Porsche Carrera RS TdF 1976 #332

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Porsche Carrera RS TdF 1976 #332 by Arena

Porsche Carrera RS Tour de France 1976 #332
Alternative version ARE865M Giro d Italia & ARE865 kit
In terms of body shape, the Porsche of Francis Roussely was a regular 3.0 RS but slightly unusual was the addition of a large bull bar on the front, used on both the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia and this also provides a mounting for several spot-lamps. The exhaust pipes on our sample are a little uneven, but the rest of the detailing is very well done from those lights at the front through delicate wipers and mirrors (the passenger side turned in which is the same on Arena’s pre-production images we received some time ago and our sample model, so deliberate!) and plenty of cabin equipment. The paintwork on our sample is excellent, with carefully placed decals and overall it is an attractive model.

Description: Porsche Carrera RS TdF 1976 #332
Catalogue#: ARE865M332
Product Type: Hand Built
Scale: 1:43
Event: Tour de France
Colour: -
Drivers: Roussely, Sabine
Sponsors: #332, Meznarie, Christine laure
Dates: 1976
Race/Position: 14th
Release Date: November 2017
Weight: 400 grams
Comments: -

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