Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Morgan Judd Le Mans 2012 #35 OAK The #24 car was first of the 2012 Le Mans entries to arrive from Spark with the others here were only a week or so behind. The new regulations at Le Mans meant that the bodywork directly above the tyre had to be open and in this area on the model the casting has to be extremely fine. The smaller aero details on the side air intakes look to be very thin cast parts too and there’s plenty of etch including the dorsal fin. The P2 entries were effectively re-badged Pescarolos so physically the three cars here look very similar and to add to the confusion the P1 #15 and the #24 cars share near identical Gulf liveries while the #35 machine wore the vivid pink and black that we’ve seen from OAK Racing before and this was the only one of the three that finished. The decal placement on all of them checks out well with photos and there’s plenty of carbon fibre in evidence.
Very well finished mass produced resin built models. Ever improving detailing now incorporating more use of photoetched details for added finesse and with excellent paint finishes. Made in China
Morgan Judd model by Spark
Heinemeier-Hansson, Leinders, Martin
#35, OAK Racing, Gulf, Marcassus Ecodime
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