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Lancia Delta Martini WRC 1991 + Lancia Delta Test car 1991 Hachette 1/8 Options
frah2o
#161 Posted : 04 April 2019 09:01:37

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I started the job on inside details: i completed the idraulic brake and handbrake lines with some extras





























































Collection active: Lamborghini Countach 1/8; Porsche RS 1/8; Jaguar E-type, Ferrari 312T4 1/8; Ferrari F40Competizione 1/8; Subaru WRC 2003 1/8

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Completed model: Mp4/4 Mclaren 1:8
frah2o
#162 Posted : 04 April 2019 09:02:41

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Another work on inside with the add of exsthinguisher system and kevlar carpet.









































Collection active: Lamborghini Countach 1/8; Porsche RS 1/8; Jaguar E-type, Ferrari 312T4 1/8; Ferrari F40Competizione 1/8; Subaru WRC 2003 1/8

Work in progress: Delta Martini WRC 1/8, Golf GTI 1/8

Completed model: Mp4/4 Mclaren 1:8
frah2o
#163 Posted : 06 April 2019 06:17:21

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Continuing with internal detail.

I add extra transkit of headset and intercom.

After painting it with references color, i add some neoprene to simulate the padding.

Some few details and finally i will start with the final work on body shell.

























Collection active: Lamborghini Countach 1/8; Porsche RS 1/8; Jaguar E-type, Ferrari 312T4 1/8; Ferrari F40Competizione 1/8; Subaru WRC 2003 1/8

Work in progress: Delta Martini WRC 1/8, Golf GTI 1/8

Completed model: Mp4/4 Mclaren 1:8
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#164 Posted : 06 April 2019 07:10:30

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Stunning work, breathtaking.Love Love

Mark
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#165 Posted : 06 April 2019 09:59:46

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Very nice work indeed Francesco, this is a great build and your scratchbuilding is brilliant, love those headsets! Well done. Drool ThumpUp

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#166 Posted : 08 April 2019 07:21:45

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Markwarren wrote:
Stunning work, breathtaking.Love Love

Mark


Thanks mark, i always follow your fantastic work. Laugh


Kev the Modeller wrote:
Very nice work indeed Francesco, this is a great build and your scratchbuilding is brilliant, love those headsets! Well done. Drool ThumpUp

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Thanks too much Kev. This couple of delta is my first test to know my level with scratch. I hope to made a satisfy job.


Yesterday i think to finished the last engine details.

Just a little detail and seats and finally i can start the last big section of the building. the bodyshell

Here my last work on top mount absorber and the final fitting of intercooler duct








































Collection active: Lamborghini Countach 1/8; Porsche RS 1/8; Jaguar E-type, Ferrari 312T4 1/8; Ferrari F40Competizione 1/8; Subaru WRC 2003 1/8

Work in progress: Delta Martini WRC 1/8, Golf GTI 1/8

Completed model: Mp4/4 Mclaren 1:8
frah2o
#167 Posted : 12 April 2019 07:53:35

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I start the job on roof struts bar.

I made some work to correct the bars and the mistake on roof vent.
































Collection active: Lamborghini Countach 1/8; Porsche RS 1/8; Jaguar E-type, Ferrari 312T4 1/8; Ferrari F40Competizione 1/8; Subaru WRC 2003 1/8

Work in progress: Delta Martini WRC 1/8, Golf GTI 1/8

Completed model: Mp4/4 Mclaren 1:8
frah2o
#168 Posted : 12 April 2019 07:58:18

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Some final work on last inner and underside detail.

I worked on tailpipe, fuel filler and i self made the horn switch near on the foot rest on navigator side

I studied the refernces photo for the roof flap for the roof vent. In Montecarlo 91 was different of the Hachette proposal.

So i clodes the fitting hole for thr wrong flap

I also continued with work on roof struts





















































Collection active: Lamborghini Countach 1/8; Porsche RS 1/8; Jaguar E-type, Ferrari 312T4 1/8; Ferrari F40Competizione 1/8; Subaru WRC 2003 1/8

Work in progress: Delta Martini WRC 1/8, Golf GTI 1/8

Completed model: Mp4/4 Mclaren 1:8
frah2o
#169 Posted : 12 April 2019 08:00:36

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Final work and fitting with fuel filler

Final fitting and wheatering on tailpipe with add of weld line

I fitted the horn switch and i remade the new and correct roof flap

Finally i made the new central pillars.



























































Collection active: Lamborghini Countach 1/8; Porsche RS 1/8; Jaguar E-type, Ferrari 312T4 1/8; Ferrari F40Competizione 1/8; Subaru WRC 2003 1/8

Work in progress: Delta Martini WRC 1/8, Golf GTI 1/8

Completed model: Mp4/4 Mclaren 1:8
Kev the Modeller
#170 Posted : 14 April 2019 10:03:26

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Superb detailing Francesco, your model looks very realistic. You are a master of car modelling!

Very well done. Drool ThumpUp

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