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This is a scale model kit to be assembled by an adult; it includes all the parts as indicated but it does not include glue or paints, which can also be purchased separately at SpotModel!.
Additional details for the Zakspeed Yamaha ZK891 car scale model kit:
  • Manufactured by Hasegawa in 1/24 scale with reference 20324 (also listed as 4967834203242).
  • Sponsored by East-West.
  • Driven by Bernd Schneider and Aguri Suzuki with numbers 34 and 35
  • Recreation of the vehicle racing at the Formula 1 World Championship in 1989.
  • Includes plastic parts, rubber parts, water slide decals, assembly instructions and painting instructions.
  • Limited edition.
  • Package measures 202 mm x 351 mm x 67 mm (width x depth x height), weighting 312 g (review pending).
  • Box barcode 4967834203242 (GTIN/EAN)

The Zakspeed team, which had built its own turbo engines since its debut in the 1985 season, was forced to use engines from an external supplier following the ban on supercharged engines for the 1989 season. These naturally aspirated engines came from Yamaha, the Japanese company that appeared in F1 with its own V8 engine, called OX88. The new car for the 1989 season, the 891, was designed by Gustav Brunner. The German Bernd Schneider, in his second year with the team, and the Japanese Aguri Suzuki, who was making his F1 debut, were forced to go through uncomfortable pre-qualifications throughout the season. Suffering from a lack of engine power, Bernd Schneider only managed to qualify the car for the race on two occasions during the entire season (Brazilian GP and Japanese GP). After the 1989 season the Zakspeed team withdrew from Formula 1.

SpotModel recommends this product exclusively for experienced professional modellers and collectors. Take appropriate precautions as this product is not a toy, it can be toxic and/or dangerous. Keep away from children. Use is not allowed for children under 14 years.

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The Japanese company Hasegawa has been one of the benchmarks for civilian vehicles for years, with fantastic models of cars and motorcycles. Although their most classic products continue to delight the most demanding modellers, with reissues that allow us to continue enjoying them, the new molds from this manufacturer have been quite a surprise (a pleasant one) due to their considerable jump in quality both in details as in fittings. If you try, surely you will repeat!
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Image 1: Zakspeed Yamaha ZK891 sponsored by East-West - Formula 1 World Championship 1989 | Car scale model kit in 1/24 scale manufactured by Hasegawa (ref. 20324, also 4967834203242)Image 2: Zakspeed Yamaha ZK891 sponsored by East-West - Formula 1 World Championship 1989 | Car scale model kit in 1/24 scale manufactured by Hasegawa (ref. 20324, also 4967834203242)Image 3: Zakspeed Yamaha ZK891 sponsored by East-West - Formula 1 World Championship 1989 | Car scale model kit in 1/24 scale manufactured by Hasegawa (ref. 20324, also 4967834203242)Image 4: Zakspeed Yamaha ZK891 sponsored by East-West - Formula 1 World Championship 1989 | Car scale model kit in 1/24 scale manufactured by Hasegawa (ref. 20324, also 4967834203242)Image 5: Zakspeed Yamaha ZK891 sponsored by East-West - Formula 1 World Championship 1989 | Car scale model kit in 1/24 scale manufactured by Hasegawa (ref. 20324, also 4967834203242)Image 6: Zakspeed Yamaha ZK891 sponsored by East-West - Formula 1 World Championship 1989 | Car scale model kit in 1/24 scale manufactured by Hasegawa (ref. 20324, also 4967834203242)