[About actual vehicle]
- Renault 5 is the best selling hatchback model that Renault of France produced and sold from 1972 to 1996.
- The 3-door and 5-door body was prepared because it adopted the front wheel drive system with the engine installed vertically.
- Renault R5 Alpine that appeared in 1976 was launched as a sports version among them.
- Hot hatch model finished with alpine known as its name as a tuner has 1.4 liter OHV on the engine.
- Employs a hemispherical combustion chamber on the cross flow head and generates 93 horsepower.
- Combined with a 5-speed mission, combined with a light body, demonstrated high fighting power in motor sports.
- R5 Alpine who participated in the FIA \u200b\u200bprescribed group 2 class of those days 6 participated in Monte Carlo rally, the first game of the world championship rally in 1978.
- Jean Lanottotti and Jean-Marc André got in second place, and Guy · Frecrein and Jacques De La Part also got in third place and showed their abilities.
[About the model]
- The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduced the Renault R5 Alpine which won the 2nd and 3rd overall in the world championship rally of 1978, WRC first round Monte Carlo rally on the 1/24 scale.
- Fully detailed kit reproduced to the engine It is interesting to assemble a unique mechanism of vertical drive front drive.
- The parts score is over 90 points, the total length of the finish is 16.7 cm.
- The body which gained popularity as a bestseller hatchback is provided with over fenders in different parts, and the auxiliary lamp added to the front also reproduces the power unique to the rally car.
- Of course, the bonnet parts are separate parts and under the hood is modeled a vertically placed 4-cylinder engine.
- The underbody mechanism around the chassis will also be reproduced and you will be able to understand its unique layout while assembling.
- In addition, indoor lining of the door, bucket seat, dashboard etc. are reproduced, and I am looking forward to the atmosphere unique to the rally car.
- Of course, as well as marking, I set the second and third place in the 1978 Monte Carlo rally and set the number and sponsor mac of the machine. You can choose either to finish.
- World championship rally in 1978, Renault R5 Alpine winning second place and third place in the first race of WRC Monte Carlo rally is reproduced on 1/24 scale
- Full detail kit reproduced to the engine
- Parts score 90 points or more
- Finished overall length is 16.7 cm
- Mechanism of underbody under the chassis also reproduced
- Inner room also reproduces door lining, bucket seat, dashboard etc
- Overfender is prepared in another part for body which gained popularity as best-selling hatchback
- The auxiliary lamp added to the front also reproduces the power unique to the rally car
- Bonnet parts are separate parts. Under the hood is modeled a vertically placed 4-cylinder engine
- Marking sets 2nd and 3rd place machine number and sponsor mark etc in the Monte Carlo rally in 1978, either one can be selected and manufactured
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )