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revell Porsche Panamera.....and Junior 108


lovegt40
01-01-2017, 11:28 AM
so nice to read revell makes the ...Junior 108 Porsche :jerking::jerking:
I love this little one, as well as heller ferguson is a must to have (imho..of course).
How cant you all love this little hard worker??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wg8TtuXvkug

:grinyes::grinyes::grinyes:
for street cars they are gonna make the Porsche Panamera 2 in 1/24.

cool items...

lovegt40
01-01-2017, 11:30 AM
as well as ...LOL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgtdsmFuk_4

Monster_20
01-02-2017, 10:24 PM
hey revell,
When I want to build a Porsche kit, I want a 911 turbo, gt3rs or gt4. I may want a Panamera to complete the collection. IMHO you may have picked the wrong Porsche to start but it is ok if you are going to do the other models.
Sincerely
Monster_20 :)

lovegt40
01-03-2017, 05:07 PM
935, k3, 961, 936, 930, 910,909,908,907, 991 rsr, yes definitely there are some more interesting models....

griffin-gt40
01-03-2017, 09:35 PM
hey revell,
When I want to build a Porsche kit, I want a 911 turbo, gt3rs or gt4. I may want a Panamera to complete the collection. IMHO you may have picked the wrong Porsche to start but it is ok if you are going to do the other models.
Sincerely
Monster_20 :)

I respectfully disagree, everyone expects a 911 or one of the 3000 variants of it out there. The Panamerica hasnt been done in 1/24/5 scale at all that I'm aware of. I for one am looking forward to this kit. I'd like to see a Cayenne as well. The other issue is not just picking a full size model to scale down for a plastic kit, its also licencing, and the cost of that licence back to the manufacturer. Havent seen any new Porches' lately that I can think of. Scale Auto was suppose to be putting out the new gen 911 GTLM car but I cant even find it on their website anymore.

Porsnatic
01-04-2017, 08:49 AM
I respectfully disagree, everyone expects a 911 or one of the 3000 variants of it out there. The Panamerica hasnt been done in 1/24/5 scale at all that I'm aware of. I for one am looking forward to this kit. I'd like to see a Cayenne as well. The other issue is not just picking a full size model to scale down for a plastic kit, its also licencing, and the cost of that licence back to the manufacturer. Havent seen any new Porches' lately that I can think of. Scale Auto was suppose to be putting out the new gen 911 GTLM car but I cant even find it on their website anymore.

Aaaaaaand...every Porsche has a story of it's own!...the 911 it's not the only Porsche!

lovegt40
01-04-2017, 11:40 AM
Aaaaaaaaniway...I will surely buy the junior ...

MPWR
01-04-2017, 06:32 PM
Aaaaaaand...every Porsche has a story of it's own!...the 911 it's not the only Porsche!

That's certainly true-

But not all of those stories are equal. Or interesting.

I would much rather the story of a 944 or 914 (or a farm tractor) than a Panamera or Cayenne.

(Fortunately, Hasegawa's 944 is excellent....)

Monster_20
01-07-2017, 05:33 PM
I agree that every Porsche has a story. I like to build Porsches like telling a story. I have a front engine story with 924/944/968/928. A long story with 911 from classic 911/73RS/930/Flatnose/959/964/993/996/997/GT3; I even custom made my own 94 Flatnose turbo and 996 facelift and dress up a welly 997 with wheels and custom interior color. But in the past few years, I am finding it very difficult to continue with the story. My mid-engine story with 986/987 probably has to stop there; my top ask is actually a GT4, not a 911 yet.

The other model with a interesting story and all the generations available in kit i can think of now is the Z.

Foxerjr
01-25-2017, 07:46 AM
That's certainly true-

But not all of those stories are equal. Or interesting.

I would much rather the story of a 944 or 914 (or a farm tractor) than a Panamera or Cayenne.

(Fortunately, Hasegawa's 944 is excellent....)


This is true, although having owned five 924/944's I may be prejudiced. I used them daily in western Massachusetts' snow country carrying 8 foot 2x4's and a 911 just won't do that. Plus, 911 don't handle as well! I've kitted all with 3 still in the works. The '87 944 is a Testors because of the body and was converted to a normally aspirated.

http://i219.photobucket.com/albums/cc105/Foxerjr/87%20Porsche%20944/87Porsche_engine_DSC_1332.jpg (http://s219.photobucket.com/user/Foxerjr/media/87%20Porsche%20944/87Porsche_engine_DSC_1332.jpg.html)

Don't want to steal this thread, but ALL Porsche's are to die for!

sprite46cfk
01-25-2017, 06:43 PM
Let's not ignore the 550 and 718 spiders. Lots of beautiful Carrera Panamericana versions to do!

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