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  1. Along with the full detail Alfa 155 I was building, I was working on a full carbon version at the same time. Not built as detailed as the first, as I didn't want to draw attention away from the carbon bodywork. I also modified the wheels to make them deeper to give a more aggressive look to it.
  2. Well here it is, about 18 month after I started it. One of my most detailed builds to date. Thanks to everyone that followed along with the WIP. I really enjoyed this build and tried to go all-out with it. I decided early on to display it with the bonnet off, and also to have the front wheels off so the suspension and brake details can be seen.
  3. Here’s the next one on the bench, Tamiya Repsol Honda RC211V with a few extras.
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