With the fit and finish better than the slc, how come nobody put the time into that with the regular gt40 bodies? So they can pop out of the mold looking great, even a wide body rear without the extra flair work. Brian
I don't understand this guy. What's wrong with doing hair and designing great cars for people to enjoy and drive. Just go out and buy a gt40 and have fun. Stop wasting everyones time with this, and get back to building great cars.
Wow, i had know idea Michel that you had that much time in this. Great build, like many i wish it could happen. That would be a great pace car to use in the tour de france when the group hit the mountain. Have fun driving.:thumbsup:
Very nice build, but who makes the kit for this in the US? When you line them up together with the GT3, who wins? Again awesome looking car and build. What size wheels does it run, 15" or 16". Thanks Brian
Hi paul, question about the foot well on #126 the 6th picture. The seat to pedal position looks like your leg would hit the alloy panel when you press the gas pedal. Is that the correct way to look at it. Nice work for sure though. Brian
With so many people using transaxels these days to build their cars, why can't someone stock the nessasary parts to keep up with demand. Aren't there good machinist out there that can make the parts on demand. Just a thought, it sad to here someone has to wait 11 mounths until they can drive...