20062-Cars-1/20 McLaren M23 Year 1976
[Revived the reversal drama at the Fuji Speedway in the rain in 1976 ] On October 24, 1976, James Hunt's car, which won the 3rd place in the rainy Japan GP and won the championship in a dramatic reversal. Is the McLaren M23. The McLaren M23, designed by McLaren team chief designer Gordon Copack, made its debut in 1973. It got off to a good start by winning third place in the Constructors' Championship this year. The following year, in the 1974 season, Emerson Fitty Paldi, who was appointed as the team's ace driver, took the championship and won the first place in the Constructors' Championship. The McLaren M23, which continued to fight the season and produced two champions in four years, is a masterpiece machine with a long history of F1.
[Model outline] ● 1/20 scale plastic model assembly kit. Overall length 210mm, overall width 107mm. ● Wedge shape nose, side radiator sharp form is reproduced as it is. ● Low induction with intake duct divided into left and right The box and cockpit fairing are removable. ● The DFV engine that reproduces the ignition code has plenty of mechanical appeal. ● The slide mark is made by high-quality cult graph company. No. 11 and 12 are set. ● At the time of completion Includes inlet marks and side skirt seats that enhance the texture of the car. ● The front and rear tires are made of textured solid rubber. ● The front wheels can be steered to the left and right.