MFH 1/12 Bausatz Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbo (1981): New release (07-2018) from the Japanese company MODEL FACTORY HIRO. Multimedia kit with superior quality: perfectly produced white metal parts, photo etched parts, Decals, turned and milled parts, cast resin castings and many other components. Detailed engine, graphical instructions in English / Japanese. Kit complete "Made in Japan" - no China-product!
About the Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbo: Content
In 1974, Abarth worked together with Pininfarina to develop the SE030, which managed to take 2nd place at Tour d’Italia. Taking feedback from the race regarding engine test and body design in relation to the sportscar market, Fiat announced the car as the Beta Montecarlo under the Lancia brand at the 1975 Geneva Motor Show. At this point in time Lancia merged with Fiat’s racing team, and based on Fiat’s decision the team would develop their new racecar using the Beta Montecarlo instead of the Stratos. Keeping the center monocoque intact, front and rear tubular frame were added in addition to an Abarth turbo charger. The whole package completed the Group 5 machine that was the Beta Montecarlo Turbo. The Beta Montecarlo Turbo made its first race debut in 1979, and would join the World Sportscar Championships fully in the following year. It won the World Championship for Makes in 1980 and 1981 for the Under 2000cc class. Outside of the World Sportscar Championships it also joined Giro d’Italia, and while it was disqualified due to regulation violations in 1979 (despite winning first and second place otherwise) it managed a one-two finish in the following year. As endurance race regulations changed to Group C in 1982, the Beta Montecarlo Turbo no longer saw any action on the road. However the monocoque and body design would be carried over to the Group B machine – the Rally 037..
About the Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbo:
· Super-detailed multi-media kit, incredible engine detail
· Hundreds of high-precision white metal parts
· soft rubber tires
· Hundreds of photo-etched parts
· cast white metal parts for the wheels· Instructions in color (computer graphic, very clear)
· turned aluminium-parts for center locknut, shafts and front light reflectors
· front cover and rear cowl of car is designed to be openable, allowing full view of the detailed engine after completion· pre printed manufacturer logos on the soft rubber tires
K667 Ver. A: 1979 Giro d’Italia #576 G. Villeneuve / W. Röhrl / C. Geistdörfer
Based on car no. 576 that G. Villeneuve and W. Rohrl raced at Giro d’Italia in 1979. Features a short body/rear frame not found in later version of the car. Includes circuit/slick tires.
K668 Ver. B: 1980 LM 24hours Race #51 H. Heyer / B. Darniche / T. Fabi #52 P. Ghinzani / M. Alén / G. Brancatelli
Based on the version that ran at the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1980. Features a long body compared to the 1979 build. Either the red colour car no 51 and blue colour car no 52 can be built from this version.
#67 B. Gabbiani / E. Pirro
Based on the version that ran at the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1981 featuring Martini colours. features larger rear wheels/tires and a different right side cowl etc. compared to the 1980 version.
Attention: this item is no toy and it is not suitable for children below 14 years!
|Shipping weight:||3,00 Kg|