PLATZ BMW M6 GT3 2016 SPA 24 HOURS RACE WINNER 1/24 PN24001 full APPLYING THE DECALS TEST PART 2 FOR FULL REVIEW

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PLATZ BMW M6 GT3 2016 SPA 24 HOURS RACE WINNER 1/24 PN24001 APPLYING THE DECALS AND PAINTING AND MARKING on high details and High quality and excellent level of accuracy FOR FULL REVIEW sample kit For review

Here are some pictures of the progress of the coloring process and the progress of the review, in the full review
We will present further improvements as well as painting repairs to reach a higher quality level

FULL REVIEW will be post on the late 11/2020

Highly recommended

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PLATZ 1/24 PN24001 BMW M6 GT3 PART3 FULL Review A PARTS ASSEMBLING

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Step 3 Mounting the Kit In the images above you can see the assembly of the kit
The red arrows indicate the assembled parts and you can see that the kit is very high quality
Very detailed and easy to assemble kit very precise and compatible with the car 100 percent even in low light and strong You can still see all the parts whether it is the largest parts of the smaller parts clearly, here you can see that the kit is very invested, the kit invested a lot of thought and resources in planning Kit Very good, the quality of the plastic is very good. The packaging of the product is very high quality and here you will get a great value for your money

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PLATZ 1/24 BMW M6 GT3 2016 SPA 24 HOURS WINNER PN24001 FULL review PART 2 OF 4

Continue the review And focus In the rear and front bumper is the internal structure of the racing car and the body of the vehicle

Support parts of the vehicle structure that connects the chassis to the driver's cabin and other parts of the doors + Support parts on the rear of the vehicle structure slightly above the rear wheels

Picture of the top-down car doors of equal size, the plastic of the kit were very high-quality white color with a strong lighting combination and look very good and sharp and clear

Another angle From the bottom up  interior of the vehicle structure from the inside, this structure supports and connects between the chassis and the cab

The other side of the vehicle structure from the inside, this structure supports and connects between the vehicle chassis and the driver's cabin

The back of the vehicle structure from the inside, a structure that supports and connects between the chassis and the cab

The interior of the vehicle structure from the inside, this structure supports and connects between the chassis and the cab

The roof part of the structure from inside the skeleton that connects the cab to the vehicle base

Picture of the other part of the vehicle structure from inside the skeleton of the driver's compartment attached to the vehicle base

The car doors from the inside of the car structure in the driver's cabin match the size of the vehicle to the original color and size, and so they dress on the inner frame of the cab and ease of opening inside and out.

Support parts of the vehicle structure from the inside to the driver's chassis, these parts build the chassis of the driver's cabin and enable a stable and safe driving of these types of racing cars and adds a particularly strong protection to the structure of the vehicle that reaches speeds of 320 km and more

A central part of the support structure of the vehicle's internal structure, and other parts that are attached to the rear of the vehicle and the body of the vehicle and the air flow of the body of the vehicle, and parts to attach to the vehicle body near the doors



***Assembly The body of car you can see the photos from different angles ***

*The images are high quality and you can see everything*

This is a very special high-quality racing car, with very high quality plastic parts, in very high realistic detail and beautiful to the eye and also compatible with the subject of the kit, the quality of the kit from the smallest parts to the largest parts is one of the highest, this product was built in deep and very detailed design and invested a lot Resources and valuable time, so this kit reaches new heights of accuracy and quality detail
, The deep detail brings reality to the vehicle and breathes new life.

I would like to thank the manufacturer platz-hobby

of the kit who sent it to me for the purpose of this review and praises him for doing a very good hobby.

****Highly recommended****

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PLATZ 1/24 BMW M6 GT3 2016 SPA 24 HOURS WINNER PN24001 FULL review PART 1 OF 4

BMW M6 GT3 THE RACE CAR

The BMW M6 GT3 at Adelaide Parklands Circuit in the Australian GT Championship

Around the start of 2015, BMW Motorsport began developing a replacement for the successful BMW Z4 GT3 which already had been in action since 2010, where they selected the M6 as the base model. Throughout the year, the factory engineered the M6 to match FIA GT3specifications. Emphasis was placed on safety with BMW Motorsport producing an "FIA-approved safety cell in accordance with the very latest safety standards". Unlike the Z4 GT3, which used an engine derived from the BMW M3, the engine of the M6 GT3 was virtually unchanged from that of the production model of the M6 (and the BMW M5). The engine only faced some modifications for use in motorsport. In May 2015, at Dingolfing, BMW works driver Jörg Müller drove the M6 GT3 on its first roll-out to contribute a milestone to its development, and later the M6 GT3 was revealed near the end of the year.

