Links
Getting accurate information and getting appropriate supplies are just two of the challenges in building fine, large scale models. These links may help ...
Prototype Information
Rolls-Royce
http://www.rroc.org        
US RR Owners Club … service drawings, handbooks, Flying Lady magazine (incl. technical articles)
http://www.rrec.co.uk        
UK RR Enthusiasts Club … original build documents by chassis number
http://www.rroc.org.au        
Australian owners club … useful technical articles
http://theghostclub.net
This site, created by Andre Blaize, is a terrific compendium of information on Rolls-Royce cars. It also has photos of Rolls-Royce scale models.
Ferrari
http://www.scaleautoworks.com        
A few prototype photos.

Coach Building
http://www.coachbuild.com/        
A terrific site focused on coach building. It includes details on all the 1930s coach builders.

U.S. Museums
http://www.blackhawkmuseum.com        
An outstanding museum containing numerous classic cars an hour east of San Francisco.
Includes a 1932 RR Phantom II bodied by Figoni & Falaschi, other Phantom IIs and a Bugatti 50T.
http://autocollections.com/        
Located at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas. Affiliated with the Blackhawk Museum.
Has an M-B 500K and a 540K, both special designs. Also a Phantom II Kellner Cabriolet.
http://www.petersen.org/        
In LA. Exhibits over 100 vehicles. However, the website offers no help as to the vehicles on display.
http://www.automuseum.org/exhibits
National Auto Museum, Reno, NV. Includes a 1936 M-B 500K
http://www.jwrautomuseum.com        
Located between Harrisburg and Wilkes-Barre, PA on I-81. An excellent collection of 1930s cars.

Pocher Information
http://www.pocher.net        
A very comprehensive site. Lots of information, including Pocher manuals.
http://www.scaleautoworks.com        
A complete list of Pocher kits (very useful), an overview of Pocher and the kits, Pocher builders gallery.
Also details and photographs for the Ferrari F40 Autograph Transkit.

Construction Guides
http://www.detailedmodelcars.com        
David Cox (with Marvin Meit) produced detailed guides for assembling and improving the Pocher kits
http://www.modelmotorcars.com        
This website, run by Marvin Meit and Jorge Ehrenwald, sells construction guides as well as parts.
http://www.scaleautoworks.com        
Useful construction advice.
http://www.eBay.com        
Paul Koo sells CDs of 'Supplemental Instructions' for several of the Pocher models on eBay. The CDs are full of detailed photos showing step-by-step assembly of the Pocher kit. Really useful.
http://www.tcn.net/~severn/pocher.html        
Realistic essays on building a Pocher Mercedes-Benz 500K and a Bugatti 50T
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Parts, Accessories & Transkits
http://www.modelmotorcars.com        
Provides the widest range of parts for Pocher Classic models; Alfa-Romeo, RR, M-B, Fiat, Bugatti. Beautiful stuff.
http://www.autographmodel.com        
Transkits for the F40, Testarossa and other models. The 1400 piece, F40 transkit is truly outstanding (but expensive).
http://tremonia.org/tremonia2.htm        
Parts and transkits for the Pocher Ferrari F40 and Porsche.
http://www.scaledetails.com        
A range of parts and transkits for many Pocher models.
http://www.psmescale.com        
Precision Scale Model Engineering has the best scratch builders' supplies catalog I know off. Very comprehensive. The site is currently shifting from catalog to web-based, so you may need to call for info.
http://www.gizmoszone.com
Hong Kong based maker of excellent miniature plastic gears
http://teausa.net
Offers a small selection of miniature plastic gear racks
http://www.hobbylinc.com        
My favorite site for ordering paint.
http://www.tichytraingroup.com
        
A train-oriented site, but they have a very good selection of rivets.
http://www.wholesaletrains.com        
A small, but useful selection of tools.        
http://www.specialshapes.com        
An excellent offering of special brass shapes, including thin wall (0.006") brass tube.
http://www.detailmaster.com        
Specialists in 1/24 & 1/25 models. However, their braided lines and tube fittings are ideal for the F40 and Testarossa.
http://www.nelsonhobby.com        
Focused on airplanes, but the miniature piano hinges are the best I've been able to find.
The new owner, John Desilets, will continue to carry the piano hinges.
http://www.smooth-on.com        
A great source for resin casting materials, technical data and casting advice.

Tools
http://www.micromark.com        
Small tool specialists. They complement PSME.
http://www.thesmallshop.com        
Makes an array of terrific photo-etch folding tools.

Model Builders
http://www.detailedmodelcars.com        
Terrific and creative work from David Cox.
http://www.modelmotorcars.com        
Not only a parts store, but Marvin Meit and Jorge Ehrenwald also produce some truly beautifully finished models.
Marvin' site has a very comprehensive gallery of model builders' photos that covers all the classic Pocher models
http://www.scaleautoworks.com        
Brady Ward is one of the premier large scale model builders.        
http://www.handbuiltmodelcars.com        
Click on the following link to see some superb work by Brian Yingling
www.handbuiltmodelcars.com/hand-built-model-cars-by-brian-yingling-l.html

http://www.modellers-workshop.com
Rick Shousha has been supplying kits and modeling for a long time. Although he's now focusing on ship models, his site hs some excellent pictures of Pocher models.