Beginning from 1976, the commercially sold race car Porsche Turbo RSR was used in thr World Sportcar Championship races. As this machine was to be used in Group 4 GT class and it used the Porsche 930 Turbo for its base, it was also called the 934 Racing. This machine with its 2993cc flat-6 turbo-charged engine thumped out an impressive 485hp with 62kg/m of torque. Approximately 50 934’s had been manufactured by May 1977, with one of these machines going to the Max Moritz team with an eye-catching orange livery matching the image of their main sponsor German liquor maker Jagermeister. In 1976 season, the Max Moritz team came 4th in the International Championship for Manufacturers, with their #24 car winning 3rd in its class, with #25 also claiming 3rd. Both cars showed great competitiveness throughout the season.
This is a 1/12 scale plastic assembly model kit.
Length: 360mm, Width: 168mm.
The impressive form of parts such as the large-sized front bumper spoiler and the widened over fender are accurately reproduced.
Left and right doors and front and rear hoods are open able.
All of the flat-6 turbo engine’s cables, cords, and piping provide a top quality finish.
The rack & pinion arrangement enables moveable front wheels linked with the steering wheel.
The moveable front and rear suspension features coil spring dampers.
The Porsche’s Spartan interior with the roll-cage is precisely reproduced.
Photo-etched parts depict brake discs, catch pins, side radiator, and seatbelt for the ultimate finish.
Sponsor and car numbering decals made by Cartograf.
Requires glue and paint to complete