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Jürgen Prischenk (JuergenP)
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Audi quattro Rallye Monte Carlo 1984

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First, cut the roof of trans Kit and body replaced the roof of the Tamiya. The strength of the roof from the trans Kit was 2 mm thick!

Then the new wheels are used in this project.

 

Project

This album is attached to project Audi Quattro Rally Monte Carlo 1984.

Albums: 1 with 21 images
1:24
Completed
1:24 Audi Quattro Rally (Tamiya 24036)1:24 Audi Quattro "HB" (Renaissance TK24/046)
 

Comments

19. June 2014, 09:32 Share
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Stefan Suessemilch Cool Jürgen, looking forward to see more!
20. June 2014, 23:05
Jürgen Prischenk The first pic with the new "Tamaissance" Body ;)
12. July 2014, 14:33
Tim van Dooremalen Cool! Really like how you replaced the roof.
12. July 2014, 14:35
Jürgen Prischenk The roof was cut so that the cuts later disappear under decals.
12. July 2014, 15:21
Denilson Martins Nice job! Where did you find those wheels?
12. July 2014, 15:38
Jürgen Prischenk The rim was specially printed for me and then drained
12. July 2014, 15:40
Jürgen Prischenk The grille was glued on the bonnet and a split
13. July 2014, 08:49
Steven Gilbert Awesome work! Cannot wait to see this project all the way through!
13. July 2014, 08:54
Jürgen Prischenk The body was painted with Tamiya X 2 and then installed the decals from Renaissance with much plasticizer
6. August 2014, 17:55
Jürgen Prischenk The Quattro would lie too deep through the modified wheels, therefore the Struts were extended to approx. 1, 5 mm with rods.
10. August 2014, 09:02
Steve Wilson ...
Excellent progress Jürgen, as Tim.V.D said, " Really like how you replaced the roof. " :D
10. August 2014, 10:46
Jürgen Prischenk Thank you, Steve!!!
10. August 2014, 11:15
Jürgen Prischenk Walter may not be missing. The decal is then printed on transparent Decalfolie and applied later.
11. August 2014, 16:57
Jürgen Prischenk The wheels lend the necessary Audi. only the stone protectors have been worked out. The seats were covered with plaster and then edited with Brown and gray color.
23. August 2014, 15:40
Jürgen Prischenk The cage was built after an original template with 2 mm Evergreen profiles.
5. September 2014, 17:57
Jürgen Prischenk The body was times collected to the dry sample with the base unit and the wheels mounted. Very good, I like the height. The auxiliary headlights were etched.
22. September 2014, 20:12
Jürgen Prischenk a s comparison between normal Tamiya Kit and the trans Kit with the new wheels
30. September 2014, 17:00
Es-haq Khosravi Great job!
30. September 2014, 22:27
Jürgen Prischenk a few odds and ends and then the quattro is ready
3. October 2014, 10:46
Jürgen Prischenk Finished!!!!!!
2. November 2014, 18:29
Steve Wilson ...
Excellent Jürgen, awesome job... 8)
2. November 2014, 18:35
Acki Amazing. Cool car and cool Walter Röhrl.
2. November 2014, 20:39
Stefan Suessemilch Fantastic job Jürgen Why don't you give us some mre pics of the dio? It's a great idea!!
3. November 2014, 12:44
Jürgen Prischenk Hallo Stefan, you see more pics, after the Audi was presented in a magazine
3. November 2014, 18:23
3. November 2014, 18:24
Stefan Suessemilch In a magazine?? Wow.. let us know which one it'll be, looking forward to it :)
3. November 2014, 19:02
Michel Huijghe How retro can it be. :)
3. November 2014, 19:03
Dirk Heyer Nice model Jürgen. Remember me of an old commercial:" Wer wird denn gleich in die Luft gehen....."
3. November 2014, 19:04
Stefan Suessemilch HB-Männchen gesitern immer noch rum ;)
3. November 2014, 19:06
Jürgen Prischenk would someone have a set of rims? Leave to produce again.
4. November 2014, 03:53
Denilson Martins Very nice model Jürgen!!!
7. November 2014, 20:38

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