Spark/Bizarre Miscues

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Stig
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Re: Spark/Bizarre Miscues

Postby Stig » Mon Nov 21, 2016 2:19 pm

Jager wrote:Spark are usually pretty good, but it appears they have a production fault and QC issue with the 1962 #32 Sunbeam Alpine that's been recently released. Mine arrived with cracks in the wheel rims of the two left side wheels and when I checked with the supplier he found that the 3 remaining models he had in stock had similar cracks (albeit not as severe).

Funnily enough the problem doesn't appear to have affected the sister #33 car from 1962, while I'm still waiting for my 1963 version to arrive to see if that has a similar problem.

Hopefully the matter can be resolved with a replacement set of wheels. However, if you're buying one of the Spark Sunbeam Alpines se I'd advise you to check it carefully.

Apart from this, wire wheels are one of Spark's biggest pending subjects. I miss a more fine wheels in these models.

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Re: Spark/Bizarre Miscues

Postby Jager » Tue Nov 22, 2016 9:40 am

Further to the problem above, Spark were very responsive and are sending a set of replacement wheels.
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