So folks might have noticed that some things have changed recently, mostly on the non-Forum section of F1M.
I've updated the software that runs that portion of the site. Its was going to need to happen at some point, and I will also need to do another update but I can wait on that. I removed some of the old content, things like the Hobby Shop list, updated other content, like the F1 Kit Database, and created a new feature, the Resources. F1M members can add or update information in these sections, its moderated so I'll need to give it a check before the changes appear.
We're back online for the most part.
Things will be a mess for a while.
The F1M Forums - forum.f1m.com - and F1M - www.f1m.com - are now completely seperate web sites. Logging into one will not log you into the other. If you cannot log into the F1M Forums, go to https://forum.f1m.com/app.php/user/forgot_password to change your password for that site only. Changing your password here will not affect your Forum account.
Also, I have disabled account creation on the F1M Forums for the moment while I work on bugs. I might update this article with more information as things change or I find other items that need to be communicated.
The F1M Forums are now located at: https://forum.f1m.com/
This should fix the issues we've been having. It has also been upgraded to the latest version.
I will post a bit more later.
The site will go offline tonight to make some changes that will improve the issues with the Forums.
Most likely late in the evening US Eastern time....
Can anyone please tell me if the 1/24 Italeri Porsche 956 kit's plastic was designed by them, or is it a re-box of someone else's molds? I know it's not the Tamiya kit, I have 3 of them, but would like to know both the source of the moldings, and if anyone has any experience with the kit and how it was to build.
Thanks very much, in advance.
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I woulkd like to buy 1/20 Hesketh 308E 1978 Olympus from Wolf kit. But Wolf not produce this kit now. It realesed in 2006 in 100pcs.
Maybe somebody plan to sell it or have some informations. I know, chance is wery small...
Help! I've dug out an old Tamiya 641/2 to build whilst locked down. The kit and the decals etc are all perfect but the tyres seem to have broken down, the rubber has gone all misshaped and hard.
Does anybody out there happen to know if there are tyres available as a grade up part or have a set they don't need? I've searched the web and can't find any anywhere.