The M6 GT3 showed its success on its debut year in 2016 when Rowe Racing clinched overall victory at the 2016 Spa 24 Hours with BMW works drivers Philipp Eng, Maxime Martin, and Alexander Sims at the wheel. The car also celebrated success in championships around the world, with wins in the VLN, Italian GT Championship, and Super GT Championship.


MORE ABOUT 24 Hours of Spa is an endurance racing event

The Total 24 Hours of Spa is an endurance racing event for cars held annually in Belgium since 1923 at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. It is currently sponsored by Total S.A..

History

Alfa Romeos after triple win in 1930

The Spa 24 Hours was conceived by Jules de Their and Henri Langlois Van Ophem just one year after the inaugural 24 Hours of Le Mans was run. It debuted in 1924 over a 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) circuit on public roads between the towns of Francorchamps, Malmedy and Stavelot, under the auspices of the Royal Automobile Club Belgium (RACB). The present 7.004 kilometres (4.352 mi) circuit was inaugurated in 1979.

The Spa 24 Hours was part of the European Touring Car Championship from 1966 to 1973, again in 1976 and from 1982 to 1988 (with the exception of 1987 when it was part of the inaugural World Touring Car Championship). The event also counted towards the World Sportscar Championship in 1953 and the World Endurance Championship in 1981. As on the Nürburgring, both a 24h and a 1000 km race is held at Spa, as the 1000 km Spa for sports car racing were introduced in 1966.

Cars entered have spanned from the Russian Moskvitch and models with sub-1 liter engines such as the NSU Prinz TT to the luxurious V8-powered Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3. Tuned by Mercedes-AMG, the 6834 cc and 420 hp (313 kW) so-called "Red pig" finished as high as second in 1971.

With the participation of Swiss Lilian Bryner on the victorious Ferrari 550 of the BMS Scuderia Italia team, the 2004 race marked the first time in history that a female driver was part of the winning team of a 24-hour endurance race in a Gran Turismo with more than 500 hp (370 kW).

The best manufacturer wins the Coupe du Roi (King's Cup), which is not necessarily the race winners. The cup is won by the manufacturer with the most points, accrued by cars that are made by the same manufacturer. For example, Australian car manufacturer Holden won the Coupe du Roi in 1986 despite their cars finishing the race in 18th, 22nd and 23rd positions outright.

Results on the 15km track

The original 15 km track layout

Year Car Pilots Distance Average Notes
1924 Bignan 2L France Henri Springuel
France Maurice Becquet
1925 Chenard-Walcker France André Lagache
France René Léonard
1926 Peugeot 174S France André Boillot
France Louis Rigal
1927 Excelsior France Robert Sénéchal
Belgium Nicolas Caerels
1928 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 S Russia Boris Ivanowski[NB 1]
Italy Attilio Marinoni
1929 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750SS France Robert Benoist
Italy Attilio Marinoni
1930 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750GS Italy Attilio Marinoni
Italy Pietro Ghersi
1931 Mercedes-Benz SSK Georgia (country) Dimitri Djordjadze[NB 2]
Italy Goffredo Zehender
1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300LM Italy Antonio Brivio
Italy Eugenio Siena
1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300LM Monaco Louis Chiron
Italy Luigi Chinetti
1934 Bugatti Type 44 France Jean Desvignes
France Norbert Mahé
Reduced to 10 hours[3]
1935 No race held
1936 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900A Italy Francesco Severi
France Raymond Sommer
1937 No race held
1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Italy Carlo Pintacuda
Italy Francesco Severi
1939
1947
No races held
1948 Aston Martin 2-Litre Sports United Kingdom St. John Horsfall
United Kingdom Leslie Johnson
1949 Ferrari 166MM United States Luigi Chinetti
France Jean Lucas

