Model: (Click to see more) 58016: Sand Scorcher
Status: Project
Date: 23-Nov-2022
Comments: 11
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Every race driver has to start somewhere.

Max Moritz being no exception and had a Bug to start out with racing at weekends on a lowly budget before attracting the attention of major sponsors to upgrade to Porsche.

Not forgetting his roots though he lovingly restored his trusty old Bug  €˜Jager Bomb' to how you see it today and enjoys reliving the pre-fame glory days by taking it out for a weekend spin, and occasionally trip down to the shops for a newspaper and pint of milk.

Well, that's my story behind it anyway.

Street Scorcher #2 is sitting on the same TA02SW as used for #1. Bearings, Hobbywing 1080 ESC and Torque tuned motor.

Custom Sponsor Decals from MCI.

I've had a blast creating this one, with so many variations of the infamous Sand Scorcher it gets more challenging thinking of something original.

Many thanks for looking in, enjoy.

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Comments

Busdriver

23-Nov-2022

Epic!!!!!!!!

SHY69

23-Nov-2022

Badass!

paulh

23-Nov-2022

I love it!

Challenger-RT

23-Nov-2022

Wow that’s awesome!

mtbkym01

24-Nov-2022

Great result mate, looks awesome

24-Nov-2022

Both those motors are screaming out for inner wheel arch lining….then they Wynette perfect!

Re-Bugged

24-Nov-2022

Thanks for the kind words fellas

MAD-BEE

24-Nov-2022

Real sweet mate!

GoFast80

24-Nov-2022

Hard to say which I like more... Beautiful job.

J@mes

25-Nov-2022

Oooh wow the scorcher on TA02SW is cool, Tamiya is such a great playground for mashups. Your livery looks sublime!

Re-Bugged

26-Nov-2022

Thanks Gents, Scorcher’s seem to be be like kids & pets, you can never admit out loud which is a favourite.
It was mucking about the 934 Porsche chassis that got me thinking about this. Black or Silver gearbox cases would probably be better. Something for later maybe.


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