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nice model overall – I see a few variants in the catalog. All of them have the same issue. The fenders don’t have continuous curvature noticeable at different angles and they’re missing the correct lip and shape. The RS pictured here is not a 72 its in fact a 73 RS. (US) maybe diff in other countries but as an icon known as a 73. sell for 1m + now on the market!.
Re the fender lips there is a bead missing on both front and rear that would be reflected in the light. the torsion spring cover is missing. Key b/c that denotes the diff between a short wheel base and long ( as pictured here) the early 911’s were short wheel base. the torsion hole is closer to the fender. this is a long wheel base. the continuity between the bottom of the door and the rocker panel is not continuous. The bumper corners are most definitely not flat in surface they are curved and rounded (molded in fiberglass) The tire sidewalls should be curved and not flat in surface. The wheels are unique to this year and model depicted. Fuchs were 7″ in the front and 8″ in the rear, appearing with more of a deep dish look as the offsets were different. – anyhow just constructive feedback. fan of your site and love classic pcars. good luck!