Results on the 14km track

The quicker 14 km track layout

Year Car Pilots Distance Average Notes
1950
1952
No races held
1953 Ferrari 375MM Pinin Italy Giuseppe Farina
United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn
World Sportscar Championship
1954
1963
No races held
1964 Mercedes-Benz 300SE Belgium Robert Crevits
Belgium Gustave Gosselin
3962,100 164,825
1965 BMW 1800 Ti/SA Belgium Pascal Ickx
Belgium Gérard Langlois van Ophem
3812,591 158,855
1966 BMW 2000ti Germany Hubert Hahne
Belgium Jacky Ickx
4048,368 168,681 European Touring Car Championship
1967 Porsche 911 Belgium Jean-Pierre Gaban
Belgium Noël Van Assche
4052,883 168,867 European Touring Car Championship
1968 Porsche 911 Germany Erwin Kremer
Germany Willi Kauhsen
Germany Helmut Kelleners
4004,827 166,867 European Touring Car Championship
1969 Porsche 911 France Guy Chasseuil
France Claude Ballot-Lena
4272,231 187,006 European Touring Car Championship
1970 BMW 2800CS Austria Günther Huber
Germany Helmut Kelleners
4252,407 177,183 European Touring Car Championship
1971 Ford Capri RS Germany Dieter Glemser
Spain Alex Soler-Roig
4385,100 182,690 European Touring Car Championship
1972 Ford Capri RS 2600 Germany Jochen Mass
Germany Hans-Joachim Stuck
4498,436 187,431 European Touring Car Championship
1973 BMW 3.0 CSL Netherlands Toine Hezemans
Austria Dieter Quester
4422,980 184,290 European Touring Car Championship
1974 BMW 3.0 CSi Belgium Jean Xhenceval
Belgium Alain Peltier
Belgium Pierre Dieudonné
4147,289 172,804 Trophée de l'Avenir
1975 BMW 3.0 CSi Belgium Pierre Dieudonné
Belgium Jean Xhenceval
Belgium Hughes de Fierlandt
4249,270 177,053 Trophée de l'Avenir
1976 BMW 3.0 CSL Belgium Jean-Marie Detrin
Luxembourg Nico Demuth
Belgium Charles Van Stalle
4087,904 170,329 European Touring Car Championship
1977 BMW 530i Belgium Eddy Joosen
France Jean-Claude Andruet
4083,835 170,159 Trophée de l'Avenir
1978 Ford Capri III 3.0S United Kingdom Gordon Spice
Belgium Teddy Pilette
4315,594 179,816 Trophée de l'Avenir

Results on 7km track

7km modern track

The current version of the Spa 24 Hours is an event under the Blancpain Endurance Series calendar, although it was previously run as part of the FIA GT Championship featuring GT1 and GT2 machinery, and by various touring car series. Currently, the cars run fall under the FIA GT3 and GT3 Cup classifications.

