Newsletter 604: Kreidler

Kreidler

Kreidler
Kreidler's Metall und Drahtwerke was founded in Germany in 1903 and years later, in 1951, began building motorcycles. They evolved until they achieved the most cutting-edge engines in the motor racing world in the 70s, which helped them win no less than nine 50cc world championships.

In those glorious years of Kreidler there were other leading engine manufacturers that developed engines in 125cc and 250cc that were really interesting, such as Morbidelli, Minarelli, Garelli, MotoBi and Ossa. Engines that the manufacturer Brach Model already recreated for their 1/12 scale models, but that are now released as an independent reference so that all scale modellers who love mechanics can enjoy them. What a great idea!!!

The engines, made of resin, have the usual quality, exquisite detail and extensive breakdown that is so common for the brand. In a few weeks we will have them in our warehouse, but if you wish you can reserve them now.

Eight engines, eight, available for you at SpotModel. :)

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Kreidler Van Veen 50cc 1973 and 1975 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials image

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Kreidler Van Veen 50cc 1973 and 1975 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials

Brach Model Reference: BM-EN01

The manufacturer Brach Model now offers us the possibility of separately mounting the fantastic reproductions of the engines included in its kits. Authentic works of engineering of their time, which you can display thanks to the base, support and plate with sticker with the description of the engine that are included. The first reference is that of the 50cc Kreidler Van Veen engine, used in their motorcycles from the seasons between 1973 and 1975.
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Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Morbidelli 125cc 1976 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials image

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Morbidelli 125cc 1976 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials

Brach Model Reference: BM-EN02

The manufacturer Brach Model now offers us the possibility of separately mounting the fantastic reproductions of the engines included in its kits. Authentic works of engineering of their time, which you can display thanks to the base, support and plate with sticker with the description of the engine that are included. This reference allows mounting the 125cc Morbidelli engine, used during the 1976 season.
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Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Minarelli 125cc 1981 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials image

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Minarelli 125cc 1981 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials

Brach Model Reference: BM-EN03

The manufacturer Brach Model now offers us the possibility of separately mounting the fantastic reproductions of the engines included in its kits. Authentic works of engineering of their time, which you can display thanks to the base, support and plate with sticker with the description of the engine that are included. This reference allows mounting the 125cc Minarelli engine, used during the 1981 season.
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Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Garelli 125cc 1982 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials image

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Garelli 125cc 1982 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials

Brach Model Reference: BM-EN04

The manufacturer Brach Model now offers us the possibility of separately mounting the fantastic reproductions of the engines included in its kits. Authentic works of engineering of their time, which you can display thanks to the base, support and plate with sticker with the description of the engine that are included. This reference allows mounting the 125cc Garelli engine, used during the 1982 season.
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Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Garelli 125cc 1984 and 1985 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials image

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Garelli 125cc 1984 and 1985 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials

Brach Model Reference: BM-EN05

The manufacturer Brach Model now offers us the possibility of separately mounting the fantastic reproductions of the engines included in its kits. Authentic works of engineering of their time, which you can display thanks to the base, support and plate with sticker with the description of the engine that are included. This reference allows mounting the 125cc Garelli engine, used during the 1984 and 1985 seasons.
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Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Garelli 125cc 1987 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials image

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Garelli 125cc 1987 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials

Brach Model Reference: BM-EN06

The manufacturer Brach Model now offers us the possibility of separately mounting the fantastic reproductions of the engines included in its kits. Authentic works of engineering of their time, which you can display thanks to the base, support and plate with sticker with the description of the engine that are included. This reference allows mounting the 125cc Garelli engine, used during the 1987 season.
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Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - MotoBi Zanzani 6 tiranti 250cc 1966 and 1974 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials image

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - MotoBi Zanzani 6 tiranti 250cc 1966 and 1974 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials

Brach Model Reference: BM-EN07

The manufacturer Brach Model now offers us the possibility of separately mounting the fantastic reproductions of the engines included in its kits. Authentic works of engineering of their time, which you can display thanks to the base, support and plate with sticker with the description of the engine that are included. This reference allows you to mount the 250cc MotoBi Zanzani 6 tiranti engine, used during the 1966 to 1974 seasons.
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Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Ossa 250cc 1970 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials image

Brach Model: Engine 1/12 scale - Ossa 250cc 1970 - metal parts, resin parts and other materials

Brach Model Reference: BM-EN08

The manufacturer Brach Model now offers us the possibility of separately mounting the fantastic reproductions of the engines included in its kits. Authentic works of engineering of their time, which you can display thanks to the base, support and plate with sticker with the description of the engine that are included. This reference allows mounting the Ossa 250cc engine, used during the 1980 season.
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Studio27: Detail up set 1/24 scale - Nissan R89C - photo-etched parts and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM24093 image

