Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine These two single seater prototypes were derived from Peugeot's one make feeder series for up and coming sports car racers and though they share the same name as the cars that won Le Mans in 1992 and 1993, they were significantly smaller and less powerful, being powered by a two-litre, four cylinder engine. The yellow #66 car was running at the end of the 24 hours but had not covered enough distance to be classified, while WR's pretty white and green machine retired after six hours. Both models are nicely finished and from the photos that we have, they check out well. There are subtle physical details and these have been well replicated, particularly the rear wing support on the WR car.
Very well finished mass produced resin built models. Ever improving detailing now incorporating more use of photoetched details for added finesse and with excellent paint finishes. Made in China
Peugeot 905 Spider model by Spark
Alexander, de Vita, Breuer
#66, ATS, Primo, CTS
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