I'm pretty sure this is Fisher's Sunoco/Penske/Donohue Porsche. 1:24th
Take one 1:24th Tamiya Sauber C9, add glue, shake box...
and it won't look anything like this awesome build.
The engine detailing is busy while being perfectly restrained,
and the light weathering looks great over the silver. 1:24th
Take Tamiya's Porsche, Scale Design's decals, add clean building skills,
and maybe you'll get the drivers to autograph your model also. 1:24th
The infamous "naked lady" Porsche from Le Mans, '99.
How the builder got the "candy" colored gold tinting on the wheels, I'll never know. 1:24
Has anyone else completed this Ricambi decal conversion? 1:24th
Dennis Koleber's incredible scratchbuilt MK IV.
How many of us remember this car? 1:24
Chris Etzel's kits in the hands of a skilled modeler can rival the best from any manufacturer.
The Tamiya RA272. 1:20
It was a good bet that this shark nose would take it's class. 1:20th
Another view of Phil Hill's Ferrari 156. 1:20
The detailing on this STP turbine car was just right. 1:20
And here's a Ferrari 643. All this one was missing was carbon fiber decals. 1:12
Another Tamiya Ferrari, but this time the 312T4 in 1:12.
An elegant display for a beautifully built kit.
The charge of the WRC brigade. All Tamiya, 1:24.
Several things are going on here. A Renaissance transkit replacing the Tamiya Subaru Impreza WRC's front end, wheels and decals. Super detailing of the interior and an almost flawless application of paint and body panel demarcation. 1:24
Once again a Remnaissance trankit is teamed with a Tamiya kit, this time the Ford Focus WRC. The transkit replaces the front and rear air dam assemblies, wheels and the decals. Look closely and you can see Carlos' gloves on the dash! Once again the demarcation lines between body panels is perfect. 1:24
A closer view of the detailing in the Impreza's interior. 1:24
Last modified: July 25, 2000