I came upon this Twitter feed while doing reference research for a model car project. What I found was easily the greatest racing car archive of all time.
Still more model car display techniques that explore larger displays, how to obtain them within budget and then mix model cars into the big picture of life.
One day you look at your beloved collection and realize it’s a mess! It’s time to use effective model car display techniques that organize the whole thing.
The new Replicarz 1/43 Domino’s Indy winner is a winner of a model. The 23rd release in the series of 1/43 scale Indy cars sets a new high in presentation.
First impressions can often be wrong. Or not. That was the case when I opened the box containing the MA Scale Target Dallara DW12 kit.
Until recently, Indy car models in 1/43 were slim. Replicarz keeps expanding the built-up selection and MA Scale seeks to create kits of every Indy winner.
Ready-built models in 1/43 these days are amazing. Build-quality is reliably terrific. But I still love building 1/43 model cars from kits. It’s satisfying.
The Replicarz Fittipaldi Penske PC18 that won the Indy 500 in 1989 is terrific. Replicarz continues the revival of Indy car models with this latest release.
Take a trip through the motorsport art by Steve Petrosky and you quickly realize he loves American racing. IMSA seems to be a particular love of his.
There are a few car events that are on most fans’ “must go” list. A relatively recent addition to the list is the Goodwood Festival of Speed and/or the Goodwood Revival.