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Oreca 07 2nd Le Mans 17 #38 Jackie Chan

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Oreca 07 2nd Le Mans 17 #38 Jackie Chan by Spark

Oreca 07 2nd Le Mans 2017 #38 Jackie Chan
Alternative version SPK5823 #37
The first of the 2017 Le Mans releases from Spark include, for the second year running, the LMP2 category winner. The #38 machine looked, in the early hours of Sunday, as if it might even be the outright winner as the LMP1 machines were beset by unreliability, but sadly Porsche recovered! A bonus for the team was the promotion of the sister car to second in class and third overall when the lead Rebellion entry was excluded post-race. Even if they hadn’t won, we are sure these would be popular subjects as the liveries are really striking. Numerous complex white shapes are laid over a satin black base, a few filled with a bright metallic red to match the roof and the tops of the rear wheel arches. The two cars are differentiated by the colour of the nose panel and dorsal fin, the latter a fine etched part on the model. There are plenty more delicate details on the rear wing and at the front with numerous canard fins, and the overall finish is excellent making for a pair of very smart miniatures.

Description: Oreca 07 2nd Le Mans 17 #38 Jackie Chan
Catalogue#: SPK5824
Product Type: Resincast
Scale: 1:43
Event: Le Mans
Colour: -
Drivers: Tung H-P, Jarvis O, Laurent T
Sponsors: #38, Jackie Chan DC Racing, Bang & Olufsen
Dates: 2017
Race/Position: 2nd
Release Date: December 2017
Weight: 325 grams
Comments: 1st LM P2. Released 06/12/17

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The range which changed the 1:43 model market and for which we coined the term 'resincast'. Resin rather than traditional diecast bodies mean that relatively short production runs can be made and what might be marginal subjects become viable. Quality is very consistent with plenty of fine etch used where necessary. A huge range is the result, covering all aspects of (mostly postwar) motorsport and a wide variety of road cars. We typically see around 30 new subjects released per month and pre-orders are strongly recommended. Made in China

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