Studio27: Detail up set 1/24 scale - Nissan R89C - photo-etched parts and assembly instructions - for Tamiya reference TAM24093

Studio27 Reference: ST27-FP24240

Re-edition of the photo-etched parts for the Nissan R89C Tamiya kit at 1/24 scale. Some essential photo-etched parts to detail your model, since although the regulations of the Sport Prototypes were easy to understand, basically being that all the mechanical elements had to be covered by the bodywork, that does not mean that there are no parts to detail. The photo-etched plate also includes the template to paint the Calsonic logos on the radiator grilles.
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Studio27: Detail up set 1/24 scale - Porsche 917K - photo-etched parts and assembly instructions - for Fujimi references FJ12173, HR-5, FJ12188, FJ12198, FJ12199, FJ12214, FJ12236, FJ12261, FJ123592, FJ123882, RS-84, FJ126074, FJ126135, 12613, RS-4, FJ126135.OUTLET, FJ126142, 12614, RS-88, FJ12615, 126159, RS-92, FJ126166, 12616 and RS-98 image

Studio27: Detail up set 1/24 scale - Porsche 917K - photo-etched parts and assembly instructions - for Fujimi references FJ12173, HR-5, FJ12188, FJ12198, FJ12199, FJ12214, FJ12236, FJ12261, FJ123592, FJ123882, RS-84, FJ126074, FJ126135, 12613, RS-4, FJ126135.OUTLET, FJ126142, 12614, RS-88, FJ12615, 126159, RS-92, FJ126166, 12616 and RS-98

Studio27 Reference: ST27-FP24241

New limited-time re-edition of the Studio27 photo-etched parts, which fits like a glove with Fujimi's kits of the Porsche 917K, and therefore also with the most recent one from Revell. Brake discs, different plans for the different aerodynamic configurations of the rear hood, template for the Firestone logos on the tires, the central part of the steering wheel, the support for the exhaust outlets, are just some of the impressive details included in this photo-etched plate.
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Number Five: Paint for airbrush - 695 SS Blue - 1 x 30ml - for Tamiya references TAM24173 and TAM89675 image

Number Five: Paint for airbrush - 695 SS Blue - 1 x 30ml - for Tamiya references TAM24173 and TAM89675

Number Five Reference: N5-C207

Blue color tone similar to that used by Fiat in the Abarth 695 SS. This reference has been made to be used especially in Tamiya kits.
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Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Alfa Romeo Ferrari C43 sponsored by Kick Boggie Art - Press version 2023 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Alfa Romeo Ferrari C43 sponsored by Kick Boggie Art - Press version 2023 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: DIE-59858

A very special decoration that was born from the collaboration between the Alfa Romeo team and the artist Boogie, and which led to the creation of an "art car" presented in the days prior to the launch of the C43. The decoration created on the body follows a letter motif that recalls the name of the team, its main partners and the names of its drivers. for which the artist used his spray cans. This model faithfully reproduces this "artistic" version of the Alfa Romeo C43.
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Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Mercedes Benz 190E 2.5 16V Evo2 Zakspeed Team sponsored by Diebels Alt #18 - Kurt Thiim - DTM 1992 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: DIE-59859

1992 was German driver Kurt Thiim's seventh season in the German DTM, where he had a Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evolution 2 from the Zakspeed team, one of the four official Mercedes teams for that season. That year, Kurt Thiim achieved second place in the championship standings, after a more than promising start to the campaign, achieving victory in the first two races of the season.
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Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 911 964 3.8 RS Vitesse Yellow 1990 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 911 964 3.8 RS Vitesse Yellow 1990 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: DIE-59860

The Porsche 964 Carrera 3.8 RSR was a very limited production version (in fact, only 55 units were manufactured) launched by Porsche in order to homologate the competition version. At the same time that the latter was reaping victories on circuits around the world, the street version became a very popular rarity among Porsche lovers.
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Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - McLaren BMW F1 GTR Kokusai Aihatsu Racing Team sponsored by Ueno Clinic #59 - Yannick Dalmas (FR) + Masanori Sekiya (JP) + Jyrki Juhani 'JJ Lehto' Jarvilehto (FI) - 24 Hours Le Mans 1995 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - McLaren BMW F1 GTR Kokusai Aihatsu Racing Team sponsored by Ueno Clinic #59 - Yannick Dalmas + Masanori Sekiya + Jyrki Juhani 'JJ Lehto' Jarvilehto - 24 Hours Le Mans 1995 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: DIE-59862

