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Dominik Weitzer (Dominik)
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Porsche 911 (993) Turbo

The last aircooled Porsche Turbo. I always loved the rear, wide body. No secret made, that there the power i housed.
The Revell Kit (same as the italeri) is not the best made kit. but from this Turbo there is no othe choice. And as a Porsche Fan, sure, i had to have it. The Wheels are defitily junk, so i became from a colleague wheels from the Tamiya Taysan-GT.
The rest is built as it is in the box.

Comments

6
Christian W
I'm still wondering, how Porsche makes space in the rear for such huge engines. On this it's not to oversee. I like the rear a lot. The spoiler is awesome and I Always get wet pants 😄 when I see one on the road.
The rims on your model Looking perfect. As you wrote: the ones out of the box are crap. So my Italeri one waits for some good wheels.
2 June 2020, 04:38
Ropen
Where did you get this kit affordably by any chance?
27 March, 22:57
Christian W
Since it was another issue in 2013, you'd buy the Italeri kit: Porsche 911 Turbo (Italeri 682, 1:24) (green on the box) or the first by 1994 (Porsche 911 Turbo (Italeri 3682, 1:24) - red on the box). The content is the same. Doesn't matter if it's Revell or Italeri.

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28 March, 06:12
Ropen
Thank you so much! The only kits I've seen from Revell are not cheaper than 100 euros!!
28 March, 19:42
Christian W
Really? Often the prices are crazy. Only because of the Revell box is insaine. Good, for the knowing of scalemates, where you can look up the history of the kits. That can save some money.
Yesterday I saw one on ebay germany for about 22 Euros - the green one on the package.
29 March, 04:43
Dominik Weitzer
The prices are nuts!
29 March, 08:48

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1:24 Porsche 911 Turbo (Revell 07300)

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