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1/12 Porsche 917LH Ver.B - 1970 Sarthe 24hours Le Mans #3 Psychedelic (Full Detail kit)

Manufactured by: Model Factory Hiro

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    Product Description
    This is a multi-media model kit that includes sharp resin-cast bodies, rubber tyres (wet tyres), and other white metal, resin &photo-etched parts, decals and easy-to-follow instructions in English.

    The first 1/12scale Prototype Racing Car kit from MFH debut!!

    - The 917, from the famous racing team has debuted in 1969. The development was done in just 10 months, and in order to get the homologation from FIA to race in Group 4, 25 closed body cars was manufactured and sold.
    In the 1969 24-hour endurance race held in Circuit de la Sarthe, the 917 had been modified to fit the long and straight circuit, the rear overhang was extended by 490mm, and the car was named 917LH. In next year (1970) race, the car was even more powerful with the 4,907cd engine and a rear wing was installed.

    - The 1/12 scale full detail kit is based on the '70 24-hour endurance race model, from the Martini Racing team with chassis number"917-043" and car number 3, and the chassis number "917-042" with the car number 25 from Works.

    - The designs and details which are different from formula machine all the best and most advanced technology in the '70, inlcuding the 4.9-litre engine, the cockpit and suspensions, etc. will be made of white metal, polyurethane, metal alloy, photo etch, plastic cords to form this multi-meterial kit.

    This kit is K438 Ver.B - 1970 Sarthe 24hours race #3 G.Larrousse / W.Kauhsen
    This version was driven by Gerard Larrousse and Willi Kauhsen tag from the Martini Racing Team. The colouring was so unique and was called "psychedelic". They finished the race at 2nd position and with the average speed of 189.24km/h.

    The other version is K437 Ver.A - 1970 Sarthe 24hours race #25 V.Elford / K.Ahrens jr.
    The white machine driven by the Vic Elford and Kurt Ahrens Jr. tag from the Salzburg Team. They made the best time 3' 19.8" in the practice, and the best speed in the first hour of the race, and ended this year's race in the 17th hour while it was running at the 4th position.


    • Manufactured by: Model Factory Hiro
    • SKU: MFH-K438
    • Package Weight: 2660g
    • 1 Units in Stock

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