Just what I need, another group c car. But I'm glad I don't have a significant other to explain to why I'll be bringing the Martini Lancia home as soon as it's available. I'm glad now that I controlled my urges when the West Lancia appeared.
(scott) , thank you . do i have the first ? it is in the house ! O.M.F.G , what a beauty ! need P6`s and i have to adjust the front to get it "planted" . awesome . maurizio , "on the money sir" ! h e l l , already had it upside down . thats how i know it needs P6`s .
`K , i`ve removed the angle winder inserts , takin` the screws out a full turn (all six , chassis and pod !) , also removed the front axle stools and dropped the screws cause the holes are a little rough , now (oh , this car has front axle grubb screws but no double screw holes for the rear wheels or the crowne) it almost rivals the jag with P6`s . will have to get a pair to compare . very impressed . this car is miles ahead of the original LS2 . very happy
jer `better get one or , "get left behind" !
off for a week , summer va-ca , yeeeee haaaaaa !
Last edited by Jerry LaGesse; 07-13-2012 at 06:25 PM.
Got one want more. In my gallery I posted the Cobra... One in Red and one Hugger Orange....gotta get another HRS Sidewinder chassis for the Sleeper...the one I got for the Red one worked out nice....Going to use only the three tiny Cobra stickers on the Orange. I need to find some nice 1/32 models, for my next program. It's been too hot in the garage so I'm building.
The original Lancia could be made to perform well, but this generally meant renovation from stem to stern, as well as the other bits.
Slot.it have come a long way since then, thanks to their continual improvements (many of which occur without fanfare, we just notice this and that change or other in the newer cars as we get them). I don't have the new Lancia yet, but look forward to adding one to my Group C collection.