We are so excited about our model that we would like you to understand how they are made. In order to attain the highest level of quality, the constructors spent many hours studying the documents provided to them by Porsche, particularly the photos, the original 3D files, and the technical documents.
The first step in creating the models was to create "master" versions of the different cars.
Original 3D Files:
Adapted 3D Files:
Masters of the new 911 GT3:
A master is a scale model (1 :6) used to make the molds for the car. A master is created for each component of the car, for example, the headlights, exhausts, wings and even wheels, rims, brake disks, and calipers. Once the molds are created from the 3D files, the molds permit the constructors to produce the final versions of the different parts of the model. After molding in resin or Zamac is completed, the different pieces are sanded, painted, chromed and mounted by hand on the models.
Manufacture of the molds to the first test of painting on the body:
Casting of silicone:
The final mold of the body:
The finished molds of the body:
The first painting:
After these steps have been completed, the constructors still have to do the finishing work that defines the quality of the replica, including attaching the car to a base, attaching the numbered metal plaque, adding a plexiglas cover and finally packaging the car. The car is then ready for delivery to its lucky owner, along with its signed certificate of authenticity which includes its serial number.