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Porsche 911 RSR 1st ASCC 1977 Kodak

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Porsche 911 RSR 1st ASCC 1977 Kodak by Automodelli Studio

Porsche 911 RS 1st ASCC 1977 Kodak
The Australian Sports Car Championship is not one that we’re particularly familiar with but apparently John Latham tied the series with Alan Hamilton, both driving Porsches. Latham’s car was an older 911 RS model wearing colourful support from Kodak. The kit is mostly resin with a well-proportioned and cleanly cast body and some smaller parts including a roll cage which will need very careful cleaning up. The real car image included in the instructions shows a slightly different oil cooler opening at the front than on the casting, so you may wish to trim this to match and pop a little mesh in the hole. A two-tone paint finish is needed and there are numerous stripes on the clearly printed decals in both red and yellow to match the colours to and blend the two colours, all of which is clearly illustrated. The wheels are from Tron and have etched centres to go with machined rims and there are various other small etched parts. An unusual subject and a very pretty one too.

Description: Porsche 911 RSR 1st ASCC 1977 Kodak
Catalogue#: AUT43106
Product Type: Resin/Metal Kit
Scale: 1:43
Event: GT & Sports Car Racing
Colour: -
Drivers: Latham J
Sponsors: #64, Kodak
Dates: 1977
Race/Position: 1st
Release Date: November 2017
Weight: 250 grams
Comments: Australian Sportscar Championship. Released 20/11/17

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An interesting range mostly Australian oriented subjects. Some subjects are based on other makers' castings where suitable (Marsh Models, Jemmpy & SMTS the most commonly used) while others are made entirely in house. Decals often laser or inkjet printed, but still with good bright colours and clarity. Most kits included a modest amount of etched detailing. Made in Australia

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