Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine In 1986, engineer & journalist Don
Sherman took this modified Mazda RX7
to over 238mph at Bonneville, setting a
class record that still stands today. The
kit captures the outside of this car very
well indeed, with a nicely proportioned
bodyshell and clearly printed decals.
Internally, things are largely based
on the road car kit that Aoshima have
previously released so there are some
inaccuracies, most noticeable being a complete lack of any roll cage which is not
acceptable. With work it will make a reasonably accurate model and there is plenty
of information on the car on the internet. At the price itâ€™s not too bad, but it really
is frustrating when manufacturers just throw decals at a road car.
Reasonably well detailed plastic kits with a small amount of photo-etch included. Instructions in Japanese only. Made in Japan.
Mazda RX7 model by Aoshima
Plastic Kit: 1:24
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