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Post by TB2 »

I actually find that they look much better without the covers on. The covers just make for a "plastic" look while without the covers it really looks like some neat machinery. The look of those black alloys reminds me of those old fashioned cast iron machines. Really cool.

1989 TRD "Entreprise" Turbo Diesel
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Post by toddao »

The covers are made from Aluminium but if anyone wants a plastic look why not go for real plastic ones? :D



The top one's are full size for real cars! But to make the other ones fit your BX would have to be a Scalextric slot-car! Apparently the people who make these - Slot Italia - take their wheels very seriously
For non-abrasive tracks surfaces such as, Carrera, Scalextric Sport, Scalextric Classic, and SCX. Provides more consistent grip than Silicones on a dusty track.

this yellow writing is really hard to read

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Post by Kitch »

They're 106 GTi alloys for the record :lol:
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1983 16TRS (Sunrise red) - 1987 GTi 16v (Black) - 1989 16 Valve (Venetian red) - 1990 16 Valve (Venetian red)