The Porsche 956 was a Group C sports-prototype racing car designed by Norbert Singer and built by Porsche in 1982 for the FIA World Sportscar Championship. It was later upgraded to the 956B in 1984. The 956 would be officially replaced by the Porsche 962 in 1985, an evolution in the 956's design.
Nice car. Nice details but please, if you're going to comment on my creations, write something else than ''ravishingly beautiful!''. You write that on almost every MOCs you comment on. I mean, thanks for the comment but i think it's better when someone takes time to write something about the creation like, what they like of it, what they like a bit less on the creation, you know? Still thanks for commenting on my MOCs and nice cars. I favorited you. By the way if you want to answer my comment could you do it on one of my new MOCs? Otherwise i won't see what you said. Thanks.
Absolutely amazing work, Malte!!! Love every detail from the little stripe, to the roof scoop! Another nice job!!! Can't wait to see it in your Porsche museum!! Have you finished it yet? bet it'll look good.
very nice and the engine/interior is very impressive, but I feel you could of done better with the wheel arches as the appear to be to be too square and don't fit the wheel to well. Other than that, its very good :D
Yessss, you did it! You've finally built my favourite Porsche race car of all times! :-)) As always, the result is awesome, especially the Rothmans colour scheme with the racing stripes. The chassis/engine combination is great, just as the shaping of the of the body. My favourite detail(s) are the instruments in the cockpit. Great job! :-))
Everyone knows you master the technique, and so the body of the car shows. To say this car is just average work of you, is a bridge too far, though. :-). What I like is that you still evolve in your work, proof is that the incredible amount of beautiful detail under the hood is utterly (ravishingly?) excellent!
Amazing! The Rothmans livery was always one of my favorites, and you did an amazing job recreating this classic car. I'm always impressed by the little details that you include, like the needles on the tachometer and the tow hook on the front end.