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BMW M1 Procar #5 Niki Lauda 1/24 Scale Plastic Model Kit by Italeri

BMW M1 Procar #5 Niki Lauda 1/24 Scale Plastic Model Kit by Italeri

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Experience the thrill of the racetrack with the BMW M1 Procar! This 1/24 scale plastic model kit by Italeri features real rubber tires, colorful decal artwork, and vintage style packaging. With decals for the 1979 Procar Championship and dimensions of L-7.25 inches when assembled, this officially licensed product is a must-have for any racing enthusiast. Paint and cement required (not included).

Mid-engine Design

Tubular steel frame

470 HP engine

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Product Description & Features:

  • Brand new 1/24 scale plastic model kit of BMW M1 Procar #5 Niki Lauda (Skill 3) 1/24 plastic model kit by Italeri.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • Colorful decal artwork.
  • Vintage style packaging.
  • Color instructions sheet.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Paint and cement required (not included).
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Includes decals for 1979 Procar Championship.
  • Dimensions approximately L-7.25 inches assembled.
  • Parts molded in COLOR, unless otherwise indicated.
  • The BMW M1 was produced by the noted Bavarian car manufacturer between 1978 and 1981. Characterized by a sporty design, it had many typical racing cars features such as a longitudinal mid-engine, a light tubular steel frame and an all wheels independent suspension. Developed and built to participate in Group 5 competitions, it achieved a couple of victories. BMW then decided to create a mono-brand championship called “BMW M1 ProCar”. The cars that participated in the championship were equipped with a powerful 470 HP engine and were driven by many famous names from the world of Formula 1 such as Piquet, De Angelis, Pironi and Lauda. The Procar championship was very popular and during this period had a great deal of media exposure. The championship itself ran for two years and In 1979 was won by Niki Lauda and in the following season by Nelson Piquet.
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