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Category: Vehicles - Cars
Vehicles - Cars
Also known as: Used from: 1978–1979 Used by: Manufacturer: Brabham Model: BT46
20007 (GC-2007) 1979 | New tool
09203 (GP-12) 2016 | Changed parts
20050 2003 | Changed parts
09153 (GP-49) 2013 | New tool
09185 (GP-58) 2014 | Changed parts
Model Factory Hiro (MFH) 1:12
K-463 2014 | Changed parts
09183 (GPSP-38) 2014 | Changed parts
X-Tenariv by AMR 1:43
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I guess you have done your research on this famous beast, but I found this that may interest you too. https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=i&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.grandprixhistory.org%2Fbrab46.htm&psig=AOvVaw0bI5zE8QAgD-pPGH_JR9iU&ust=1617225107940000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CA0QjhxqFwoTCNCQjLH32O8CFQAAAAAdAAAAABAD
Ops!! Thanks a lot!
It may be I have looked up the incorrect car, as this kit is minus the big 'fan' in the rear, OR, am I wrong. 👍
Extremely realistic engine and compartment.
Looks like it could start and idle.
The rest of the build is a knockout too.
Hi Kerry! You are wrong. This kit is the BT46 version. The version with the rear fan was the BT46B.
Thank you Peppy!
Adriano. I love being wrong at times.
Looking forward to your work and results mate. 👍
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