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Ferrari 126C2

1982 Belgian GP Qualifying #27 Gilles Villeneuve

Model Factory Hiro - Nr. K-436 - 1:12

Boxart Ferrari 126C2 K-436 Model Factory Hiro


Brand:Model Factory Hiro
Title:Ferrari 126C2 1982 Belgian GP Qualifying #27 Gilles Villeneuve
Released:2014 | Rebox (Updated/New parts)
Type:Full kit

Box contents

Includes: Photoetched fret, Resin (cast), Decalsheet (waterslide), Turned metal, Whitemetal, Rubber, Vacuformed

Decal options

  1. Ferrari 126C2
    IT Racing FIA Formula 1
    Ferrari 27 (Gilles Villeneuve)
    Belgian Grand Prix - Zolder BE | May 1982 (Result: DNS)
  2. Ferrari 126C2
    IT Racing FIA Formula 1
    Ferrari 28 (Didier Pironi)
    Belgian Grand Prix - Zolder BE | May 1982 (Result: DNS)

Product timeline

Based on
1:12 Ferrari 126C2 (Model Factory Hiro K-435)
Ferrari 126C2 1982 San Marino GP #27 Gilles Villeneuve / #28 Didier Pironi
Model Factory Hiro 1:12
2014 | Changed parts
Model Factory Hiro
Ferrari 126C2 (Model Factory Hiro K-433)
New tool
Ferrari 126C2 (Model Factory Hiro K-434)
New parts
Ferrari 126C2 (Model Factory Hiro K-435)
New parts
Ferrari 126C2 (Model Factory Hiro K-436)
New parts



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¥ 61275  JP In stock
USD 571.19

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cbarthol4677 added the Model Factory Hiro Ferrari 126C2 (1:12) to his stash.
7. June 2014 at 13:26:42 Share
Steve Wilson @Chris...
Is it really as good as written and hoped for, or is it a Pig in a poke???
As I respect your views on modelling and your builds are awesome, I'd love to see a pre-build review on the kit by you followed by a review of the build... How about it Chris??? ;)
7. June 2014 at 14:03:38
cbarthol4677 Hi Steve,
Yes, I can attest that MFH's 126C2 is as good as all the reports, possibly Hiro-San's best kit to date. I appreciate the nice comments about my builds, I'm always happy people can enjoy them. Unfortunately, it's probably gonna be a little while before I get to building it. My current project seems to be taking "a little" longer than I expected...............How about you?
8. June 2014 at 02:16:06
Steve Wilson QUOTE>>" Unfortunately, it's probably gonna be a little while before I get to building it. My current project seems to be taking "a little" longer than I expected."<<END QUOTE
Is there an echo in here??? :S :D That's been me for a few years now, I keep being found jobs to do by a certain little lady. I thought retiring would give me more time to build my stash of kits, don't beleive it, it's a fallacy!!! My 312 is near to ending :o. But the recent problems Kars (alien9998 ) has had with missing parts in his MFH kits, I found perturbing. So I've been going through all my MFH kits checking for missing parts, taking the opportunity to put each section of the instructions into zip-lock poly-bags. If a section only had a small number of parts I'd double up or more sections per zip-lock bag. Doing it has made me feel a tad geeky/nerdish! But satisfying in the sense, I have only found one missing part in my stash so far. It was from my 312B3 German GP, part M51. It seemed paltry complaining to Hiro-San, so I scratched made the part from some aluminium (which you US guys haven't learnt to pronounce right yet :D titter!) rod, of which I keep a stock of in various sizes, for making extra detail stuff. It was so successful I replaced that part in my other B3 kits as well, I'll post pictures later if you're interested. I have a couple of other projects started as well, once I've got past little ladies prodding finger, I'll get on with more important pressing things to do
8. June 2014 at 09:47:02
Stefan Suessemilch I'm interested Steve ;)
8. June 2014 at 09:57:26
cbarthol4677 I am interested, and I am impressed you going through the MFH kits to check the parts. I have had an incorrect part in an MFH kit, sent a note, and got the correct part within a week. Always excellent service from MFH. I visited MFH about a little while back, and one thing Kyoko stressed to me is the importance of customer service, so they keep all the drawings and tools/molds for all the kits they've produced and can make replacement parts quickly whether it's something wrong in the kit as delivered, or something the customer messed up (also I did, and got a new part in a week). So, after my long, drawn-out explanation, you shouldn't feel bad about asking Hiro-San for a new part.

On the alumin(i)um matter. It's not that we haven't learned, it's that we're more efficient, and don't need that extra "i".............joking of course
8. June 2014 at 16:05:56
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