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Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:41 am

Thru the years i've been collecting orange cars, mainly with Jagermeister livery. I also got some white kits that i painted, with different results :lol: . And when i get a car that is allready orange i can't help my self, must put decals on it.
I thought i present them here to You.
First out is a BMW M1 and a VW Porsche 935 by Scalextric/Exin and a VW Porsche 935 by Fleischman.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:45 am

Next up we have some VW Porsche 956 and 962, the 2 bottom right i've painted myself.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby Czar » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:28 am

Pretty impressive collection. Easy to see these cars as they go around the track. Do you also enjoy drinking Jagermeister? I am afraid the flavor (for me) is not very pleasant.
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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 7:48 am

Czar wrote:Pretty impressive collection. Easy to see these cars as they go around the track. Do you also enjoy drinking Jagermeister? I am afraid the flavor (for me) is not very pleasant.

Well, this is just the start. Got some +60 cars i guess. About drinking this stuff, i used to enjoy it but due to health issues i'm not able to drink it so much.
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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:30 am

3 cars by Fly Racing, these are the versions with separate motorpod and suspension. Really good racers.
Alfa Romeo 156 DTM, ''Fiat'' F40 and BMW M1.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:37 am

Another Fly Racing, VW Porsche and 2 Ninco VW Porsche.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:44 am

Last one for today. DTM classic cars. Front row top to bottom; Alfa Romeo by Slot It, Alfa Romeo by Fly Racing and Alfa Romeo by Ninco. 2nd row top to bottom; Opel V8 by Scalextric, Alfa Romeo by Pro Slot and Alfa Romeo Ninco body on a Slot It HRS chassis.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby waaytoomuchintothis » Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:51 am

1. Yes, you are obsessed with orange (in a good way)
2. Wasn't that Opel V-8 a nice surprise, straight from the box? I have a different livery but I pullit out to run all the time, it seems.
3. For me, Jagermeister is best as a shot, immediately after swallowing beer, then a second swig of beer to chase it. The flavors combine very nicely, and oh, by the way, three or four of these triple combos will require you to give someone else your keys.
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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 12:20 pm

waaytoomuchintothis wrote:1. Yes, you are obsessed with orange (in a good way)
2. Wasn't that Opel V-8 a nice surprise, straight from the box? I have a different livery but I pullit out to run all the time, it seems.
3. For me, Jagermeister is best as a shot, immediately after swallowing beer, then a second swig of beer to chase it. The flavors combine very nicely, and oh, by the way, three or four of these triple combos will require you to give someone else your keys.


1. Big time, can't argue with that.
2. That is a relivery, don't remember what it looked like before :think:
3. I'll second that back in the days, not so much any moore. Ocasionally one or two mixed with Red Bull, lots of ice.
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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby Broman62 » Fri Jan 05, 2018 7:55 pm

Agreed...quite impressive!!!
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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:18 pm

Entering the zone of really good racecars, NSR. VW Porsche 997.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:23 pm

Another 997, white kit painted and decaled. Lowered the rear wing a little bit.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:28 pm

Corvette C6R white kit. Lowe racing this one, runs very good. Sorry for my poor skills of photographing.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:40 pm

DKW R18 LMP, fantasy livery. Had to buy this of a friend after i brooke it :angry-tappingfoot: , i mean i really killed it :text-bravo: .
Had to replace the body.

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Re: Me vs Jagermeister

Postby indidragracer » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:44 pm

917 built for a lokal 12 hour race. Survived that race and another 12 hour race.

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