[About the actual vehicle]
-Porsche developed the 935 Turbo for the Manufacturer World Championship race, which has been contested under the new regulations of Group 5.
-Debuted in 1976 and improved 935 for the following year.
-It was called Porsche 935-77.
-BMW and Ford compete in the German national championship in a class with a different displacement than Porsche.
-Porsche suddenly developed a machine aiming for the same class in the midst of attention.
-Debuted in the Norris Ring race during the 1977 season.
-Retired, but won the next Hockenheim.
-The smaller-displacement car, called the Baby, ran only in these two races and set off its history.
[About the model]
-The model is a 1/24 scale plastic model assembly kit of Porsche 935-77 Baby, a machine developed by Porsche in the 1977 season to participate in the small displacement class of the Group 5 race of the German national championship.
-With only two races in history, one of Porsche's most valuable German national championships is an integral part of the Car Modeler's collection.
-Instructions are friendly, Platts original Japanese specifications
-1/24 scale reproduction of Porsche 935-77 Baby, a machine developed by Porsche in the 1977 season to participate in the small displacement class of the Group 5 race of the German national championship
-Polished aerodynamics similar to 935-77, which was the main machine of the year in the world championship, and realistically reproduced body style
-Martini stripes prepared with large decals tighten the finish
-The tail end expresses a single turbo baby exhaust pipe etc.
-Modeled roll bars in the room
-Spartan interior reproduction unique to a racing car, including the dashboard, is also attractive enough
-Only two races in history, one of Porsche's precious German national championships is an integral part of the Car Modeler's collection
-Completed length: 196mm
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )