For Porsche lovers, especially the work of Akira Nakai RWB, it appears that the sightings of Tarmac works Porsche RWB can be seen with Martini livery. This livery had already been on the original RWB Porsche. And now it is applied in casting 64 scale Tarmac Works cars models.
The color is not white but grayscale looks pretty calm, so it’s nice to see. For the original version, RWB993 Rough Rhythm RSR was titled by RWB official and appeared at Osaka Auto Messe 2019 in February.
At first glance it seems that camouflage overfender style is not, still with a style that is identical to RWB when approached. The spoiler uses a model that has an air funnel that is intended for its aerodynamics. And it is very effective to increase the downforce in the rear sector.
The plan for the Porsche RWB993 Rough Rhythm RSR from Tarmac Works will be released in October, there will still be a time spent of 2 months to save before this item is completely released. What should you wait for what packaging will be like? Will it be like the RWB artos Porsche which is black? At that time the packaging was very cool and exclusive because of the plus gold-colored container.
You also need to know that it’s not just colored but until the shape is made exactly the same as the mini scale to the original version. Which is very prominent in the wheels and also on the spoilers that have airscoop. And don’t need to worry about using the iron for RWB 993 Rough Rhythm RSR Porsche.
How about your friend Diecast Lover’s not to miss this cool collection of Porsche RWB 993 Rough Rhythm RSR right? Give a reminder on your cellphone in October, and keep watching your subscription shop. Remember the release in October. This is a mandatory collection that you must have if you are a Porsche lover and the work of Akira Nakai RWB