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SLOT.IT CA05F - Nissan R390 GT1 - Test Le Mans 1997 #21

$79.00

DRIVERS: J.Muller, M.Brundle & W.Taylor -
BODY: High detail
MOTOR: Flat 6 - 20,500 rpm (MN09CH)
MOTOR POD: Anglewinder Offset 1.0mm - compatible with Sidewinder and Inline
GEAR RATIO: 11/28
MAGNET: Location at rear
DRIVE: Rear wheels
BUSHES: Elliptical bronze
LIGHTS: None, optional lighting kit available SP16B
OVERALL LENGTH: 143mm
WHEEL BASE: 83mm
HEIGHT: 32mm
WIDTH: 64mm
ADJUSTABLE FRONT AXLE HEIGHT: Yes M2.0 Hex screws supplied

AXLE DIA: 2.32mm - 3/32"
HUB's FRONT: Plastic 17.3 x 8.2

HUB's REAR: Aluminium 17.3 x 9.75
TYRES FRONT: 1159C1
TYRES REAR: 1167C1
INSERTS: Plastic
WEIGHT: 84.6g
SPARES INCLUDED: Allen key
SCALE: 1:32
ISSUED: May 2018

HISTORY:
The Nissan R390 GT1 was built to complete in the 24hr Le Mans in 1997 and 1998.
In 1997 three cars #21, #22, #23 (23 is NiSan in Japanese) were entered by Nissan Motor Sport with undeniably serious ambitions.
The R390 driven by Martin Brundle was the fastest of the lot in prequalifying and performed well in qualifying as well. The race, however, turned into an different story and the only surviving cars at the end of the 24hrs came in 12th overall.


  • Model: CA05F
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3kgs
  • Manufactured by: NISSAN