-Gr.A machine, nicknamed the flying brick!
[About the actual vehicle]
-The Volvo 240 Turbo developed by Swedish Volvo was used in touring car races with Group A machines that made motor sports fans enthusiastic from the 1980s to the 1990s.
-Based on the evolution model of which 500 were produced in 1983, and tuned up to Group A regulations.
-The engine is equipped with a turbocharger in the inline 4-cylinder OHC2141cc that generates 340 horsepower.
-Demonstrates excellent driving performance in combination with a lightweight body of 1035kg.
-If you start racing in earnest in 1984, you will win the European Touring Car Championship and ETCC Champion in 1985. The following year he was also an ETCC champion.
-The running that didn't fit into the boxy style attracted attention, and was popularized by the nickname Flying Brick, Flying Brick.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the Group A specification of Volvo 240 Turbo, which won the championship in the European Touring Car Championship in 1986.
-The model is firmly modeled down to details such as the rear wing.
-Spartan Group A equipment, including details such as roll bars and dashboards, can not be overlooked even in models.
-The underside of the chassis has a three-dimensional finish, including front and rear suspension and floor panel details.
-Marking reproduces the marking of the Hockenheim champion at the 1986 European Touring Car Championship.
-Reproduced the Group A specification of Volvo 240 Turbo, which won the European Touring Car Championship in 1986, on 1/24 scale
-Realistic reproduction of the style called flying bricks
-Firmly model cockpit details
-Finished length is 200mm, width is 70mm
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )