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Corvette C5-R LM 2001

Kit / Model  

Corvette C5-R LM 2001

Manufacturer  

Revell

Item Code  

07354

Scale  

1/24

Description  

Is the latest work is a Corvette from Le Mans 2001.What drive the crew composed of Ron Fellows (CDN) / Johnny O'Connell (USA) / Scott Pruett (USA)
Completed the race in the 8th overall and won the GTS class.

Model - Revell
Colors - Zero-Paints-Corvette Le Mans
Lacquer - Vallejo - Permanent Acrylic VARNISH / spray /
P / E - Scale Motorsport

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Category  

Cars

Project status  

Finished

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by: rene bobrovsky (beaver63) on 2013-01-26 - 16:09

Thank you for your comment. A great source of information is here.http://corvetteracing.com/
Currently working on the Vette LM 2005th After I finished I post pics.

by: simon churton () on 2013-01-26 - 02:15

This was the third kit I ever made it looks amazing

by: Nicholas Hazelton (Nicholas.hazelton) on 2013-01-19 - 18:33

Hi Rene, I have build my Chevrolet Corvette C5.R-01 with Le Mans version 2001. I has made up conversion pieces like my C6.R-06. I still reseached my books and internet over Corvette C5.R race. You can't waiting my Corvette C5.R finished not yet.
You have see my Chevrolet Corvette C6.R -06 with my showroom. Cheerio!

by: rene bobrovsky (beaver63) on 2008-11-13 - 23:39

Thanks, Fabio.

by: Fabio Bonilla (SCORPIONFB) on 2008-11-13 - 12:52

Rene, usually Revell kits are not easy to build (has many parts and does not fit well), but you really did a great job with this kit. Congratulations.
Regards,
FABIO.

by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2008-11-08 - 21:01

Rene, OOB is "out of the box"

by: rene bobrovsky (beaver63) on 2008-11-08 - 16:52

This kit includes those from Revell.Excuse, but I do not know what it means to OOB?

by: Maurits van der Aa (Jim Hall) on 2008-11-06 - 10:11

It looks very good René,
nice looking LM vette.

I heard it is an terrible kit to built, am I correct.
Did you use some aftermarket stuff or did you built it OOB?

Greetz
Maurits

by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2008-11-02 - 12:31

Very nice!!