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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Ok,I was looking at my recently purchused opel(J.J. Lehto 96) & noticed something obout the model that seemed totally forgotin,,,,The shifter!!!!!!!! now was this a forgotin detail or is my model just missing it??? I cant see where it would of been attached so this is why I presume that it was never a part of the detail.

Can any1 help me shed light on this for myself???

Thanks in advance,

Johny
 
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I don't see it either. I thought it might have paddles behind the wheel, but there's nothing there... Pretty odd.
 
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So I'm guessing this is news to every 1 :confused It was funny because I was just admiring the mod, lloking at the pedels saying in my head "gas, brake clutch~gas, brake, cluche(I'll tell the trueth, I was saying it to my self to the tune of hot crossed buns!!! :shipwrecked :lol :tease )anywaY i JUST HAPPEN TO LOOK & IT HIT ME LIKE A BAT! :scared no shifter// then I started to look for the paddles! but none!

Are there paddles on the astra? If there isn't 9 times out of 10 there would be non in the Calibra :feedback
 
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I took a peek into my 1/43 version, and it does have a shifter in it...
 
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....my 1996 UT ITC Wurz Calibre does NOT have a shifter, my 1995 UT DTM Franchitti MB does and so does my 2000 Alzen Opel Astra.

what gives? :confused
 
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I have 4 Calibra´s and the new cars don´t have gear shifters but the old one does, as you can see in the next pictures.









I have no idea why?!?!?!?!?!?
 
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