Post by hazmod16 on Oct 24, 2014 9:31:45 GMT -5
I brought my SRC 1/43 Scale, Mercedes W196/54 kit from existence Trader of SRC in Bolton Avro, Model Expo 1999 show in Bolton GB. I left it on two decade and I give up it on now. I left my metallic Silver aerosol in my store on three decades and working spray it. I was purchased it about £29.00 to £30.00 from Scale Racing Cars agent
SRC, 1/43 Scale, Mercedes W196/54 kit with engine detail, cockpit and tanks with lift off the body work
I was wipe off and files down all body work and chassis and I sprayed all bodies with primer grey and red primer on overnight and I was sprayed it as went to wrong not right spray with splashed it. and I was repaired it after spray defects. I was re sprayed my second metallic silver for it , no problem
I left it on 1 week and I ready assembled engine, cockpit, and tanks with chassis
Easily job, I built my Mercedes W196/54 on few days, without carbon fibres decal, LOL!
I have my problem with weight with bent wheel and I made support block under this car, because All white metal tanks pieces was heavy. I have fixed it
SRC Owner was ceased his trader with Scale Racing Cars on 2005's and passed to SMTS model cars in United Kingdom, and no more selling model kits on further, and factory hand built models with Mercedes W196/54 with expensive prices
Car modellers were not happy with hand built models SRC from factory STMS , and STMS has let car modellers down
Professional car modellers has skilled built and made model car kits on legend
Ref = Alwaysindy's article about "When does an open wheel car has fenders???", Mercedes W196/54 chassis used closed body and open wheels on 1954.
I'm felt built my Mercedes W196/54 and nice metallic silver coat with body work.
Juan Manuel Fangio was drove his Mercedes W196/54 at Swiss Grand Prix 1954, and victory to Grand Prix
Waiting, Second Mercedes driver will be champion on since 1954 on this year. First constructor championship with Mercedes on this year. Waiting 60 years on yet