LANCIA DELTA (HF Integrale) 1990 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 58° RALLYE MONTE CARLO, THE KIT CONTAINS THE DECALS FOR THE DRIVERS T.SIVIERO, AND M.BIASION (3rd CLASSIFIED) CAR N°1 AND TO CREATE THE CAR N°7 FIRST CLASSIFIED WITH THE DRIVERS B.OCCELLI AND D.AURIOL
The 1994 season saw the unfolding of one of the most dramatic Formula 1 world championships; Michael Schumacher became the first German F1 champion only in the last race, thanks to the withdrawal of both aspirants to the title, winning deservedly but narrowly; detailed wheel suspension faithful reproduction of the front and rear wings authentic decals for the two drivers Schumacher/Verstappen. Model information: - 1:24 scale - 77 parts - 18.2 cm long.
Aoshima 1:24 scale kit, great kit, super detailed, hood that can be opened including engine, movable folding headlights and doors can be opened or closed. Model kit, Not suitable for people of; under 14 - Paint and glue not included.
LANCIA STRATOS HF The Lancia Stratos HF is unquestionably a reference icon of Italian automotive production of the 70s. The Lancia coupé was only produced for a short period of time but became famous for its attractive shape, its innovative design, the technological solutions adopted and, above all, for the sporting successes achieved. In fact, for three consecutive years, from 1974 to 1976, the Lancia Stratos won the world rally championship in group 4 and numerous Italian and European titles. From a mechanical point of view it was characterized by the 2,418 cc 6-cylinder V engine and rear-wheel drive. Its harmonious shapes still constitute an element of attraction and admiration for car history enthusiasts. ITALERI 1/24.
The Transit is a series of light commercial vehicles produced by Ford/Germany and Ford/Great Britain since 1953 for the European market. The front engine made it possible to have a more loading surface; low for easy loading. But the first real Transit was the one produced jointly in 1965 between the two Fords expressly at the behest of Henry Ford who then gave life to what Ford Europe today is what is called the Mk. I. In 1978 it underwent a further restyling which gave life to the Mk II. In 1984 an aesthetic restyling was done to the front grille and to the engine. The engine, a Diesel York of 2498 cm3, delivered 68 horsepower. These vehicles have been a commercial success not only in Europe so much that, with various restylings; still in production also for non-European markets.