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#1 Posted : 31 July 2019 16:41:28

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BigGrin Not really a new release, but a re-release, with the chance to win a driving experience in the real car!

https://en-gb.eaglemoss....st-club/nissan-r35-gt-r

Hope their Quality Control is better than for the DB5 Blushing

Wonder if the DeAg version will come out now?

https://forum.model-spac...aspx?g=posts&t=28689
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#2 Posted : 31 July 2019 19:11:00

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I had that email come through as well but decided to give it a miss :-)

Still not had anything in terms if the replacement DB5 parts.

Tony
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#3 Posted : 31 July 2019 19:46:52

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birdaj2 wrote:
Gray

I had that email come through as well but decided to give it a miss :-)

Still not had anything in terms if the replacement DB5 parts.

Tony



me too.It was released in USA, but I heard some nightmare stories about its last release with people waiting forever for backordered parts so I passed on it.

Carl

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#4 Posted : 31 July 2019 21:50:24

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darbyvet wrote:
birdaj2 wrote:
Gray

I had that email come through as well but decided to give it a miss :-)

Still not had anything in terms if the replacement DB5 parts.

Tony



me too.It was released in USA, but I heard some nightmare stories about its last release with people waiting forever for backordered parts so I passed on it.

Carl




That's so true Carl, by the time I got mine finished I had enough spare parts to build over half of another car!!

However the kit itself is very good and around 11kg in weight.

Al
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#5 Posted : 14 August 2019 07:23:07

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morning everyone,
does anyone know what metal is used in the die-cast frame, as I am considering ordering one & making it into a soft top either by cutting/using a plasma cutter or 3d printing. I have contacted eaglemoss & they suggest looking at the web page, which I have done to no avail. Any advice/help much appreciated.
thanks in advance
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#6 Posted : 14 August 2019 13:40:29

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There will be a very good chance if it's a dark grey in colour that it's called zamac a very hard metal that eats files ect when cleaning burrs off it.
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