Wolf WR1 1977 "Grand Prix Collection", längd 199 mm, bredd 100 mm, plastbyggsats.
Founded by Canadian businessman Walter Wolf, Walter Wolf Racing's WR1 made its debut at the 1977 Argentina GP and sensationally won the race. It was a historic result as it was the first time ever for a new team to win their debut race with a new car. The WR1 was designed by Harvey Postlethwaite and featured a light and considerably compact design. With Jody Scheckter at the wheel, the WR1 also went on to win the Monaco and Canadian GPs. At the end of the season, Jody Scheckter finished 2nd in the driver standings while the team finished a respectable 4th in the constructor standings despite only fielding one car.
★This is a 1/20 scale plastic assembly kit model of the Wolf WR1. Length: 199mm, Width: 100mm. ★The sharp form of the car has been realistically reproduced. ★DFV engine, transmission, and suspension have been precisely replicated. ★Cockpit features details such as pedals and seat cushion. ★High quality Cartograf markings are included to depict the car's livery including gold stripes, Canadian national markings, and sponsor logos. ★Photo-etched parts and metal air funnel covers are included for greater realism. ★Cockpit cowling and induction box are removable even after assembly.