no. its just that there are two colours of tape there. an inner strip of tape is light silver and the outer edge is a darker colour. check the other side of the car.trinidefender wrote:I still can't tell properly. Are my eyes deceiving me or am I seeing a vertical lip running along the mid to rear portion of the floor edge. Can anybody conform or deny this?
Hi!DisgruntledMarussian wrote:Ive noticed that there auction lots for Marussia have gone "live" now in preparation for the live auction next week at this website.
In lot 417 there are quite a few detailed and interesting pictures of the model now the spine has been stripped away that you may find of interest. Im not sure how to post links to photos, but here's a link to the lot.
http://auctionhq.net/view-auctions/cata ... 3Fpage%3D5
I'm signed up and watching now, a lot of it is going for silly money though, Lot 2, front wing and nose assembly went for £15k! The first half of the auction is mainly stuff for the bobble-hatters though, workshop items are mainly going in the second half.jericho wrote:Is anyone here going to bid on something??
Should be fun to have a piece of the Marussia F1 car, or even team gear!
Where are they? : )DisgruntledMarussian wrote: *EDIT I figured out how to post pictures with a little research, notice the the Y ducting from the roll hoop for the rhombus shaped heat exchangers.
Lot 9 and 10, yes I saw that, madness. I was going to bid on those two for use on a car I'm building thinking that incomplete unpainted wings would fetch less.... I think people started to panic bid thinking they wouldn't get one.turbof1 wrote:The logic is also absent there. Front wings without upper flaps got sold for a higher price then the one from the same year with upper flaps. Simply insane.