This was my first entry to the "Build the porsche of your dreams" competition.
Sadly I didn't make it to the end... because Digital Model...
About this creation
This is a 1/10 scale model of the car that set the Nürburgring Nordschleife lap record of 6:11.13 (still unbeaten) in 1983 by Stefan Bellof.
My model features, just like the real car:
-Flat 6 engine -Working 5+R Gearbox with linkage arm system
-Working Clutch operated with pedal in the interior
-4 wheel independent suspension
-Steering from steering wheel
-Doors open like real system
-Detailed bodywork, engine, radiators, brakes ventilation tubes,dashboard...
What do you think of it?
Please comment and rate. Thanks.
Make sure you see my other entry: Porsche 918 Spyder
Quoting omar dib
dude your mocs are awesome! sorry i forgot to show you the radial engine, send me your email i send you pics, thanks for support me into my creations! this one is just AWESOME, nice porsche!
Thank you very much. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org it is written on my MOCpage as well.
Thanks to all of you for the comments. I see that you'd like to have instructions for the Porsche 956. This model has around 1400 parts and the cost would be €300+ in parts because many of them are rare (the colors) and many other doesn't exist in the colors I used. I will make instructions only after building it with real pieces (and I don't have the pieces) and after correcting some eventual errors on some mechanisms. I'm making instructions for the Smart Fortwo though and I'm thinking about if I should make them free or paid. I'd use the money to buy more parts for more MOC's and for this Porsche 956, because even I would love to have one. So my question is, would you pay for instructions?