Christmas present ideas from the Total 911 team

Tamiya Porsche 993 GT2

The Total 911 advent calendar tells us that Christmas day is just six days away. If you’re still searching for that perfect Porsche gift, look no further than these two very different present ideas.

The first are these awesome self-assembly kits from model giants, Tamiya. Made of plastic, these 1/24 scale models feature every single detail, from the engine to the interior.

In order to get their famed accuracy, Tamiya is reported to have stripped a 911 road car to the bare shell in the Seventies, measuring all the components to ensure their models would be as exact as possible. The only problem was they couldn’t put it back together afterwards!

Tamiya Porsche 911 GT1

The Porsche 993 GT2 Evo (top) and the 1996 911 GT1 (above) are priced at £22. Also available is a 930 3.3-litre, 996 GT3, and the iconic Porsche 959. Kits starts from £19.99, available from all good model and hobby stores. For more information visit Tamiya’s UK or US websites.

Make sure you check out Tamiya’s radio-controlled Porsche 911 2.7 RSR too. This awesome kit is sure to be a big seller this Christmas time.

In order to get their famed accuracy, Tamiya is reported to have stripped a 911 road car to the bare shell in the Seventies, measuring all the components to ensure their models would be as exact as possible. The only problem was they couldn’t put it back together afterwards!

For those that want a bit more action though, why not try one of Everyman Racing’s supercar experience days? With packages priced from £49 to £800 there is truly an experience for everyone, especially with their range of Christmas offers.

Porsche 9997 GT3 on track

Young drivers are also catered for with Everyman Racing’s junior experiences, allowing your under-17 to experience the thrill of driving alongside a fully-qualified ARDS instructor.

Of course, if you can’t choose which incredible experience to get, Everyman Racing offer a gift vouchers in a range of different prices. For more information, head over to Everyman Racing now.

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