Year Car Pilots Distance Average Notes
1979 Ford Capri III 3.0S Belgium Jean-Michel Martin
Belgium Philippe Martin
3083,632 128,485 Trophée de l'Avenir
1980 Ford Capri III 3.0S Belgium Jean-Michel Martin
Belgium Philippe Martin
2952,318 123,013
1981 Mazda RX-7 Belgium Pierre Dieudonné
United Kingdom Tom Walkinshaw
3183,952 132,737 World Endurance Championship
Trophée de l'Avenir
1982 BMW 528i Germany Hans Heyer
Germany Armin Hahne
Belgium Eddy Joosen
3132,224 130,808 European Touring Car Championship
1983 BMW 635 CSi Belgium Thierry Tassin
Germany Hans Heyer
Germany Armin Hahne
3333,726 130,808 European Touring Car Championship
1984 Jaguar XJS Germany Hans Heyer
United Kingdom Tom Walkinshaw
United Kingdom Win Percy
3055,485 131,091 European Touring Car Championship
1985 BMW 635 CSi Italy Roberto Ravaglia
Switzerland Marc Surer
Austria Gerhard Berger
3470,000 144,344 European Touring Car Championship
1986 BMW 635 CSi Austria Dieter Quester
Germany Altfrid Heger
Belgium Thierry Tassin
3463,060 144,232 European Touring Car Championship
1987 BMW M3 Belgium Jean-Michel Martin
Belgium Didier Theys
Belgium Eric van de Poele
3338,140 139,908 World Touring Car Championship
1988 BMW M3 Germany Altfrid Heger
Austria Dieter Quester
Italy Roberto Ravaglia
3532,460 146,929 European Touring Car Championship
1989 Ford Sierra RS500 Italy Gianfranco Brancatelli
United Kingdom Win Percy
Germany Bernd Schneider
3338,140 139,130
1990 BMW M3 Evolution Germany Markus Oestreich
France Fabien Giroix
Venezuela Johnny Cecotto
3247,920 135,330
1991 Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R Sweden Anders Olofsson
Australia David Brabham
Japan Naoki Hattori
3587,980 149,456
1992 BMW M3 Evolution United Kingdom Steve Soper
Belgium Jean-Michel Martin
Germany Christian Danner
3560,220 148,947
1993 Porsche 911 RSR Germany Uwe Alzen
Brazil Christian Fittipaldi
France Jean-Pierre Jarier
2154,904 144,667 Race stopped after 15 hours due to the death of King Baudouin
1994 BMW 318is Italy Roberto Ravaglia
Belgium Thierry Tassin
Germany Alexander Burgstaller
3625,960 151,047
1995 BMW 320i Germany Joachim Winkelhock
United Kingdom Steve Soper
Netherlands Peter Kox
3612,532 150,531
1996 BMW 320i Germany Jörg Müller
Germany Alexander Burgstaller
Belgium Thierry Tassin
3507,821 145,956
1997 BMW 320i Belgium Didier de Radigues
Belgium Marc Duez
France Éric Hélary
3372,680 140,252
1998 BMW 318i France Alain Cudini
Belgium Marc Duez
Belgium Eric van de Poele
3344,807 139,344
1999 Peugeot 306 GTI Belgium Frédéric Bouvy
France Emmanuel Collard
France Anthony Beltoise
3428,427 142,588
2000 Peugeot 306 GTI France Didier Defourny
Belgium Frédéric Bouvy
Belgium Kurt Mollekens
3330,870 138,686 Last race for touring cars
2001 Chrysler Viper GTS-R Belgium Marc Duez
France Christophe Bouchut
France Jean-Philippe Belloc
3679,104 152,999 FIA GT Championship
2002 Chrysler Viper GTS-R France Christophe Bouchut
France Sébastien Bourdais
France David Terrien
Belgium Vincent Vosse
3654,059 152,019 FIA GT Championship
2003 Porsche 911 GT3-RS France Romain Dumas
France Stéphane Ortelli
Germany Marc Lieb
3327,613 138,557 FIA GT Championship
2004 Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello Italy Luca Cappellari
Italy Fabrizio Gollin
Switzerland Lilian Bryner
Switzerland Enzo Calderari
3888,144 161,974 FIA GT Championship
2005 Maserati MC12 Germany Michael Bartels
Germany Timo Scheider
Belgium Eric van de Poele
4000,896 166,638 FIA GT Championship
2006 Maserati MC12 Belgium Eric van de Poele
Germany Michael Bartels
Italy Andrea Bertolini
4092,961 171,034 FIA GT Championship
2007 Chevrolet Corvette C6.R Italy Fabrizio Gollin
Netherlands Mike Hezemans
Switzerland Jean-Denis Délétraz
Switzerland Marcel Fässler
3726,660 155,241 FIA GT Championship
2008 Maserati MC12 Germany Michael Bartels
Italy Andrea Bertolini
France Stéphane Sarrazin
Belgium Eric van de Poele
4041,885 168,096 FIA GT Championship
2009 Chevrolet Corvette C6.R Belgium Anthony Kumpen
Belgium Kurt Mollekens
Netherlands Mike Hezemans
Netherlands Jos Menten
3915.236 163.128 FIA GT Championship
2010 Porsche 997 GT3-RSR France Romain Dumas
Austria Martin Ragginger
Germany Jörg Bergmeister
Germany Wolf Henzler
3789.164 157.832 FIA GT2 European Cup
2011 Audi R8 LMS Germany Timo Scheider
Belgium Greg Franchi
Sweden Mattias Ekström
3817.180 158.898 Blancpain Endurance Series
2012 Audi R8 LMS ultra Italy Andrea Piccini
Germany René Rast
Germany Frank Stippler
3565.036 148,543 Blancpain Endurance Series
2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 Germany Bernd Schneider
Germany Maximilian Götz
Germany Maximilian Buhk
3950.256 164,594 Blancpain Endurance Series
2014 Audi R8 LMS ultra Germany René Rast
Germany Markus Winkelhock
Belgium Laurens Vanthoor
3691.108 153,732 Blancpain Endurance Series
Red flag (1 hour)
2015 BMW Z4 GT3 Netherlands Nick Catsburg
Germany Lucas Luhr
Finland Markus Palttala
3754.144 156.423 Blancpain Endurance Series
2016 BMW M6 GT3 Austria Philipp Eng
Belgium Maxime Martin
United Kingdom Alexander Sims
3719.403 154.975 Blancpain GT

