I hope my main image has got your attention to click on this post.

What I really want to share is their version of the brake disc idea. The silver piece hanging on the axle is the brake disc. The side facing the rim has a tiny looking thing, this is the caliper. Facing the other side has a tab, which is fixed in place of the interior trim.

As you see below, the tab is fixed into the interior trim. So as you roll the car, the brake caliper is fixed in place. Oh and be careful with that rear tow hook, as I believe it is glued on.

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The rims have open spokes, and as result....well, it is hard to see the brake caliper, but it is there. Tarmac Works has paid close attention to details, and instead of just gluing a brake disc onto the side of the interior piece, this is another good way of adding details to the brake. (Sorry, the image below is blurry, but it is near impossible to get a good picture from my phone to focus on just the rim.)

Now onto the other pictures.

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Now let’s compare this with Johnny Lightning 1/64 Honda Civic EK9, just for reference.

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Side note for those that are unfamiliar with Tarmac Works Hobby 64 line:

There is a rattling sound coming from the inside of the box. This is normal. The sound is coming from the authenticity card, located between the outer box and the base of the car.

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Also, most of the Tarmac Works casting may not roll. This is normal. Surprisingly, this particular one rolls, not smoothly, but it rolls.

What do you guys think of this model? Comment below.