Since the Corvette debuted in 1953, it’s been a fixture at race tracks. Corvette racing art by Roger Warrick shows that history superbly well.
I am always wowed by those that take model displaying to an impressive extreme. I am beyond wowed by the Old Irish Racing Collection to say the least.
American teams & manufacturers have celebrated the USA on racecars for a long time. Here’s a few red, white & blue 1/43 models for your patriotic pleasure.
Rumors of Ferrari competing in Indycar brought up memories of the last time this happened. The Tron Ferrari 637 Indy is a faithful model in 1/43 scale.
The Sebring 12 Hour race is a classic race in the same way as LeMans. Both races have tons of history and both race tracks are quite old.
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.
We’re back with more fun models by Fine Work from Japan. These strangely stunted models are pretty good renditions of the race and street cars they portray.
Look around and you’ll find hobby tools in other places that present better solutions to your hobby needs. Better than a hobby shop or online hobby source.