1:24 Lancia 037 Rally Ver.D 1984 WRC Rd.5 Tour De Corse
November 2019 Limited Re-Issue
About the Rally 037
The Rally 037 was Abarth’s (Fiat’s motorsport department) Group B entry for the World Rally Championship in the 1980s.
Debuting in 1982, the 037 reuses the monocoque from the Group 5 Machine Lancia Montecarlo, housed in a body design by Pininfarina and ran on a vertical 4-valve DOHC supercharger mid-ship engine. It rivaled the Audi Quattro which ran on 4WD and turbo engines, and managed to win multiple races in its second year of competition allowing Abrath to take the Manufacturer’s title for the year of 1983.
As the competition slowly changed to usage of 4WD and turbo machines, the Rally 037 was replaced by the S4, making the 037 the last MR machine to take a title in racing history.
- a full detailed, multi-material kit featuring white metal, resin, etching, metal turned parts, vacuum parts, rubber tires, silk screen decals allowing for maximum representation of the original vehicle.
- front cowl, rear cowl and bonnet designed as separate parts allowing them to be removable to show full view of the detailed interior after completion.
- tire pre-printed with maker logo
K507 – Ver.D :
1984 WRC Rd.5 Tour de Corse [Jolly Club Totip] #9 Biasion/Siviero
・Based on the Jolly Club Totip entry in 1984 Tour de Corse where Biasion was able to snatch 2nd place after the main works team snatched first through Alen. Includes decals that varies slightly from ver C., and based off the rear bumper-less EVO.2 version.