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  • Mark F.
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    Thanks again. Yes, they are definitely Zylmex. (That's why I'm posting them here in the Zylmex database.)

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  • CarreraRSR
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    Mark F. - I found this photo of a black Zylmex Porsche 936 like the one in your post but with wheels like on the yellow one. You can also see the mold parting line running from rear to front like on the yellow one. So I believe that the rough yellow model is also a Zylmex whic may look like this other photo of a better yellow 936 I found while searching on Google. Your rough yellow version is an excellent candidate for a custom 936 project.

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  • Mark F.
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    Originally posted by CarreraRSR View Post
    Mark F. - These may be Zylmex models. The casting of a 1977 version Porsche 936 is decent and the worn yellow one begs to be a base model for a custom project. There are several decal sets for a 1977 Martini Porsche 936 available.
    Thanks. The yellow one is a thrift store find. It's the only one I've come across.

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  • CarreraRSR
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    Mark F. - These may be Zylmex models. The casting of a 1977 version Porsche 936 is decent and the worn yellow one begs to be a base model for a custom project. There are several decal sets for a 1977 Martini Porsche 936 available.

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  • Mark F.
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    D62 PORSCHE 936

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