Porsche 934/5 (1977 IMSA Laguna Seca 100 Winner) - 1:43 Scale Model Car
The popularity of international sports car racing took hold in the United States in the 1970s, when GT competition stood firm in the face of various oil crises. Automakers such as BMW and Chevrolet fielded strong competitors in the decade's defining production-based sports car series, the IMSA GT Championship, but really, the 1970s belonged to Porsche. Harnessing the power of turbocharging technology, Porsche's 934 and 935 silhouette racers would dominate GT racing throughout the latter half of the decade. In 1977, the 934/5 evolution was the car to beat, as exemplified by the Interscope Racing 934/5, driven to victory in the Monterey Triple Crown hundred-mile race at Laguna Seca by Danny Ongais. As part of their ongoing line of significant Porsche racers, TSM has released a spectacular 1:43-scale resin replica of the Interscope 934/5, featuring accurate fender flares, race wheels, and the 934/5's defining rear wing. It also boasts a beautifully executed finish, with crisply rendered racing stripes and sponsor livery.
SPECIFICATIONS: 1:43 scale (approximately four inches in length). Resin body, no opening parts. Fixed-position steering. Comes with acrylic dust cover and display base.
PERFECT FOR: Porsche devotees. Fans of 1970s motorsport. Members of the air-cooled cult.