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      I bought a static Airfix DB5 kit a while back in hopes to make a slot car. I brought it home and found the body warped and unbuildable. I brought it back for exchange. I waited two weeks for another kit. I opened it up at the store and it too was unbuildable. I got my money back.

      I saw another Airfix DB5 kit at another hobby store several weeks later. I paid for it and opened the box in the store. Another warped body. That’s three warped/unbuildable kits in a row.

      I have been eyeing this Scalex 2019 revival livery for quite a while. Everything in life is time sensitive, so I gave in. I’m not exactly sure what I’m going to do with it yet. But it looks better on my shelf than in the store. Plastic chassis slow sports car maybe?

      I like to paint bodies, and make chassis. How may I help you build your car?

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      Looks great Ken should make a nice racer.
      it’s a shame the air fix kits are so poor.

      Scaley should just release their tooling as a model kit and abandon the 60 year old air fix moulds.

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