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Old 05-26-2015, 02:30 PM   #31
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

Looking good! It might still make sense to cast yours if the Beemax one is going to be less detailed.
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Old 05-26-2015, 07:50 PM   #32
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Hello guys!
This summer was not productive for modeling.
But I had long ago begun to M3 body. And I'm almost done with the body work.
It was used a set of Studio 27, a set of Fujimi , and a set of Renaissance.
I tried to use the best parts of those sets. Thus, the body of Fujmi was completely cut and pasted together again. The rear part is used from the Renaissance. The front bumper of the Studio 27 with the changes.
I plan to have a full chassis and engine. To do this, I will use part of the BMW M6 and BMW Z3 from Tamiya.
And I'm planning that it will set the resin in two versions, for rallying and circuit races







very good Roman ..
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Old 05-27-2015, 06:19 AM   #33
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

The body looks very good.

I'm working on the rollcage and the Cockpit of my M3 at the moment.
Body decaling will Start next week.

The engine is from a Tamiya BMW 635 Group A.

http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbul....php?t=1138928

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Old 05-27-2015, 03:37 PM   #34
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

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After a long break returned to the M3.
News from Beemax certainly a little upset. Now it is does not sense make to do a set of casting resin. But in any case, I'll finish the model.
* I started to do the engine.



Well if the Beemax M3 is curbside, I 'd still buy a full detail resin M3 from you, provided of course that the body was corrected as per previous comments.
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Old 05-28-2015, 04:45 AM   #35
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

Good Job, I hope you keep working on the M3
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very good Roman
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Old 09-10-2015, 09:32 AM   #37
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

Hi guys.
I did not come for a long time. The restoration of my E12 takes a lot of time.







But I am a bit work to the M3. A little work with the engine.











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Old 09-10-2015, 03:22 PM   #38
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

Hello Romik,

as usual your work is beautiful!

Never thougth of casting your E12 in scale 1/24?
I'm looking for such a 1/24 model.

Or do you know who has?

Very nice M3.

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Old 09-11-2015, 03:33 AM   #39
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

Was thinking exactly the same about e21....
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

Roman as usual your work is beautiful!

I keep hoping you decide to do a kit for sale
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

Hi guys.
When I learned about the production of the Beemax M3 I put my model away in a box.
And finally, I am holding a long-awaited package.
Of course as I expected engine is no in model . Therefore, part of my work is not in vain.
I do not really like the new chassis model. In any case, the front wheels can not by rotating .










Since my BMW on a large scale is finished construction , I can devote more time to the models at 1:24



First, I compared my parts and pieces Beemax











I do not know about plans for the production of other Beemax M3 versions.
Location of parts on the casting tree, I think that involves the production of a different version.
Therefore, I plan to start minimum rework. I plan to adapt my engine for Beemax chassis.
Perhaps the next step will be to prepare my chassis to get a version of the rally.





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Re: Bmw m3 e30

great to see you are back on this one.
Looks really great.
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Re: Bmw m3 e30

I am going to make the Arild Martinsen Bmw M3 turbo 4x4 of rallycross.I start to make the IMSA turbo engine,it was770HP.
Base is the Tamiya BMW320 gr5 engine,and the rest,is made in solidworks and 3D printed,like the valve covers,the inlet manifould,the air filter,the exhaust etc..


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Re: Bmw m3 e30

Very happy to see you working again on this model.

Any option you decide for sure will increase the quality of the Beemax kit!

I'll be waiting for your M3 E30 Products
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Old 01-04-2017, 10:00 AM   #45
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Excellent Roman..you should cast the engine now..you will be alone on this terrain and from this forum you will have no less than 20 already sold..think about!
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