The 1995 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans was quite special, and not only because of the fact that 80% of the grid was made up of cars from the GT1 and GT2 categories, but mainly because of the rain, which completely changed the race development. And under these circumstances the feat of the McLaren F1 GTR was achieved, a GT1 category car that was capable of winning the 24 hours. To date, this remains McLaren's first and only victory in the legendary Sarthe race.
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Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Fiat 131 Abarth sponsored by Alitalia #3 - Markku Alén (FI) + Ilkka Kivimäki (FI) - Monte Carlo Rally - Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo 1979 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Fiat 131 Abarth sponsored by Alitalia #3 - Markku Aln + Ilkka Kivimki - Monte Carlo Rally - Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo 1979 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: DIE-59863

The Finnish driver Markku Aln raced as an official Fiat driver for no less than eight seasons, first with the 124 Abarth and then with the famous 131 Abarth. In 1979, aboard the 131 Abarth already dressed in the Alitalia colors, Aln began the season with a third place in the legendary Monte Carlo Rally.
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Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - McLaren F1 GTR Short Tail - Press version 1996 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - McLaren F1 GTR Short Tail - Press version 1996 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: DIE-59861

Sometimes it happens that racing cars end up causing a commercial version to appear, as happened with the McLaren F1 GTR Short Tail. Only a few lucky buyers were able to get a unit of this version, which had more than striking colors, mainly due to its fluorescent yellow inscriptions.
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Solido: Diecast model van 1/18 scale - Volkswagen T1 Pick-Up sponsored by Porsche Service 1950 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Solido: Diecast model van 1/18 scale - Volkswagen T1 Pick-Up sponsored by Porsche Service 1950 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: DIE-59866

Launched in 1950, the Volkswagen T1 quickly became an icon of the post-war and hippie era. But it also became a very popular vehicle among companies, and even Porsche did not hesitate to use it as a service vehicle.
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Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 935 K3 Dick Barbour Racing Team sponsored by Apple Computer #71 - Bobby Rahal + Allan Moffat + Bob Garretson - 24 Hours Le Mans 1980 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: S1807203

In the 1980 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Porsche 935 K3 with the number #71 made headlines, apart from its speed, for its striking decoration in the colors of the famous Apple computer brand. Unfortunately, the team of Bobby Rahal, Bob Garretson and Allan Moffat had to retire on lap 124 due to a broken valve.
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Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Alfa Romeo Ferrari C42 sponsored by Orlen #24 - Guanyu Zhou (CN) - Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix 2022 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Solido: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Alfa Romeo Ferrari C42 sponsored by Orlen #24 - Guanyu Zhou - Canadian Formula 1 Grand Prix 2022 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Solido Reference: DIE-59865

In the 2022 season, Guanyu Zhou became the first Chinese driver to be an official F1 driver, signing for the Alfa Romeo team as partner of Valteri Bottas. In the first race of the season Zhou finished in tenth position, but he obtained an even better result in the Canadian Grand Prix with an eighth place.
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Tamiya: Material - Ultra Thin Aluminum Sticker - other materials image

Tamiya: Material - Ultra Thin Aluminum Sticker - other materials

Tamiya Reference: TAM87226

Ultra-thin adhesive material 0.1 mm thick, which adapts perfectly to the contours of the surfaces on which it is applied. It can be used to cover small surfaces, such as car window frames. It can also be used as a mask when painting surfaces, thanks to its ability to adapt to the surfaces on which it is placed. Two sheets of 100 x 148 mm each are included. The surface of the material is satin.
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Revell: Car scale model kit 1/24 scale - Ford Mustang 60th Anniversary - plastic parts, rubber parts, water slide decals, assembly instructions and painting instructions - 6 x 10ml + 1 x 25gr

Revell Reference: REV05647

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Ford Mustang, launched in March 1964, Revell has created this set as a tribute to a car that revolutionized the automotive market due to its sporty appearance, its competitive price and the possibility of individual configuration of the trim level. The kit includes 92 pieces, with the V8 engine and interior completely detailed, and you can choose between the convertible version with the roof removed or with the canvas roof deployed covering the cabin. Once assembled, the model measures 191 mm, and the box includes 6 10ml bottles of Revell Aqua Color paint, a brush, and a bottle of Revell Contacta Professional Mini.
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KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 250 GT SWB Competition Scuderia Serenissima Team #62 - Carlo Mario Abate (IT) - Monza 1960 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 250 GT SWB Competition Scuderia Serenissima Team #62 - Carlo Mario Abate - Monza 1960 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

