Model: (Click to see more) 99964: SG
Status: New built
Date: 2-Jan-2010
Comments: 10
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Some time ago i get a nice projekt a SG-1 Standard from 1974. It was the first car SG produced in series. In the meanwhile i get all parts to made the car ready, inclused clutch, exhaust and engine mounts. With an other car i get this super painted ferrari 375 B body. It is an body from SG, the label is printed on the front wing. I do not found the body in any catalogs, but i think it must be an old one. I decide to take this body on the SG-1 chassis. Now i have the next problem, when i put an engine in, i must cut out this great body. I am not sure if i let the car without engine or if i cut out the body, any ideas?



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Comments

superchampjohn

2-Jan-2010

Please do not cut that beautiful Body. Use a brushless electric motor if you want to go fast.

Ascona1

2-Jan-2010

I will not run this car. but i like complete cars in the shelf.

mcovalsk

2-Jan-2010

This is a Ferrari 312T2 from 1976 body shape

Ascona1

2-Jan-2010

Woh, you are an expert in these cars !!

Road Burner

3-Jan-2010

I had the same conundrum with my less desired Ofna Ferrari. I would leave it without the engine!

bakaguyjean

3-Jan-2010

Delta Plastik still makes this body,you can order a spare from them. You post the most interesting cars on Tamiyaclub.Thank you!!

bakaguyjean

3-Jan-2010

Delta Plastik 1/8th Historic [Click here]

Ascona1

3-Jan-2010

I know delta plastic, but did not found this body on there site.

relwyn

3-Jan-2010

The noticable white air intake makes it a 312T2 body. I would not cut this beauty unless a spare is around.

Fernado Alonso

4-Jan-2010

Wow the number 2 car
Clay regazzoni .
F312T2.
Very nice Dont make any holes in the car please.
Cheers Alex


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