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1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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Good to see you back on this one, Rick. I remember I promised yu tyres and rims :oops: :oops: fortunately I am definitely making tham, now! :D
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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Yes sir, I seem to remember such a off and I will be looking for that promise my ole friend.
Rick
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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It's gettin nearer this time :wink:
BTW, should you need some (small!! :lol: :lol: ) part fr the ole 126, I recently grabbed a bunch of them. I'll hardly run dry of parts. Damn! let;s see if I get enough will t finish the pullrod version.
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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JamesB wrote:It's gettin nearer this time :wink:
BTW, should you need some (small!! :lol: :lol: ) part fr the ole 126, I recently grabbed a bunch of them. I'll hardly run dry of parts. Damn! let;s see if I get enough will t finish the pullrod version.
regards :D
I have 2 kits for parts, but the tires leave a lot to be desired. Thank you for your kind help my friends.
Rick
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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Hi Rick, at last your wheels are ready :D
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For those interested, 15 inches are also available.... 8)
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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My mouth is watering, have got the 126C out again and figuring a way to repair the body shell. I quite imagine many encounter this break.
Rick
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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Fiatphile wrote:My mouth is watering, have got the 126C out again and figuring a way to repair the body shell. I quite imagine many encounter this break.
Rick
Let me guess.... hmmmm thin wall on head rest broken? :roll:
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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Yep, I thought and did weld the split back together w/Tamiya Thin Liquid glue. Then to insure this did not split again @ glued joint, I backed the damaged area w/thin HVAC metallic tape. The project continues.
Looking forward to the tires, with the shell repaired and the tires/rims, gives one the initiative to go another step. I have had this for awhile, started and now need to finish. Thanks JamesB my friend.
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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You're welcome!
The repair looks a good way to do it :D
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Re: 1/12 Protar Ferrari 126C2

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Please, if someone has an email of Rick (Fiatphile) please send me by pm :D
TIA
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