KK Scale Reference: DIE-59894

Assembled collector's model that reproduces the version of the Ferrari 250 GT SWB with which the Italian driver Carlo Mario Abate obtained victory in the Coppa Inter-Europa in 1960, a race held on the Monza circuit and belonging to what at that time was the FIA GT Cup.
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KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 166 MM Scuderia Ferrari Team #624 - Clemente Biondetti (IT) + Ettore Salani (IT) - Mille Miglia 1949 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 166 MM Scuderia Ferrari Team #624 - Clemente Biondetti + Ettore Salani - Mille Miglia 1949 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

KK Scale Reference: DIE-59889

Assembled collector's model that reproduces the version of the Ferrari 166MM that won the Mille Miglia in 1949. Thanks to its 12-cylinder 2-liter engine, which with its 3 double-body carburettors produced up to 144 horsepower at 6600 rpm, and its reduced weight of only 680 kg., but above all due to its ease of handling, the Ferrari 166 MM achieved a large number of victories.
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KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 250 GT SWB Competition #7 - Goodwood Tourist Trophy 1961 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 250 GT SWB Competition #7 - Goodwood Tourist Trophy 1961 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

KK Scale Reference: DIE-59890

Assembled collector's model that reproduces the version of the Ferrari 250 GT SWB with which the great Stirling Moss won the Goodwood Tourist Trophy event in 1961.
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KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 166 MM #22 - Luigi Chinetti (IT) + Peter Mitchell-Thompson 'Lord Selsdon' (GB) - 24 Hours Le Mans 1949 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 166 MM #22 - Luigi Chinetti + Peter Mitchell-Thompson 'Lord Selsdon' - 24 Hours Le Mans 1949 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

KK Scale Reference: KKDC180913

Assembled collector's model that reproduces the version of the Ferrari 166MM that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1949. Thanks to its 12-cylinder 2-liter engine, which with its 3 double-body carburettors produced up to 144 horsepower at 6600 rpm, its reduced weight of only 680 kg, but above all due to its ease of handling, the Ferrari 166 MM achieved a large number of victories.
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KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 166 MM #20 - Luigi Chinetti (IT) + Jean Lucas (FR) - 24 Hours SPA Francorchamps 1949 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

KK Scale: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Ferrari 166 MM #20 - Luigi Chinetti + Jean Lucas - 24 Hours SPA Francorchamps 1949 - photo-etched parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

KK Scale Reference: DIE-59892

Assembled model that reproduces the version of the Ferrari 166MM that won the 24 Hours SPA Francorchamps in 1949. Thanks to its 12-cylinder 2-liter engine, which with its 3 double-body carburettors produced up to 144 horsepower at 6600 rpm, its reduced weight of only 680 kg, but above all due to its ease of handling, the Ferrari 166 MM achieved a large number of victories.
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Scale Motorsport: Carbon fiber decal 1/24 scale - Crushed Carbon Fiber Pewter Metallic - water slide decals image

Scale Motorsport: Carbon fiber decal 1/24 scale - Crushed Carbon Fiber Pewter Metallic - water slide decals

Scale Motorsport Reference: SM1924

High definition decal sheet that recreates a carbon fiber metallic shredded pattern. The decal is designed to be used in other scales as well. Sheet measurements 12 x 18 cm.
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ScaleLab 24: Detail up set 1/12 scale - McLaren Honda MP4/4 - photo-etched parts, resin parts, turned metal parts, water slide decals, other materials and assembly instructions - for Meng Model references RS-004 and RS-005

ScaleLab 24 Reference: SL02-040

If you are a fan of the legendary McLaren MP4/4, and you are also one of those who have not been able to resist getting a unit of Meng Model's kit, you are in luck, because ScaleLab 24 has just announced that its next reference will be a complete detailing set with various pieces in turned aluminium, resin, several photo-etched plates and even decals. You can not lose this!
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Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - BMW 320 Group 5 Albert Rodenstock Team sponsored by Rodenstock #9 - Franz Albert - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM Norisring 1979 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Modelcar Group Reference: DIE-59878

The powerful BMW 320 Group 5 sponsored by Rodenstock left its mark in the 1979 German DRM Championship. In the sixth round of the championship held at the Norisring circuit, luck was not on its side, as it could only finish in sixteenth position among Division II vehicles. But that does not take away one bit of charm from this striking decoration of one of the most famous Group 5 vehicles.
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Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - BMW 320 Group 5 Rodenstock Würth Team sponsored by Rodenstock #4 - Manfred Winkelhock (DE) - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM Zolder Bergischer Löwe 1979 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - BMW 320 Group 5 Rodenstock Wrth Team sponsored by Rodenstock #4 - Manfred Winkelhock - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM Zolder Bergischer Lwe 1979 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Modelcar Group Reference: DIE-59879