*** BOX OF THE KIT ***

FULL BOX

SIDE BOX With general information about the car
And the advantages of the kit
Includes barcode
And a matching color list for the kit
And warning messages on sharp parts rather than paint the vehicle near the fire source

Picture of the prepared vehicle The model on the back of the cardboard with black inscription stands out the name of the product and a scale
And a manufacturer's logo

Picture of the prepared vehicle The model on the back of the cardboard on the other side with a black inscription stands out the name of the product and a scale
And a manufacturer's logo

The image of the model prepared in 3 images on the back of the package with a red warning window in several different languages

**The package is very hard and strong with a high quality graphic image and a very large font in red and gold colors, a very impressive advantage**


***assembly manual***

Detailed assembly instruction manual

***The model is very easy to assemble and very easy to understand***

Before assembly, please check that everything is in the box

sticker label page and where to paint and with what shade you need and on the exact location on the car 
very important tip Please buy quality colors for a realistic and natural finish


decals ON HD

The highest quality there is
See the colors in high definition
Natural and natural color with clear writing
On quality and convenient pages for viewing
The detail of the stickers is amazing
And it is also beautiful to the eye, perfectly matches the vehicle dimensions
Very impressive and adds life to the kit in the spirit of racing
Convenient and easy to paste

decal set 1of 2

Pictures from different sides

all on HD


***Parts of the big page***

 


decals

Parts of the page 2

decal set 2of 2

+ Pictures from different sides

full decal 2

 

back view

full decal 1

 


IN TOO THE KIT PARTS FROM Content box

E PARTS

Headlights on the front and back of the vehicle
Heads of headlights in the front of the vehicle
At the bottom
Of the front of the vehicle
Headlights Racing and Side mirrors

 

E1- E2 IS Side mirrors

Pictures from different sides
From front to back
Down and up
Width and length


C PARTS

Pipes and piping
A pair of exhausts to the right side and left side
Rear and front wheel bases
A main joystick on either side of the left and right sides
Suspension system for the front and rear of the vehicle
Main drive axis
The gas pedal panel and the brakes
Air intake bases for carburet in the front of the vehicle

Pictures from different sides
From front to back
Down and up

Which you can see easily and in a sharp and deep detail

Suspension system for the front of the vehicle

Suspension system for the rear of the vehicle

The crankshaft with a steering tube

Mirrors to the right and to the left

The crankshaft with a steering tube and A steering wheel in the cab ON HD

A steering wheel in the cab and 
Mirrors to the right and to the left

Valve/ Screw /and plugs all external

3 Suspension parts Side view

Rear and front wheel bases back view

A pair of exhausts to the right side and left side and Rear and front wheel bases

Valve/ Screw /and plugs all external Side view

External tubes

pair of exhausts

Rear wheel bases

Picture of most parts on the side with strong lighting
The parts look very clear and indeed comfortable to the eye and there is an advantage in the quality of the plastic and even see it, detail parts very well even at this angle

Two-sided steering wheel with sharp angles for further detail
The picture shows only one end of the axis
A large, clear medium light

Air intake bases for carburet in the front of the vehicle front view

The gas pedal panel and the brakes view from the Top

Pipes and piping
A pair of exhausts to the right side and left side
Rear and front wheel bases
A main crankshaft on either side of the left and right sides
Suspension system for the front and rear of the vehicle
Main drive axis
The gas pedal panel and the brakes
Air intake bases for carburet in the front of the vehicle

The gas pedal panel and the brakes view from the back

Air intake bases for carburet in the front of the vehicle back view

 

This is indeed a very impressive kit
Very easy to assemble
All parts of the kit are very detailed
The quality of the product is very high
The accuracy of the parts is very good
The plastic kit is very high quality in colors that match the real car
Highly invested and quality product

Racing cars are a very interesting subject

****Highly recommended****

I would like to thank PLATZ sent me sample kit for the review

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