Thanks George Dahr!!!!

I know it’s not 1/32(in a plastic kit it’s the smallest they make) but it was a gift that just arrived from my dear friend George Dahr who thought I should slot it. I think.

So the question is…”To Slot or Not to Slot”? It will still work on my large 1/32 track.

I plan to build as the same scheme is in “The Prisoner” since it’s the right year and model. This is one of the cars that got away from me and I never owned one.

I tried to buy one when I got out of high school in 1970 but my mother prevented me and instead bought me a 1967 BRG Spitefire.

4 Responses to “Thanks George Dahr!!!!”

  1. December 20, 2018 at 1:14 pm

    Lovely little kit, and the first car model I ever completed after 35+ years of modelling!

  2. December 20, 2018 at 1:22 pm

    I also built mine as KAR 120C, the Prisoner’s car. Not much was added, white piping around the canvas roof cover, changed the tail light pattern to horizontal (the kits is vertical) and made the front registration (license) plate using white post war RAF letters on a clear piece of plasticard attached to the grille. The original had individually stamped out sheet metal letters attached directly to the grille. I never got round to adding the wire mesh headlight guards though, so technically I never really finished”

  3. 4 evil_genius_180
    December 20, 2018 at 2:25 pm

    Slot it! It’s going to look sweet on that track. 🙂

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