Brabham BT44, Tamiya 1/12 scale A "step by step" for newcomers
by Mario Covalski © 2003
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Among the articles I had in mind to write about, there was one that headed my list, and without any doubt, It was about the Brabham BT44. By the end of my youth, I saw this beautiful, simple and successful car, running in Buenos Aires, driven by Carlos Reutemann, one of the most expert F1 drivers of the last 30 years.
Besides, this model was the cover subject of Modeler Site in April 2000, but only with a gallery, so I was in debt not only with my remembrance but also with my model.
About the kit
Speaking about a well known kit, there's nothing new to say about, except that it's a great exponent of the 70s technology with incredible details and that I would like to have time (and skill) to develop a not expensive PE set with some parts I consider, would be interesting to replace.
Step by Step
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