About the Car
This large-scale model is a replica of the Porsche 934 Vaillant livery. From 1976 the Porsche Turbo RSR race car was commercially sold and used in the World Sportscar Championship races. Based on the 930 turbo, the 934 was used in the Group 4 GT races. It had a 2,993cc flat-6 turbo-charged engine with 485hp. Kremer Racing ran one of the cars in the 1976 German Racing Championship. Bob Wolleck was at the top of the Division 1 drivers’ standings driving this cobalt green car to three victories.
- 1/12 scale plastic assembly model kit. Length: 360mm (14.2 in), Width: 168mm (6.6 in)
- Slick rubber tires.
• Left and right doors and front and rear hoods are openable.
• Flat-6 turbo engine’s cables, cords, and piping details.
• Rack & pinion arrangement enables moveable front wheels linked with the steering wheel.
• Moveable front and rear suspension features coil spring dampers.
• Detailed interior with roll-cage.
• Photo-etched parts depict brake discs, catch pins, side radiator, and seatbelt.
• Cartograf decals.
About the Brand
Porsche, specializing in high-performance sport cars, SUVs, and sedans, is a German automobile manufacturer headquartered in Stuttgart. The company is owned by Volkswagen AG. The company was founded by Ferdinand Porsche along with Adolf Rosenberger and Anton Piech in 1931. They started out being a vehicle development and consulting company. One of its first assignments was from the German government to design the Volkswagen Beetle, a car for the people. Using many of the components from the Beetle, the Porsche 64 was developed in 1939. The Porsche logo is fashioned after the coat of arms of the Free People’s State of Wurttemberg Germany of 1918-1933.
About the manufacturer
Tamiya, founded by Yoshio Tamiya, is a Japanese manufacturer of plastic model kits and radio-controlled cars. Founded in 1946, they are located in Shizuoka, Japan. The company has the reputation among hobbyists of producing outstanding quality that is easy for even beginners to understand and build. They entered the RC market in 1976 with the Porsche 934 RSR.