Model: (Click to see more) 58061: Striker
Status: Runner
Date: 19-Nov-2021
Comments: 4
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With original parts in short and expensive supply, the decision was made to pursue the dream of a Super Striker.

Much of the development work can be found in the 'Development of the Super Striker' showroom entry, chronicling its various modifications. Some of these include: a double-wishbone suspension conversion using Team CRP and custom 3D-printed parts; new tires and wheels; CVA dampers; a front chassis brace; new wings for the front and rear; a semi-sealed differential with metal dog bone drive shafts; and custom-colour decals.

Accompanying it was a rebuild of a stock Striker, using spare parts accumulated over time. The contrast between the pair is 'striking!'

The result of several months' design and development work - a true rolling experiment - is the subject of this showroom entry.

1 The car today. 1 Its predecessor, from spare parts. An early incarnation. Testing with an Astute rear wing. The first front wing was a rear wing! Now with its own Astute-style rear wing. Pescarolo and Courage; Grastens and Striker... 'Shakey' Roop got some much-needed care! On its debut in the Racing by Post series. A colour change made it stand out more... ... as did new driver E. Grastens! 'Shakey' still drives the original Striker. New number and new decals. Compare and contrast. A visor was another new addition. 'Shakey' still does without a shield. The view overhead. They almost appear as different cars now... Another view of the Super Striker. More to come from these two!

If you liked those pictures, you should see these...
Development of the Super Striker


Mad Ax


That's awesome - looks like a Pike's Peak special! Top work



Very cool build, you may inspire others to focus on Striker builds due to your creative twist here!



Hmmm, 'Pike's Peak Striker'... I like that! Thanks for the kind words



Interesting coloraturas combination!! Great job!

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