Newsletter 134: VW Polo WRC

VW Polo WRC

VW Polo WRC
About time!!!! Alonso's Ferrari for this year is NOW available, only in 1/43 scale, and if you add on top of that Senna's Toleman and Peterson's Lotus Type 78... you get a kick-ass triplet! Thank you Tameo! :)

Talking about spanish pilots, we also have Carlos Sainz's decorations for the Toyota Celica at the Montecarlo and RAC rallies (...and we're jumping with joy!), and also in the rally department, Studio 27 announces new decorations for the Montecarlo Alpine and the Portugal Rally 037 cars, while Tabu releases two gorgeous decorations for the GTR Long Tail, and Shunko gives the green light to a couple of decals for the Yamaha TZ250 and the 1966 Le Mans Ford GT40.

And... Sorry, I forgot something... what was it?... Of course! The VW Polo WRC! It's official: we'll have the VW Polo WRC kit straight from Belkits at the same price as his Skoda Fabia, but... you'll have to wait until the end of the year for the arrival of the first units. For you, our fellow eager plastic addicts, it will be available for preorder in September at SpotModel ;)

I think we're going to need LOTS of glue this year... :D

Studio27: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Lancia 037 Rally sponsored by Martini - Shakedown Test Portugal Rally - Vinho do Porto 1985 - water slide decals and assembly instructions - for Hasegawa references 20264, 20277, 20299, 20399, 20414, 20447, 20485, 20523, 20566, 20584, 25030, CR-30, 25030.OUTLET, 52305, SP505, HACR30, 25030 and CR-30

Studio27 Reference: ST27-DC1035

There have been specific moments in which Martini cars have been seen completely in red. The most famous was perhaps during the 1989 San Remo Rally, on the occasion of the debut of the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16V, but there was an earlier occasion, which Studio27 has captured on a decal sheet to use together with Hasegawa's Lancia Rally 037 kit. In 1985, during the test days prior to the Portugal rally, Lancia dressed the 037 entirely in red, thus being different from the one that later ran in white and climbed to the second podium position.
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Studio27: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Alpine Renault A110 sponsored by Batteries Dinin #98 - Jean-Louis Alric + Christian Nahon - Monte Carlo Rally - Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo 1977 - water slide decals and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM24278

Studio27 Reference: ST27-DC1031

The striking decoration chosen by Studio27 for the Tamiya kit of the Alpine A110, corresponding to the unit that managed to finish the 1977 Montecarlo rally in a meritorious eleventh position. A whole touch of color, which will look great on your Alpine.
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Studio27: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Alpine Renault A110 sponsored by Miko Cafe Service #95 - Jacques Marquet + J-J Paoletti - Tour de France Automobile 1972 - water slide decals and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM24278

Studio27 Reference: ST27-DC1033

Beautiful livery that Studio27 offers us of one of the Alpines that raced in the 1972 Tour de France Automobile. This version is characterized by using the recognizable electric blue color of the Alpines in combination with the lower body part of the outline around the car in a striking yellow color.
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Studio27: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Alpine Renault A110 sponsored by BIC #97 - Jean-Luc Thrier + Claude Roure - Tour de France Automobile 1972 - water slide decals and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM24278

Studio27 Reference: ST27-DC1034

Beautiful decoration that Studio27 offers us of one of the Alpines that participated in the 1972 Tour de France Automobile. This version is characterized by using the recognizable electric blue color of the Alpines in combination with the white roof.
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Studio27: Marking / livery 1/24 scale - Toyota Celica sponsored by Marlboro Repsol #2, 6, 10 - Carlos Sainz + Luis Moya, Armin Schwarz + Arne Hertz, Markku Aln + Ilkka Kivimki - Monte Carlo Rally - Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo 1992 - water slide decals and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM24125

Studio27 Reference: ST27-DC1044

The first appearance of Carlos Sainz with the new Celica bodyworks was at the Montecarlo rally 1992, and you can now recreate such decoration on your Tamiya kit with this Studio27 decals, also featuring number pads for Makku Alen and Armin Schwarz, and tobacco logos in an independent sheet.
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