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williams FW13B renault

Kit / Model  

Williams FW13B Renault

Manufacturer  

Tamiya

Item Code  

20025

Scale  

1/20

Description  

hola a todos, este es el primer kit que intento detallar.

creo que comparado con los modelos anteriores que hice, no puedo quejarme del resultado final.

y lo importante es lo mucho que he aprendido mientras lo construia.

como no encontre buenas fotos de referencia, la imaginacion fue parte fundamental del modelo jejeje


siento mucho si las fotos no son muy buenas, hice lo que pude.

un saludo a todos.

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Formula one

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Comments for this showroom

by: Jose Antonio Solbes (jasolbes) on 2012-01-29 - 16:47

Hola Francisco, estupendo modelo y magnífico trabajo de detallado. Respecto al modelo real no hubo mucha información porque fue un modelo de preparación para lo que vino después, el campeón 14B. Te recomiendo "cablear" las bujías, no es mucho trabajo y le agrega mucha vista al modelo.

Estupendo trabajo, felicidades.

by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2008-03-19 - 17:30

Hola Francisco, excelente!. Me gustaría ver mas fotos por email privado y saber si tienes fotos durante la construcción para un artículo en nuestra revista.
Sigue asi!!!!!