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Old 01-29-2010, 11:42 AM   #946
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If anyone wanted to know.
The 104pro Diff./carbon axle fits right into a 103.
No more thrust bearing loaded wheels!
Also fits in to the F109 too
I have been running it for a few months now, but may decide to cut down an F103 steel axle to fit the F104 diff
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Old 01-29-2010, 08:06 PM   #947
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A sampling of the latest to come out of the F1Paintlab
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There will be these and a few more posted at www.f1paintlab.com
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Old 01-29-2010, 08:54 PM   #948
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Hi, here is my simple paintjob of the Ferrari 312T3.



Yes, full bodied driver figure made from paper mache. Also fabricated the steering wheel and cockpit items.



Rear exhausts and driveshafts.



Hope you like. More photos at Ferrari 312T3 RC Car.

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Wow last couple posts are sensory overload
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Old 01-29-2010, 10:31 PM   #950
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Default this is the one for me 2010 MB GP

Oh the Silver Arrows!







Wich of you building experts is going to paint one for me?

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the new McLaren looks like a goer as well..........

http://carlaunch.mclaren.com/
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Old 01-30-2010, 12:29 AM   #952
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Wich of you building experts is going to paint one for me?

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I can paint it, just dont know about getting the right decals at this point
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rccartips....that is a very nice job on the ferrari, the attention to detail is amazing.

it was a different time back then in the late 70's for F1 and the 312T3, up against the 79 Wing Lotus....that would be another nice car to see in r/c racing.
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aussierevo, thanks. wish tamiya released more oldschool type f1s.
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I can paint it, just dont know about getting the right decals at this point
You think we can have it for TCS 2/28? We have to win one rigth?

The paint is not one tone, can you tell by the photos, looks like a washed mix of gray and pearl. Let me know your toughs.

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Had a little time on my hands so made a ' How to make a flashing LED set' tutorial for my F1 take a look it only takes 10 mins to build one

http://thercracer.blogspot.com/2010/...-tutorial.html
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Hi, here is my simple paintjob of the Ferrari 312T3.



Yes, full bodied driver figure made from paper mache. Also fabricated the steering wheel and cockpit items.



Rear exhausts and driveshafts.



Hope you like. More photos at Ferrari 312T3 RC Car.

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This has to be one of the coolest oldschoolers I've seen in a minute!
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zpmhinojosa, thanks.
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