In the 1979 season, the German DRM Championship visited the Belgian Zolder circuit for the first round of the year. Held in the middle of March, no one was surprised that the main protagonist of the race was the intense rain, which undoubtedly marked the development of the test. The 1978 champion, Hans Heyer, now aboard a Capri Group 5, won the race among the Division II models, while the model reproduced here, the BMW 320 Group 5 of Manfred Winkelhock, finished the race in the fourth position.
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Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - BMW 320 Turbo Group 5 Sachs-Sporting Team sponsored by Rodenstock #55 - Harald Ertl (AT) - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM Hockenheim Grand Prix 1978 - plastic parts and rubber parts image

Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - BMW 320 Turbo Group 5 Sachs-Sporting Team sponsored by Rodenstock #55 - Harald Ertl - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM Hockenheim Grand Prix 1978 - plastic parts and rubber parts

Modelcar Group Reference: DIE-59880

The BMW 320 Turbo Group 5 of the Sachs-Sporting team obtained an important victory in Division II in the race corresponding to the 1978 German DRM Championship held at the Hockenheim circuit, also helped by the mechanical problems of the vehicle that had obtained pole position, the Capri of the Zakspeed team driven by Hans Heyer. This assembled model reproduces this version of the powerful BMW 320 driven by Harald Ertl, who ended up winning the DRM that same season.
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Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 935 J Joest Racing Team sponsored by Arcus-Air #66 - Jochen Mass (DE) - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM Nürburgring Supersprint 1981 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 935 J Joest Racing Team sponsored by Arcus-Air #66 - Jochen Mass - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM Nrburgring Supersprint 1981 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Modelcar Group Reference: DIE-59881

Due to the success of the Porsche 935s run by private teams, Porsche stopped having an official factory team in 1979, but continued to supply parts to its customer teams. And that brought with it new and interesting evolutions of the Porsche 935 by the teams. One of the most successful conversions was carried out by the Joest Racing team, whose owner was the German racing driver Reinhold Joest. Hence, their models included the letter J to differentiate them from other preparations, such as Kremer's K. The Porsche 935 J had a six-cylinder, 3.2-liter, twin-turbocharged engine. With one of these models Jochen Mass obtained fourth position in 1981 among Division I vehicles in the German DRM Championship race held on the Nrburgring circuit in its Supersprint configuration.
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Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 935 J Joest Racing Team sponsored by Liqui Moly #2 - Reinhold Jöst (DE) + Rolf Stommelen (DE) + Volkert Merl (DE) - 24 Hours of Daytona 1980 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 935 J Joest Racing Team sponsored by Liqui Moly #2 - Reinhold Jst + Rolf Stommelen + Volkert Merl - 24 Hours of Daytona 1980 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Modelcar Group Reference: DIE-59882

Due to the success of the Porsche 935s run by private teams, Porsche stopped having an official factory team in 1979, but continued to supply parts to its customer teams. And that brought with it new and interesting evolutions of the Porsche 935 by the teams. One of the most successful conversions was carried out by the Joest Racing team, whose owner was the German racing driver Reinhold Joest. Hence, their models included the letter J to differentiate them from other preparations, such as Kremer's K. The Porsche 935 J had a six-cylinder, 3.2-liter, twin-turbocharged engine. In the demanding event of the 1980 24 Hours of Daytona, Joest Racing further increased its international prestige thanks to the victory it obtained with an advantage of more than 33 laps over the second place. The model includes the auxiliary headlights used by the car overnight.
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Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 935 J Joest Racing Team sponsored by Liqui Moly #6 - Rolf Stommelen (DE) - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM SPA 1980 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts image

Modelcar Group: Diecast model car 1/18 scale - Porsche 935 J Joest Racing Team sponsored by Liqui Moly #6 - Rolf Stommelen - Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft DRM SPA 1980 - metal parts, plastic parts and rubber parts

Modelcar Group Reference: DIE-59883

Due to the success of the Porsche 935s run by private teams, Porsche stopped having an official factory team in 1979, but continued to supply parts to its customer teams. And that brought with it new and interesting evolutions of the Porsche 935 by the teams. One of the most successful conversions was carried out by the Joest Racing team, whose owner was the German racing driver Reinhold Joest. Hence, their models included the letter J to differentiate them from other preparations, such as Kremer's K. The Porsche 935 J had a six-cylinder, 3.2-liter, twin-turbocharged engine. With one of these models Rolf Stommelen obtained third place among the Division I vehicles in the race held in SPA of the 1980 German DRM Championship.
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