Model Factory Hiro announced a new multi-material kit. This time it’s the Ferrari 126C2 in 1/43th scale!
There will be four versions of the kit available:
K765 – Ver.A : 1982 Rd.2 Brazilian GP #27 Gilles Villeneuve
This version is based on the 1982 Brazilian GP specification, which without front wing and bigger front brake duct.
K766 – Ver.B : 1982 Rd.3 U.S. West GP #27 Gilles Villeneuve / #28 Didier Pironi
This version is based on the 1982 U.S. West GP specification, with two separated pieces rear wing.
K767 – Ver.C : 1982 Rd.4 San Marino GP #27 Gilles Villeneuve / #28 Didier Pironi
This version is based on the 1982 San Marino GP which performed 1-2 finish by both Ferrari drivers. The size front brake duct is reduced.
K768 – Ver.D : 1982 Rd.5 Belgian GP Qualify #27 Gilles Villeneuve
This version is based on 1982 Belgian GP qualifying race, which the last race of Villeneuve. With small front brake duct, different radiator shape, and with front wing installed.
This version will be equipped with 15-inch type front and rear wheels only.
- The first V6 Turbo engine (Tipo021) was being used in Ferrari F1 team in 1981, then the ground effect car 126C2 was debuted in 1982 with improved aerodynamic design.
- a full detailed, multi-material kit featuring white metal, etching, rubber tires and decals allowing for maximum representation of the original vehicle.
- body cowl can be removed, allowing full view of the detailed interior after completion.
For more information check out the MFH website