--A plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the BMW M3, which was active in the Group A touring car race in Japan, on a 1/24 scale.
[About the actual vehicle]
--The BMW M3 E30 has won many victories and titles since the 1980s when touring car racing began to take place under Group A regulations.
--Developed based on the M3, which was born as a high-performance model of the second-generation BMW 3 Series that appeared in 1982.
――When you started participating in a touring car race by Group A, which had just started at that time, you will be active in Group A races around the world.
――Many vehicles participated in the JTC, the All Japan Touring Car Championship held in Japan.
--Many teams have introduced the BMW M3 E30.
――Rival cars did not appear in the split race where there are many classifications according to displacement, and a battle between BMW M3s was fought in the same class, attracting the attention of fans.
――One of them was the M3, which participated from 1990 to 1992 with the sponsorship of B-ing, and showed an activity to win the class at Inter TEC in the final race of 1990.
[About the model]
--A plastic model assembly kit that reproduces BMW's M3 E30, which was active in Group A touring car races, on a 1/24 scale.
――The model is a machine that won the class at the Japan Touring Car Championship, the final round of JTC, and the Inter TEC held at Fuji Speedway in 1990.
-The finished overall length is about 18 cm and the total width is about 7 cm, and the body style is realistically reproduced.
――The power of the machine developed with the goal of winning the race, such as the high-deck trunk part and the shape of the front and rear blister fenders that are characteristic of the M3, is also transmitted.
-The shape of the rear wing and front air dam parts is accurately reproduced.
――In addition, the roll cage, bucket seats, and various equipment that are indispensable for racing models have been reproduced in the interior for a spartan finish.
――The underside of the chassis, front and rear suspensions, and the lower part of the engine are also expressed, giving a sufficient three-dimensional effect.
――The markings are reproduced, including the number 29 and each sponsor's logo.
--Reproduce the BMW M3 that was active in the 1990 Fuji Speedway race on 1/24 scale
--Realistic model of body style with blister fender
--Spartan interior with roll bars is also reproduced in detail
――The underside of the chassis, such as the suspension, has a three-dimensional finish.
--Completion size: Overall length about 180mm
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