Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Mazda Cosmo Sport Marathon 1968 Mazdaís Cosmo was their first rotary engined sports car and the company chose to prove its reliability and speed by entering the gruelling 84-hour Marathon de la Route on the Nurburgring in 1968. Two cars started and ran in formation for much of the race, one retiring late on with rear axle failure while the sister car came home a very respectable fourth overall. The decals in this well-proportioned kit offer the choice of either of those cars, with the images and placement drawings concentrating on the finisher. The kit parts are relatively simple with no opening parts but a decent level of chassis and suspension detail visible beneath.
Well detailed, easy to build plastic kits with clear instructions. Many kits include small photo-etched parts for details such as seat belts windscreen wipers and grilles. Transkits and additional detailing parts available for some subjects, see our accessories.Made in Japan.
Mazda Cosmo Sport model by Hasegawa
Plastic Kit: 1:24
Koga, Katayama, Katakura, Elde, Deprez, Jipea
Marathon de la Route.
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