1/20 scale - Tyrrell Ford P34 sponsored by ELF #4 - Patrick Depailler (FR) - Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix 1976 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, seatbelt fabric, turned metal parts, white metal parts and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM20058 image

Studio27: Detail up set 1/20 scale - Tyrrell Ford P34 sponsored by ELF #4 - Patrick Depailler - Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix 1976 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, rubber parts, seatbelt fabric, turned metal parts, white metal parts and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM20058

Studio27 Reference: ST27-FP20159

They may look the same, but the two Tyrrell P34s that raced in the 1976 Japanese Grand Prix had significant differences. So many that there are two different transkits, one for number #3 and one for number #4. The main difference from Patrick Depailler's number #4 single seater was its rear wing with "small" side panels. In addition, a whole series of small pieces in resin and white metal, apart from the generous photo-etched plate, to detail the Tamiya kit as much as possible. And one of the most interesting details of such a famous race to win the 1976 title in favor of James Hunt... the wet tires used during the race.
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Studio27: Decals - White lines 0,2mm, 0,4mm and 0,6mm - water slide decals image

Studio27: Decals - White lines 0,2mm, 0,4mm and 0,6mm - water slide decals

Studio27 Reference: ST27-FP0045

Decal sheet with white lines in sizes 0.2 mm, 0.4 mm and 0.6 mm wide. 6 stripes of each of the measures are included.
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Studio27: Decals - Black lines 1mm, 2mm and 3mm - water slide decals image

Studio27: Decals - Black lines 1mm, 2mm and 3mm - water slide decals

Studio27 Reference: ST27-FP0047

Decal sheet with black lines in sizes 1 mm, 2 mm and 3 mm wide. 5 stripes of each of the measures are included.
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Studio27: Decals - Black lines 0,2mm, 0,4mm and 0,6mm - water slide decals image

Studio27: Decals - Black lines 0,2mm, 0,4mm and 0,6mm - water slide decals

Studio27 Reference: ST27-FP0048

Decal sheet with black lines in sizes 0.2 mm, 0.4 mm and 0.6 mm wide. 6 stripes of each of the measures are included.
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Studio27: Decals - Silver lines 0,2mm, 0,4mm and 0,6mm - water slide decals image

Studio27: Decals - Silver lines 0,2mm, 0,4mm and 0,6mm - water slide decals

Studio27 Reference: ST27-FP0051

Decal sheet with silver lines in sizes 0.2 mm, 0.4 mm and 0.6 mm wide. 6 stripes of each of the measures are included.
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Studio27: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Volkswagen Golf GTI sponsored by Jagermeister #24, 52, 74 - Jochi Kleint (DE) + Günther Dederichs (DE), Joachim Knollmann (DE) + Dieter Grimkowski (DE), Joachim Springer (DE) + Hans-Christoph Mehmel (DE) - Monte Carlo Rally - Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo, Lombard RAC Rally, ADAC Rallye Hessen 1975 and 1976 - water slide decals and placement instructions - for Revell references REV07072, 80-7072 and REV07673 image

Studio27: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Volkswagen Golf GTI sponsored by Jagermeister #24, 52, 74 - Jochi Kleint + Gnther Dederichs, Joachim Knollmann + Dieter Grimkowski, Joachim Springer + Hans-Christoph Mehmel - Monte Carlo Rally - Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo, Lombard RAC Rally, ADAC Rallye Hessen 1975 and 1976 - water slide decals and placement instructions - for Revell references REV07072, 80-7072 and REV07673

Studio27 Reference: ST27-DC1153

We are used to seeing the famous orange Jagermeister decorations on the big monsters of the circuits, but that does not mean that there are other disciplines where we find models sponsored by this drink. In the mid-70s, a modest Golf GTI participated in several international rallies with their colors. This decal sheet allows you to choose between 3 options: the 1975 International Hessen Rally with number #24, the 1975 RAC Rally of England with number #52, and the 1976 Monte Carlo Rally with number #74.
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