Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine McLaren M8E Can-Am 1971 #3/8/29/55 Hand builts also available - MM238MB, MM238ME, MM238MM & MM238MP For 1971 the factory McLaren team moved on to the all-new M8F and so the design previously raced by the factory as the M8D was slightly updated and produced as a customer car named the M8E, built by Trojan Cars in Surrey. This kit offers four options, two for the Roy Woods racing entry which finished fourth at Riverside and Donnybrook in the hands of Sam Posey and Vic Elford respectively and one each for the self-run machines of Bob Brown and Roger McCaig. The kit parts are in typical Marsh style with cleanly cast resin and metal for the larger pieces and plenty of etch including a fold up cockpit tub. The instructions include an exploded drawing and photos of all versions completed, specific details such as which etched parts to use for which car shown here.
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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 M8E model by Marsh Models
Elford, Brown, McCaig
#29, 3, 55
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