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    I keep hearing these "unofficial" rumours of a "white" BRM 962.

    I'd appreciate knowing if this is true since I would like to realize a livery that BRM are not currently offering.

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    White BRM 962 Body

    Hi MG Brown!

    Yes, white 962 Bodies are available.
    You can choose from the 2 different types of rear wings we have produced.

    Francesco

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    • #3
      Alan...?

      Any ETA for these to be in North America?

      Thanks.

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      • #4
        The white bodies will come in with our next order.

        I hope to get this sorted out this week and land by early September.

        For a complete list of BRM Cars and parts click here.

        http://scaleracing.com/BRM/BRM_2007_USA_Price_List.xls

        Or see the attached file for the Price List.
        Last edited by Scaleracing; 08-20-2007, 08:21 AM.
        Alan Smith
        SCI Owner.
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        • #5
          Thank you sir.

          I'll look forward to the additional parts appearing on your website so that they can be ordered.
          Last edited by MG Brown; 08-20-2007, 09:59 AM.

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          • #6
            Ferrari 275

            Perhaps a nice Ferrari 275, or maybe even a 330 in the near future maybe a Kit? Some of us are getting older faster...and older and slower as well...but the Ferrari 275 is fast even setting on the shelf. I miss my old Monogram 275P. Maybe a real Italian reproduction in 1/24 would be fun. I already have another "Brand Racer" in 1/32nd scale but it is to pretty/expensive to actually put on a track. I'd have to buy at least two cars before I'd put one on them on the track, three if I wanted to make a modification to one.
            Last edited by lindseyangell; 10-28-2007, 02:03 PM. Reason: Change M

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            • #7
              No plans for Ferrari yet.

              This is an expensive license to get, BRM will focus on cars that ran in IMSA next.

              More news soon, most coming at Nurnberg in Feb 2008.

              Lets get people racing what BRM has produced now then build the 1/24 Scale Racing market from there.

              Cheers

              Alan

              ( Logged on as 132slotcar sorry. )

              www.scaleracing.com

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