I'm basing that on the fact that the EXIF dates in the pictures I have are 2001.
She became the rust bucket, but she's now all shiny again
I dug the hull out this afternoon, which reminded me that the Acetal tyres on the wheels have suffered with age and split. I've spent a couple of hours trying to find a decent price for 85mm diameter acetal bar, or even better tube, but it's all at a silly price. I could 3D print new tyres, or just fit production rubber ones, but that seems a shame given everything else is original.
The kit I bought in 2006 has a bracket at the back of the motor but also four holes in the final drive housing around the aperture for the drive gear, to which you can bolt the Parvalux motors via an adaptor. This one used the same system as the earliest Tigers, with two brackets on the motor which bolt to the floor and there are no holes in the final drive. Any, all very Antiques Roadshow