Model: (Click to see more) 58578: Ford Zakspeed Turbo Capri Gr.5 Wurth
Status: New built
Date: 28-Feb-2014
Comments: 12
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I loved the look of this kit when it was launched although a Integrale comes first. I bought the Intregale kit instead as wanted another road version model. Luckily a painted shell came up on the bay and no longer needed the Intregrale kit. When a brand new built Capri model came up on another site needing the stickers to be fitted I had to have it. Spent 2hrs last night finishing off most of them (Nearly as painful as the Merc 190 DTM shell). The model is crying out for a cockpit and found a badly painted one in the garage. Then remembered I bought the painted Wild Willy driver on the bay the other day and managed to get it fitted.

Meeting up with John W and some of the Iconic RC boys tomorrow at Snetterton RC track which should be fun seeing them going round the track.

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Comments

SRB Bloke

28-Feb-2014

Well done Barry..... looks great... well Wurth the 120mins of cutting and sticking

MAD-BEE

28-Feb-2014

Cool!!!!!!!!!!!

JWeston

28-Feb-2014

Really looking forward to seeing the Capri's around Snetterton

zakspeed

28-Feb-2014

Yep like that.

JennyMo

28-Feb-2014

Stunning! And Willy's got another ride!

2qwik

1-Mar-2014

Awesome looking machine mate, well done!!

Meakz1973

1-Mar-2014

Looks like a lot if fun Barry . Of Course Steve likes it, it's a Capri and he's from Essex

IBIFTKH

1-Mar-2014

Great looking car, the Zakspeed Capri was an awesome beast. Glad Willy found a good home

Sad Sammy

1-Mar-2014

Got a soft spot me self for the Capris, nice example.

Faithful Life Models

1-Mar-2014

cool willy driver

Dirt-540

1-Mar-2014

Sweet!

RallyeBaz

1-Mar-2014

Thanks for the comments. Just got back from the Snetterton RC meet with John W & some Iconic RC/TC members. LOL @ Meakz1973. I always wanted a 2.8 Capri but never could afford the insurance. Ended up with a XR2 instead. Put the Capri shell on my Brushless TT-01 Drift set up chassis today which was interesting on a damp track. Managed to keep it in one piece. Phew


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