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  1. Project Start: 2023 Chassis - TRF419 / XV02 Body - L&L Models / TeamC Bmw e30 Electrics - LRP / SpeedPassion Paint - TBD Tamiya PS Ambitions - DIY livery / Decals - Functioning driving lights with brake. - Replicate RWD by running only rear belt / rear Diff / rear drive cups - Rear e brake? - Cockpit with cage, full spare wheel/tire textile harnesses As the title and name suggests a JTCC / Macau / Hill climb inspired Bmw M3 e30 build. I love doing less common liveries or bodysets so I’m thinking of doing the SOK livery from the JTCC racing series, alternatively a Motul / Rothmans rally livery. I have had the bodyset since 2020, it comes with a nicely 3D printed front grill, M3 Evo rear wing and wing mirrors. A thread start and a few reference images as inspiration to ignite the fire and create some ownership to the project. Option 1 Option 2
  2. I bought this from a Japanese seller 20 years ago. The body set is a first gen Schnitzer M3 but the decals and exact livery are a mystery. I'm guessing it's 80s or 90s Japanese Group N or JTCC. Are the decals custom or created by a company? What does the real car look like? My english Google search didn't provide much. Maybe a Japanese language search can help. If it's not based off of a real racing car, then I'd feel better using it as a running body. Thanks for any help.
  3. Hi Guys, here i´m back ....i´ve posted my project a few month ago on my Tamiyaclub-Showroom ... till i got the following Mail .... Unfortunately, your recent entry to Tamiyaclub.com has been removed by a moderator who, after careful consideration has decided it was in breach of the club rules. Your subscription fee allows you to use this area of the site but with the restriction all entries must comply to the rules you agreed to when signing up for the club. In this instance your entry... - Realistic Cockpit - Display Chassis - Part III - Please use the forums for updates to these CAD drawings, not the showrooms Thanks Sorry for that ... i really wouldn´t anger anyone neither brake any rules....i just wanted to share my interresting project with other TC-Members. But after a time of beiing offended i´m back here to keep you all guys up to date......and now on the FORUM. Waiting for your appreciated comments. Many thanks to all. RCFUZZY BMW M3 - Realistic Cockpit - Display Chassis - Part I This is my Prototype of a Realistic Cockpit for my BMW M3 Schnitzer. It was always a wish to build this, if i had time space It will be for my Display-Chassis (Shelf-Queen). to be continued .......but only if you are interrested
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