1:12 Eagle T1G 1967 Ver.B 1967 French/British/German/Italian GP Full detail Multi-Media Model Kit
1:12 Eagle T1G 1967 Ver.B 1967 Rd.5 French GP / Rd.6 British GP / Rd.7 German GP / Rd.9 Italian GP Full detail Multi-Media Model Kit
This version is based on the late type in the 1967 season which small parts is different.
The one of the most important pieces of the American Motorsport history, “All American” F1 winner EAGLE Gurney-Weslake, will be available in 1/12 scale FullDetail kit from MFH.
In the year of 1964, D. Gurney set up the team “All American Racers” (AAR) for the development of domestic racing. 2 years later, he formed the team “Anglo-Americal Racers” to join the F1 fight.
The team machine “EAGLE” was named after the symbol of the country. The Eagle Gurney-Weslake (T1G), installed with a 3000cc Weslake V12 engine, won her first race at Spa in the year of 1967. Gurney made the symbolic winning history to the F1 society that was overwhelmed by the European countries.
- This kit is a multi-material kit made of white metal, resin, lathe-cutting metals, photo etch parts, vacuum-shaping PVC, rubber tyres, silk-screen printed decals, and various cords.
- This kit is based on the EAGLE Gurney-Weslake with the chassis number “AAR-104″. This car was the only one that used Titanium-magnesium alloy to lighten the body.
- Funnel mesh is already completed pressing and plating. The rear part of the muffler is made of stainless pipe with the real texture experience.
- The D. Gurney figure (driving style) is included. Together with goggles, vacuum-shaping PVC, and decals.
- The rubber tyres are already printed with the maker logo.
The Eagle Mk1, commonly referred to as the Eagle T1G, was a Formula One racing car, designed by Len Terry for Dan Gurney's Anglo American Racers team. The Eagle, introduced for the start of the 1966 Formula One season, is widely regarded as being one of the most beautiful cars ever raced at the top levels of international motorsport. Initially appearing with a 2.7L Coventry Climax inline 4-cylinder engine, the car was designed around a 3.0L Gurney-Weslake V12 which was introduced after its first four races. In the hands of team boss Gurney, the Eagle-Weslake won the 1967 Belgian Grand Prix, making Dan Gurney only the second driver at the time, and one of only three to date, to win a Formula One Grand Prix in a car of their own construction. That win in Belgium still stands as the only F1 victory for a USA-built car.