Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Also available MM209M built John Cannon upset the form book at Laguna Seca in 1968, when a smart tyre choice of F1 rain tyres enabled him and his outdated McLaren M1C to lap the entire field in wet conditions to score a dominant victory. The basic shape of the kit is well captured by Marsh but there are a few small details that aren't quite right and will need adjusting. There is a small decal error on the side of the car (the critical image came to light as soon as the first delivery of kits was sent out!) and a supplementary decal is being printed and will be included in future deliveries. The instructions also show the roll bar brace going down to the front of the engine but this should be a little longer and go between the third and fourth banks of cylinders, simple enough to adjust while building as the part has to be cut to length anyway. A photo clarifying these details can be found on page 84 of Pete Lyons' “Can-Am, Photo History”.
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Excellent kits and hand-built models using crisply cast resin bodies, white metal ancillary parts, lots of very fine photo-etching and good decals. Clear instructions include a sample paint chip. Hand-builts beautifully built and detailed. Made in England
McLaren M1C model by Marsh Models
Hand Built: 1:43
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