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TOYOTA Celica twin Cam turbo Olympus Rally 1986

The models portrayed are the three Toyota disputed the 1986 Olympus rally, and reached fourth place with Lars-Erik Tohrp, the fifth with Bjorn Waldegard and abandonment by Steve Millen accident. Offered in two ways, in a set with all three cars and the car individually Bjorn Waldegard. In both cases, there is provided a car's shirt reproduced, with each of the two options.

This model is a car of resin Maralic RTR brand, manufactured in Spain and with a circulation of one hundred units in twenty-five individual reference in version "set" and is part of the collection vehicles from group B brand.

The models are faithful reproductions of the three cars that competed in the rally said, and reflect every detail of exterior and interior, where you can see perfectly the pilots Length, dash, roll bars, etc.

The chassis is handmade, and like the model reproduces the rear traction.

Order this week and shipping from next week.



TOYOTA CELICA TURBO TWIN CAM (TA64) 1986 Olympus Rally
REF: C-1201

Unjustly forgotten, the Toyota Celica Twin Cam is part of the history of rallying in his time more golden. Without being a technologically cutting-edge car, learned to deal with all European cars based on strength and power.

The form shown is that dispute the Olympus Rally in 1986, piloted by Bjorn Waldegard, and finished fifth. It's a car made of resin, with a print run of 100 numbered units. The model also provides a shirt of that car.

Price: 155 €



"SET" TOYOTA CELICA TURBO TWIN CAM (TA64) 1986 Olympus Rally
REF: C-1202

September formed by the three cars that competed for the Olympus Rally in 1986, and were piloted by Bjorn Waldegard and Fred Gallagher, Lars-Erik Bo Tohrp and Thorszelius, and finally Steve Millen and Hans Thorszelius.

This set is limited to an edition of 25 numbered pieces. This reference also provides a shirt of that car.

Price: 420 €

More information: www.maralic.com











































 

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Nice, pricey, too wide?

I don't remember these being that wide back in the day but I might be thinking of the Nissan 240RS
 

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QUOTE (tifosi @ 19 Feb 2012, 16:31) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Nice, pricey, too wide?

I don't remember these being that wide back in the day but I might be thinking of the Nissan 240RS

Looks about spot on to me.

Both the Celica and the Nissan 240Rs were "roomy around the hips".

I wish I had the money! I love the TTE Celicas.
 

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QUOTE the Celica before this type was way smaller and more round

er NO, way later and Ahem Front wheel drive (spit)

QUOTE he 86 lost the cute ass of its predecessor
I would have to conceed the mini mustang Celica was Veeeeerrrryyy Prutty!
 

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First, I want to congratulate the maker of the car for his craft and taste.

Second, it is just too expensive for me (in the sense that one can buy many other great things for this money). Every time I bought a car this expensive I always ended up regretting it. They do not run in a way comparable to my other cars and I do not care about having a car to just look at it.

I do hope though that someone will do this car at least as a kit, because it is a must in any rally collection.
 

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Looks great, tremendous detail but for that money I'd want Slot.it or NSR running gear. It might eat into there margins slightly, but theyd sell an awful lot more!
Maybe its an Italy V Spain thing, if so there are MSC and Scaleauto bits they could use...
 
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